Monthly Archives: February 2012

A shoot with a brief.

Mark called me up a couple of weeks ago and said something along the lines of, I want you on board for this black and white movie inspired shoot. Always up for something I haven’t tried before, I said yes … Continue reading

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Comfort Zones.

This wasn’t the most comfortable shoot ever. For starters it was cold. Very cold. Then there was the fact we were ‘urban exploring’, or trespassing, depending on your point of view. Nobody else was using the building and we were … Continue reading

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Timing.

Timing is everything when it comes to photographing stage juggling. Off the two different theories of how to get the perfect moment, I much prefer the clean ‘one shot’ sniper approach. That way I know what I’m getting. The, much-harder-to-do-well, … Continue reading

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Siskin. Up close and personal.

It’s not often you get to shoot wildbirds at such close quarters. At the centre for alternative technology the birds have become pretty tame and were happy coming to the feeders whilst I was close enough to get this shot. … Continue reading

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Fire!

It’s great! Looks fabulous when it’s chucked about. Trouble is it’s an absolute b*##@rd to photograph. Well, to do it well it is! This shot took ten consecutive days of practice to get all the elements together. I want to … Continue reading

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