Posts tagged portrait
Funfair Photoshoot with Hannah

The photoshoot was with Hannah, who've I've photographed before. She runs a blog called The Mermaid Life, and got in touch because a local weigh-and-pay vintage market wanted her to write about them, so she needed some photos.

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Why I Don’t Airbrush My Photographs

When I go home after a photoshoot or a wedding, I load up Photoshop and alter a few levels such as colour, exposure, blacks, noise levels, and contrast. That’s it. That’s as complicated as my photo editing process is. 

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Pink & Blue: Photoshoot with Hannah (The Mermaid Life Blog)

It's been a little while since I did any portrait or fashion photography, so a few weeks ago I browsed Instagram looking for local models, bloggers, and other people who might be interested in setting up a photoshoot. I stumbled upon Hannah, the owner of The Mermaid Life Blog, and instantly wanted to collaborate.

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Halloween Wedding Photoshoot

Happy Halloween everyone! For Halloween, I wanted to set up a wedding shoot. My first idea was a zombie bride, but I thought that concept would only be relevant for Halloween and I wouldn't be able to use the images for the rest of the year. So instead, I decided to go for a gothic wedding setup. 

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Jess & Steve's Wedding at Wood Farm Barn

On the 17th of September, I photographed Jess & Steve's beautiful barn wedding, which started at Southwold Pier and ended at Wood Farm Barn, Benacre, Suffolk. 

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How to... Organise a Photoshoot

I’ve been setting up photoshoots ever since I was 16 years old and studying photography at 6th form. With an entry-level DSLR in hand and a Model Mayhem account, I started contacting local models and meeting up with them (usually with a friend by my side) to take photographs.

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Norwich Stays

As you will know (unless you’ve been living under a rock), it was recently the EU Referendum in the UK. The majority of the UK voted to leave, which is something that I strongly oppose. I voted remain, and I’m proud to say that so did the majority of my city – Norwich is the one single “remain” city in amongst a sea of “leave” cities

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Harnaam & Nik

For issue 7 of Parallel, I shot with Harnaam Kaur and Nik Hampshire for an editorial entitled "Let's Skirt the Issue". Harnaam Kaur, if you haven't heard of her, is Britain's "Bearded Dame". She suffers from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, which has led to excess hair growth - and resulting in one hell of a beard.

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Parallel Photoshoot

When we decided on the theme for the next issue of Parallel, I instantly had an image in my head of what I wanted the cover to look like. Throughout university, I loved playing with colour in the studio, and making really bright portraits.

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Norwich Fashion Jam

On Monday, I headed to Norwich Fashion Jam to take some photographs. After a 24-hour challenge in which the participants were given access to clothing and scraps donated by Age UK and had to create new garments out of them, the event culminated in a show at Norwich Castle Museum amidst the exhibitions and stuffed animals.

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