A pre-wedding shoot is a photo session that takes place before your wedding day. Either as a means of introduction after booking, or a few… Read More »A Pre-Wedding Shoot – 5 Reasons Why You Should Book Yours
Lighting Can Make or Break a Portrait This might look like a relatively straightforward shot, but it is trickier than most people think to… Read More »Portrait -How I got the Shot – Analogue Studio Photography – Mell
Commercial Photographer Chichester – Project Case Study – Dance! Being a commercial photographer in a small town like Chichester means that I often get asked… Read More »Commercial Photography Project – Dance!
Wedding photographers spend a lot of time shooting in low light. Auto ISO is a godsend in tricky conditions Why is Auto ISO Useful?… Read More »Wedding Photography Tips – How to use Auto ISO for great lowlight images.
Group photos can be fun and run smoothly as long as you plan properly beforehand. Here are 10 tips for great group photos. Ideally, all… Read More »10 Tips to help your Wedding Group Photos Run Smoothly
I bought my Minolta Autocord on something of a whim. I had been searching for a ‘walkaround’ film camera for a while. Compact cameras were… Read More »Film Camera Review – Minolta Autocord TLR
Commercial photography on location has become an increasingly large part of my professional life over the last couple of years. It is something I really… Read More »Commercial Photography on Location for Trinity Insurance
Zooms versus Primes is one of those topics that seems to really divide photographers. Some people swear by prime lenses and would never use anything… Read More »Zooms vs. Primes for Wedding Photography
I have been shooting large format portraits in my personal work for the last five years. This is partly for aesthetic reasons, and partly… Read More »Shooting Large Format Portraits On Location – A Hands-On Guide.
The Canon 135mm F2L is one of the older lenses in Canon’s line up, but is still an excellent performer. I had come to that… Read More »Canon 135mm F2L Lens Review – A Wedding Photography Favourite.
It probably comes as no surprise that with many of the couples I work with, at least one of them will be nervous about having… Read More »I need a wedding photographer – but I don’t like having my picture taken!
I love shooting portraits on sheet film. They have a lovely smooth tonality and uncanny depth to them. A classic style that makes anyone look… Read More »Beginners Guide for Shooting Portraits on 4×5 Film.
Upwaltham Barns is a great setting for a summer wedding. Katie and Greg’s wedding was one of my favourites of the summer, at one of… Read More »Upwaltham Barns Wedding Photographer – Katie and Greg
Minta and Will’s New Forest Wedding – a day to cherish. The New Forest is a beautiful location for a wedding. Will and Minta were… Read More »New Forest Wedding Photographer – Minta and Will
The Olympus XA is compact rangefinder camera with a built-in 35mm f2.8 lens. It is probably the smallest rangefinder camera ever made and a masterpiece… Read More »Olympus XA – Stealthiest Ever Film Camera?
Portrait photography is probably the most practised photographic discipline. One of the most common portrait photograhy tips given to beginners in portrait photography is to… Read More »Portrait Photography Tips – Stop down for the close up!