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Editorial photography in Kent This location commercial shoot was for Aldi (UK) for a halloween campaign and took place in a pumpkin field in the middle of Kent. Let nobody tell you that commercial photography is without moments of glamour. The brief from the agency was for a sunrise with clear skies and light kissing…

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My personal view on boudoir is that in there’s a fine line which when crossed suddenly pushes boudoir into glamour photography. There is a classic form of photographing the body that is called commonly called art nude. Then there is lingerie as it would be shot for magazines, editorial and advertising. Whilst boudoir conjures up…

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One thing that regularly comes up in the training courses and 1-2-1 sessions I run is what is the point of aperture? Other than composition and lighting, it’s our main creative control. Why? Because it acts as a means of isolating objects from a background (or making them all sharp and not isolated). Let’s just…

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Close your eyes. It’s June. There should be warm rays of sunshine massage your back and the sweet smell of the orchard fruit from the Garden of England teases your nostrils. Open your eyes, put on your fleece and unpack the some portable lighting to fake it!  

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What do you do when you’re faced with a really dark space to shoot in? One of the problems with cranking up the ISO of your camera is that you lose contrast and the sense of depth that directional and controlled lighting can bring to an image. You don’t always have to use multiple flashes…

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