I have always loved the pin-up style vintage shots of beautiful curvy women, and finally I’ve had the opportunity to shoot one myself! As much as I enjoy the various artistic ways people edit these types of images and the props or retro locations they use, I wanted to do a shoot that instead focuses … Continue reading Contemporary Vintage Boudoir (Wait, What?)
… and it’s the truth. Hi, my name is Anete. I’m a photographer and I can’t keep it straight…in my camera. Are you one of us, who see the world in every single angle except straight? Does your addiction to moving your camera all around affect you and your closest ones? I’ve had complaints from … Continue reading I Just Can’t Keep It Straight…
One of my recent editorial editions, whose images just got published in Lincolnshire Pride, just in time for all the Christmas shoppers looking for something extraordinary and bespoke! Lincolnshire has plenty of local talents to offer, and Amy Victoria Telford, a young female entrepreneur leading a bespoke hand made jewellery business, is definitely one of them. … Continue reading Editorial Edition: Amy From Worm Child Jewellery
I have recently noticed a trend in my own photography. Whether I want it or not, I seem to be throwing myself at the deep end, in the very unknown, agreeing and seeking out things to cover or create that I never thought I would or I never thought I could manage to. I do … Continue reading Throwing Ourselves In The Unknown: Photography Edition
Having a quick flick through The Times whilst enjoying a cup of coffee in the local coffee shop, I could not help but notice an article about school photographers airbrushing images of children! It read, “Photography firms, including Cardwell & Simons which works with more than 700 British schools, use tools such as Photoshop to … Continue reading Airbrushing Children Photography?
In the age of technology, I am all for combining the natural features and aspects of humankind with technology to bring out the natural beauty with tools that allow me to do so. Yes, we see all sorts of visual enhancements of people through our everyday media – TV, magazines, Internet, however, I refuse to … Continue reading Natural Portraiture
I want to break the misconception that children photography has to be shot in a studio! Taking kids to where they enjoy themselves most will show in the images instead of asking them to pose whilst you seat them on a chair in front of a large (and intimidating) light set up. Let kids be kids, … Continue reading Contemporary children photography