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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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Oddities

I grew up reading myths and legends. Arthurian tales were a big favorite, I think the flawed nature of mankind overcoming the best efforts of might and magic and leading Arthur to an ignominous death says it all. Perhaps a … Continue reading

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Mr. Frosty II, Jack Lite.

I guess this is appropriate, as I sit here wearing a hat and scarf, gently shivering in the arctic microcosm that is my workspace! The shock of snow in England is just about wearing off… Rob Firey of Light Fantastic … Continue reading

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When a bigger studio is needed…

The portable gear I use can set up in all sorts of places. Like the Albany Centre circus training space in Bristol featured here. The background here is about 12′ high. It’s great to have so much space and height … Continue reading

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This is why I like working with aerialists.

The opportunities for photos like this don’t come along every day. Firstly, massive kudos goes to Nicky for being so easy to work with and bringing all her training into play. There’s so much going on in the technical construction … Continue reading

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