One thing I love about the YouTube era is getting the kinds of insights into how various photographers work, whether they be amatuers, jobbing pros or the world famous.
Archives for January 2010
One concept I’ve worked with over the past couple of years in is the ‘multi-client portrait shoot’. It’s a good way to see a lot of clients on one day for family portrait photography. It’s modelled in part of the good old retro ‘tupperware party’ concept – go to a space that may be a […]
Thanks largely to the huge interest in off-camera flash with small hotshoe flashguns, driven by the online enthusiasm for photographers like Joe McNally and David Hobby, a plethora of new light shaping tools is available, borrowed from the world of studio flash. Hotshoe flash-specific softboxes and beauty dishes are becoming popular. But what if you […]
It’s strange – the finest electronic engineers Japan has to offer create evermore brilliant hitech wondercameras that would utterly blow the mind of a photographer 50 years ago and we’re still not happy. New features are hyped to heavily that we expect that spending an awful lot of dosh on the greatest camera gear will, […]
I am currently taking wedding photography bookings for dates throughout 2010. If you’d like to know more about what packages are on offer or would like to discuss your needs, please get in touch via this link. Alternatively, for more information, see my wedding photography page here. DWDY99SY9UHH
The high-street portrait studio, whether the independent or one of the new breed of franchise chains has certainly raised the profile of professional social photography in the United Kingdom over the last decade. The styles on offer have evolved to be closer in feel to editorial and fashion images consumers see in the media every […]