July 2, 2012 § Leave a comment
For me, photography has always been about story telling – not necessarily obvious – but story telling none the less.
For some time I had wanted to create a short series of work that included a business man, and I wanted it to push the connotations of sanity, happiness and depression.
My intention for the work was, at first glimpse to look like an end, but the story is very much one of a beginning. The images depict a business man finally free from office constraints – he is happy, stress free and fulfilled – it is a story of a new beginning. The beginning of a free individual.
You can view the whole series by clicking here
June 28, 2012 § Leave a comment
You’ll see a couple of posts down (testing the K20D) that I took a few photos of my wife wearing some glasses. Last week I got asked by a local opticians if he could use the image – so I decided to shoot a few more shots whilst the sunshine was on our side.
I gave the final images a “Summer Haze” glow in Adobe Lightroom.
April 18, 2012 § 2 Comments
Sorry about the lack of posts recently – I had a new computer arrive and as always it’s taken an age to get everything sorted…
The shot above is from a shoot last week for ‘Julia Smith Jewellery’ the model is Laura Ding. I got loads of shots from the shoot with some really cool fine art concept pieces which I’ll edit and upload very soon…
Lots of shoots coming up and I promise I’ll try and blog on here a little more often.
Thanks very much reading. x
March 16, 2012 § Leave a comment
The sunset looked beautiful outside my house the other evening – so I grabbed my camera and tripod and took the photographs above – I also took a load more but haven’t really got round to editing them just yet… Busy, busy!
October 12, 2011 § 2 Comments
Over the last few days I’ve been experimenting with HDR photography – I really like some of the effects which you can achieve.
For this HDR photograph I took 6 different exposures; 1/20, 1/40, 1/60, 1/10, 1/6 – the aperture was f16 and the iso was 200.
The above image is the shot taken at 1/60th – the image below is the final HDR photograph.
For those interested I found a great HDR tutorial courtesy of PhotoTuts here.