Came across this on Smashing Magazine.com Great selection of inspiring press and art photography! I find F-Stop magazine and Burn Magazine of great interest.
Image below of one the huge coal burning furnaces at the Museum was lit using x3 Nikon SB800’s. 2 were placed close to the right and left of the furnace, behind walls. Angled up and zoomed slightly for a narrow throw of light. The 3rd light was placed out of frame through a doorway camera … Read More
New images for the Cambridge Museum of Technology. No specific brief for these images. The room used at the museum was full of old radios and television sets, unfortunately none were working. The children had fun though despite the lack of interaction in the exhibits. I asked them to pose and they really got on with … Read More
Every year Cambridge District Council’s Sport Development in conjunction with Living Sport host a sports day for children with disability. I volunteered to take photographs of the event. It was great fun!!! As a photographer based in Cambridge I hope to have more opportunities like this! South Cambridgeshire District Council Sport Development
Cambridgeshire Search and Rescue service training day – All images where taken for the CAMSAR website and other publicity to illustrate the service in action and their methods of search and rescue . It was a very wet start to the day with continual rain. As I would be working outdoors for the entire shoot I … Read More
Photography for the first Dunmow Triathlon went well over the weekend. A gallery of images will be posted here as soon as possible. If you would like more information please email with your request. Dunmow Triathlon Club
2 month Cambridge Mencap photography commission close to completion. Results and insights posted here soon. Currently completing final images for the new Cambridge Mencap marketing campaign with new leaflets and website.
Lots of portraits taken over two days for the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospital’s new nursing recruitment brochure. Great job, loads of fun meeting some very nice people. The brief was quite open with guidance to take approachable, happy portraits with neutral backgrounds. I chose to shoot with available light where possible and fill shadows … Read More
I have posted the examples below and in part 2 to give an idea of how a very simple and relaxed corporate portrait can be taken on location with minimum fuss but with lots of variety. Both examples use the exact same location and a lighting se tup which did not need to be moved. … Read More