Young girl handstand in old brick archway

Tienna (Part II – Gymnastic Lifestyle Portraiture)

Our location was Wilder’s Folly, which I’ve already talked about in the first part of this post and doing some Lifestyle Portraiture with Tienna. However, the main reason for working with Tienna was that she was a gymnast and prepared to do some gymnastic lifestyle portraiture. This was going to be cool… I didn’t realise…

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Weekend Warrior (NOT!)

Weekend Warriors’ are something of an ongoing contentious debate among the professional and semi-professional photographers that has been raging on for more than a few years. For example “The Undercutters” by Mick Cookson or Dan Casson’s Investment (Pricing) page. However, there is no apparent definitive accepted definition (but I am happy to be corrected). Sometimes…

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Gymnastics – the return (again)

I love photographing gymnastics, as with dance, there is an artistic element in the gymnasts’ dynamic movements that creates great natural posing, combining the curves and straight lines. It also helps if the subjects are excited about doing the shoot which this group certainly were. You get a completely better set of images. Organising the…

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Hastings wedding

I love weddings and always find that every wedding no matter how large or small is special. Jo and David’s wedding at St-Leonards-on-Sea near Hastings, Sussex, held at the beautiful church of St Matthews was no exception. Tying the knot watched by a close group of friends and family, then a wedding reception in the…

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Material in Logan tartan with sporren on top

About me…

Just been reviewing my Facebook profile and spotted a ’25 things’ post that was doing the rounds a few years ago and realising how much my response to that has changed since I did it early in 2009 (judging by what I wrote). Funny how Facebook has become a sort of archive. The idea was…

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