I am a classical flautist. I am a classical flautist who has not been working as hard as she should be for the past two years. What does that have to do with photography? Well, up until now, not much. It was my mentor for flute who has suggested this new project - A selection of flute repertoire with a visual multimedia aspect. Apparently, this is all the rage in the classical world at the moment, this would DEFINITELY be breaking new ground within her studio and I personally have never embarked on something so.... modern! (Okay, maybe not so modern to most of the world, but from someone who has grown up in the archaic world of classical flute and classical ballet, it's practically space-aged!!). In my initial thoughts on this, I am considering landscape type shots, in a varying tonal ranges, grouping similar tonal ranges together and using those photos to compliment the music, cycling through shots, I guess, although I am open to other suggestions - I am very new to this world and have to admit that I haven't seen much of this.
So if you can offer any suggestions, people's work to check out for inspiration and understanding, ideas, thoughts, anything - Please let me know!!