It’s been quite a while since I last updated – purely because I’ve been keeping so busy, but I thought it was time for a new blog post off the back of a recent group shoot I attended / helped with. Instead of doing my usual review of the day I thought I’d change it up a bit, and write a little article. This one’s called “Why group photo shoots are excellent”. Read on!Read More»
Yesterday I went back into the studio for the first time in what seemed like ages to take part in a model shoot at Hallam Mill in Stockport. What’s great about Hallam Mill is that it’s fantastic for natural light – and I just love working with natural light! Read on for a quick review and photos from the day!Read More»
It had been a while since I’d been in the studio, and as I’m doing a photo a day project this year I needed no real excuse to head over to Tamworth to see Geoff and the guys at Ariane Studio and take part in one of the fortnightly model group portrait photography shoots. Read on for more images – warning, NSFW content.Read More»
On Saturday I took part in a group model shoot at Ariane Studio in Tamworth that I had arranged for me and a group of photographers from a forum I participate in.
The object of the day was to give lighting tuition to the guys who had not been in a studio before, and to give all of us the chance to photograph a model in the studio.
(More after the break – including images which are not safe for workplace viewing)Read More»
At the weekend I had arranged a model day for myself and a few friends from a photography thread I run. Whilst we were waiting for the model to arrive, we ventured into the industrial estate where the studio was, and I decided to try out my new 100mm L macro lens. The results were a little impressive!Read More»
I was recently asked by one of my previous brides to do a portrait shoot as a christening present for one of her bridesmaids (must have been a happy customer!). Despite being told to pack light, I decided to be prepared, and took a small amount of lighting equipment ‘just in case’ – which came in handy when we spotted this delightful little wood pile!Read More»