Category Archives: Kent

Thinking on your feet (as they’re sinking) whilst keeping your head for commercial editorial photography I was asked by Ware Anthony Rust to shoot some commercial editorial photography on a farm between Canterbury and Herne Bay in Kent. We’ve had a lot of rain recently. You might have noticed. The ground conditions looks like one…

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Commercial theatre photography can include production stills for drama in theatre film and television. Rehearsals can be great fun and are a documentary form of commercial photography. In case you were wondering how a show comes together…here are some pre-show rehearsal pictures from a production in Kent at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury . The…

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Production stills for theatres can be great fun Shows can change a lot during rehearsals and run throughs with various re-writes and scene changes – so you have to be light on your feet to make sure you don’t miss a key shot from the best angle for getting the production still. Written and produced…

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Location photography lighting formed a key part of some commercial photography For Gill Linley’s couture collection recently we were shooting some of her work at St Augustine’s (a wedding venue in Kent). The backdrop was a mixture of low light interiors or mixed ambient light and the examples in the gallery in the post show…

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Canterbury festival highlights Spiegeltents, monkeys and the burlesque – let me explain in case this sounds like a gap year diary confessional. The spiegeltent was at the Canterbury Festival this year and was the perfect setting and atmosphere for Nina Conti’s comedienne and ventriloquist’s act (including a monkey) and the wonderful Lili La Scala (cabaret…

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