New Look Archive Website

July 23, 2013News, Surrey

The platform I use to supply and archive images online has been redesigned by photoshelter. The interface is more streamlined, updated to be responsive to screen size and provides better tools for social media sharing. To complement my expanding online archive of stock images I intend to begin uploading more images taken locally within Surrey … Read More

New Website Launch

March 4, 2013Digital Media, News

I am very pleased and excited to announce the launch of my new commercial photography  website. Designed to attract the interest of  creatives and in house marketing professionals by providing a streamlined single page of information with immediate and functional portfolio browsing. The result is a minimalist gallery presentation which resizes and responds to different … Read More

Personal Avatar Size Reference Guide

October 12, 2010Advice and Tips, Digital Media

A useful guide to social media avatar sizes. Facebook: Lets you display up to a rectangular image 180 pixels wide x 540 pixels tall while showing avatars of 50×50 pixels elsewhere. LinkedIn: Sidebar images measure 40 × 40 pixels and profile page images can be 80×80 pixels. Twitter: Profile pages display images at 73 × … Read More

Online Client Gallery

August 4, 2010Commercial Photography, News, Technical

It is now possible for clients to view images after a photo shoot online without downloading any files. Full resolution files can be selected and shared with the lightbox facility. In addition to commercial commissioned work, the online gallery serves as an archive for stock images available for purchase under licence. As well as the … Read More

Avatar Social Media Photography

January 5, 2010Portrait

Currently planning and designing new social media photography service. The growth in social media website’s and services has meant that many people are using image avatars as a way to stand out from the crowd. While the principles of taking the portrait are the same the attention is shifted to making the image have more … Read More