I’m pretty sure this was the last time I shot at this particular studio. Not because of Scarlett, she’s bloody amazing. It was a combination of how far I had to travel and the owner being a bit of a git. Don’t underestimate how important it is to get on with the people who run…
This is from a shoot where I had booked the studio and the model for the day. I wanted to play around with the lights, trying different things and just try and find what worked for me and what didn’t. There’s lots of variety from this shoot but this is one of my favourites particularly…
This was one of the few times, pre-pandemic, that I shot outside of a studio. I need a slightly different mindset when working with natural light as depending on the weather the light changes from shot to shot, meaning I have to keep a closer eye on my settings.
This week we bounce to May 2018 and a trio of pool shoots with three beautiful ladies.
We go back to May 2016 as the rummage through the archives continues.
As I’m still unable to shoot at the moment I’ve decided to take a look back at a few past shoots beginning with my first ever studio shoot at Wolfe Cottage.
Keelie Von Kaos is one of those people who is absolutely mad. In the most delightful way, because it means she is so much fun to shoot with. Whilst I’ve only had the pleasure to shoot with Keelie a few of times, each time has been thoroughly enjoyable.