Catch up with case studies from all my photo shoots from weddings to commercial, events to portrait sessions with photography tips on what and what not to do and how you can get the best out of your photographer.
1. DECIDE ON YOUR STYLE
2. HIRE A PROFESSIONAL WITH WEDDING EXPERIENCE
3. LOOK AT HOW THEY CAPTURE DETAILS & MOMENTS
4. VIEW FULL WEDDINGS
5. LIGHTING SITUATION FOR YOUR WEDDING
One of my larger corporate clients in central London were in need of a selection of images of their employees in an office environment, to use on their new corporate website for the People’s page.
This week I had the pleasure of photographing a beautiful clock designed by TMB Art Metal, which was made from the piston and rod of the 1952 British Racing Motors V16 formula one engine.
This month I will again be the expert judge for Photocrowd and their Bake Food Competition. The competition is open from from 16th Feb to 23rd March.
As the expert judge, my winner and the crowd's favourite win premium L.Type prints worth over £30. So if you have any baked food images which you are proud of, then why not enter them and see how they do?
Here are the highlights of a wedding I shot in West London in 2017, where the clients wanted a full days coverage in 5 different locations around Hammersmith and Shepherd's Bush.
Also contains my tips for clients on how to pick the perfect wedding photographer.