Under the “Guylty Images” tab you can find all my photos that I have taken at various events. They are sorted into individual slideshows for each event under a separate heading. Additional notes under each heading.
All images here were taken by me. You are welcome to download them and use them for your own, non-commercial purposes. Please credit if you do so. If you have any questions regarding use or the photography itself, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Premiere of “Urban and the Shed Crew”, November 7th and 8th, 2015, Chapel FM and Hyde Park Picturehouse, Leeds
The double premiere in Leeds has been the best one yet in terms of the photographic loot. Mr A attended both events and graciously and patiently signed autographs and posed for selfies. At the events themselves he also spoke introductory words and took part in a Q&A. The best photos were taken outside where lighting conditions – for once – really lent themselves to photography. The photos from inside the venue are small and grainy due to shooting with incident light. I am including them, as ever, in order to complete the picture.
World Premiere of “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies”, December 1st, 2014, Leicester Square, London.
The edited full Armitage booty of the London green carpet. Again in fuzzy, out of focus goodness. This time the subject’s fault – he was too far away and did not deign to grace our fan cul-de-sac with his presence :-(. The images were shot with a 300mm zoom, hence the OOA my appear closer than he ever got *ggg*. Armitage was in my field of vision for about one minute.
There is a more detailed account in my post “The Hobbit BOTFA Premiere – Part 2 Hat-trick” . The whole event has been described in a series of posts: Part 1 – the general event, Part 3 – Benedict Cumberbatch,
European Premiere of “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug”, December 9th, 2013, Sony Center.
The unedited, full A___ booty of the Berlin red carpet. In all its fuzzy, out of focus goodness. I apologize for the lack of quality. Not the subject’s fault. I was slightly distracted…
Images are in chronological order and chronicle the exact seven minutes and ten seconds (!) it took RA to pass through my line of vision (from 18:31:16 until 18:38:26 – yeehah for EXIF data). You will get an idea of the buzz and excitement on the fan-side of the red carpet, but also of the hard work and patience on the other side, and the good grace with which all the demands for photos and autographs were met. The images prove that Mr A is indeed loved by the camera – no derps whatsoever!
For more detailed accounts of the experience you can read my initial report “Live-*ooof*ing for the Fandom” on me+richard and my timeline of the whole event “A Day in the Life of a Fangirl” on this blog.
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