Category Archives: portrait

I think there’s something fascinating and compelling about catwalk photography, particularly the homegrown confines of London Fashion Week 2014, the hub of which is the beautiful and refined setting of Somerset House on The Strand. It was great to see so many familiar faces from the occasions when I’ve shot here over the years – […]

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Just beneath this post I talked about an inspirational morning I spent with Chris Harper FBIPP in the beautiful surroundings of  The Bell inn at Ticehurst on the East Sussex/Kent border. Most professional photographers live in a bubble and we should never underestimate the value of getting out and joining our peers whenever the opportunity […]

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One of the things I’ve realised over the years is this: no matter how much we achieve as photographers, there will always be that feeling that we’re scratching the surface of our craft. This can be an intra or extra-genre phenomenon – for example a portrait photographer may want to expand their offerings into the […]

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The Societies Convention is widely considered to be one of the most notable dates in the photographic calendar. It’s held in central London every January. This really is a momentous week, packed full of seminars, location shoots, masterclasses, superclasses and of course the tradeshow where we can all keep abreast of the latest products offered by […]

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Why I Use Micro Four Thirds Cameras Just a few posts below this I talked in some detail about the reasons why more professional photographers are turning towards mirrorless camera systems, and specifically why I use micro four thirds cameras. It is true to say that the gap between today’s high-end mirrorless offerings and a […]

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