July 24, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Carrying on from my last blog post about how I believe CPD is very important and that you don't stand still, but striving forward improving and learning. Well as part of that process, I continually enter some of my images into the national competitions with the Guild of Photographer and the Society of Wedding and portrait photographers (two differe...
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July 16, 2017  •  1 Comment
Thought I would share this picture from my recent CPD continual professional development training session with Damian McGillicuddy. It was a great fun shoot being able to style and creatively light this subject taken from the super hero rocket man film. We had a great model to work with also, the fantastic Lillyvonpink. A five light studio set up u...
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Fun With Coloured Gels

May 18, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Yesterday saw another great training and Mentoring session with Damian McGillicuddy at his Widnes photography Studio. Our model the gorgeous Rhiannon Mawbey was a star as always. The session was all about playing around with coloured Gels, filling in shadows with colour and washing colour away. Yet again I learnt to push my limits and experiment w...
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Fellowship In Portrait Photography

January 28, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I have just been given a new mug as a present with sheet music printed on the sides and written between the music are the words "for he's a jolly good fellow and so say all of us" ….and now I really am going to have believe it…. as I am indeed a "Fellow!" I have a great pleasure and a huge amount of pride in being able to say I have successfully q...
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The week ahead ?

January 08, 2017  •  2 Comments
The week Ahead This is a huge week for me both personally and professionally, as my work will be formally assessed in my attempt to qualify for a fellowship with the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers (SWPP). If I’m successful, it puts me amongst some of the best photographers around. Following success in a previous assessment, I qua...
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