It’s always nice to get repeat work, even if it’s my girlfriend wanting some new photos for her book blog (TurningPages90), however the great thing with shoots like that is I get to try out different things both during the shoot and in post processing, and (even though I say it myself) I get to see how much my photography has improved. Continue reading
This weekend brought a request to do a quick portrait shoot for a couple to celebrate their 40th Wedding Anniversary, so set-up my studio in Hitchin and set about pulling together a few shots. Continue reading
July continues to be a busy month, and the next shoot on the list was a follow-up to the Wrestling shoot I did in April, however this time rather than shooting the wrestling bouts as I’d done for Ultimate British Wrestling before I was asked to do a formal portrait shoot to promote UBW and the wrestlers’ individual careers.
One of the first things a search engine is likely to return when you “Google” someone is going to be a profile shot from FaceBook, Twitter or Linked-in. Therefore the first impression many people will get of you is that one image. That funny photo of yourself enjoying a few beers may well be a great picture, but does it convey the right image? With the increasing use of social media and the internet as a way to communicate, the importance of a good profile shot is not to be underestimated.
I’m always looking to expand my repertoire and experience so when presented with opportunity to develop my portrait skills for a toddler I jumped at the opportunity. Continue reading
One of the things that marks the start of Christmas for me is my regular trip to help out with the Hitchin Christian Centre’s Nativity celebration. This year the theme of the services is “The Big Celebration”, and as in previous years I was asked to run a fun photo shoot for the congregation to remember the day.
I recently learnt that a friend of mine has a rather interesting pet, an Ambilobe Panther chameleon. So at the end of October 2013 I went to Aylesbury to do a photo-shoot for Kevin the Chameleon. Continue reading
This was a fun shoot to get a portrait of 3 siblings as a birthday present for Mum, and was probably the fastest portrait shoot I’ve ever done!
Out of the blue I received a call from Flair 4 Design (a local web design company) asking if I’d be able to help out with a commercial shoot, so always being up for a challenge I jumped at the opportunity.