Monthly Archives: April 2015

A day with Trevor, Juliana and Mary

Recently, I’ve had a number of requests for portrait shoots. Today was a shoot with Trevor, Juliana and Mary. It was a spectacularly sunny, clear blue skies, perfect sun-stars but quite high wind and tricky lighting due to the sun. We hoped to shoot against some seasonal flowers, but bluebells haven’t flowered yet and all […]

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A photo shoot for Aline

It was Aline’s 30th birthday and a good friend of her’s bought a photoshoot as he present. ¬†We started at home and then moved to a favorite garden I know locally which is great for portraits. The weather was kind, but the wind was tricky. So we concluded the last shots in my studio using […]

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A morning in Oxford

It’s great to get the opportunity to travel to Oxford and photograph some of the architecture which is available there. The Radcliffe Camera and bridge of Sighs are great subjects, but shooting early is essential to miss the crowds.

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An afternoon in south Wiltshire

I had an afternoon with some photographer friends who wanted to spend a day shooting some landscapes. It was a tutorial day for me, helping them hone and develop their landscape photographic skills. Three essential items are required on a January day like this…warm clothing, wellies and a stable tripod. We had a lot of […]

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