Here’s a little retouching project i had on recently. This was for a single cover for singer BRKE (pronounced Brooke). The original image is below (i’ve pixelated it, to retain her modesty), but you get the idea, its a simple white background shot of her wearing a green jacket. The
I just wanted to share a little anecdote which was so super bizarre that i couldn’t help but share. My team and I have just returned from a 4 day shoot with for fashion retailers Christmas campaign. I will update this post once the images are released. We travelled round
I have been feeling a bit restless recently from having a lot of still life shoots on. I LOVE shooting still life… there is something so wonderfully serene about just pootling along in a room on my own, arranging beautiful products in natural light or the studio, or executing complicated
Why should you stay scared? No, I don’t mean scared like the bubbling undercurrent of impending doom brought on by every single action taken by the current sitting president of the United States. Nor do i mean the utter terror i feel encountering any kind of spider , except this
Big brands are, quite rightly, protective of their image and what you produce on a shoot it representative of them and their vision, ethos and identity. It is so ultimately important that, as a photographer, what you produce is in line with this whilst also maintaining your own identity and
The Natural Light Versus Studio Light debate is always a fiery one. Some photographers are firmly in their indoor camp surrounded by their studio flash, a fort of softboxes with a diffuser brolly roof. Whilst others wander freely in nature, warmed by the sun and weighed by only their camera.
I have been a photographer for over ten years now but i’ve only jut taken the first steps into producing and selling stock images. I have spent my professional life doing Fashion, Commercial, Product photography in return for payment, but i have spent my personal life photographing landscapes, animals (mainly