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Fujifilm GFX 50s, Why?

I’ve contemplated medium format for a good few years now. I disliked it in my film days, because it was just far too cumbersome. I possibly didn’t persevere for long enough, but should you really have to adapt yourself to become accustomed to a tool of the trade? I much prefer when a tool can adapt to my particular style of shooting, and meet my

Fujifilm GFX 50s, Why?2020-10-19T17:22:10+01:00

Portrait of a Violinist

This was a rather nice shoot, and a bit of a reunion. Hannah is a violinist and tutor, and needed some imagery for her website which promotes her sessional work. I say a reunion, because I had photographed Hannah and her boyfriend a good few years ago, when they were members of Montego Bay.

Portrait of a Violinist2020-10-19T17:22:12+01:00

Creating A Simple Portrait

The technique demonstrated is “short lighting”, where an accent light is used on the far side of the subject’s face, which then has a slimming effect to their features. This wasn’t a portrait session, but a quick demonstration example, shot during a mentoring session.

Creating A Simple Portrait2020-10-19T17:22:38+01:00

Sports Portraits

  Meet Joe Harrison. A gentleman who has just celebrated his 100th 100 break in snooker. I was asked by a local working men’s club to create the image, which would be framed and hung on the club wall.

Sports Portraits2020-10-19T17:23:01+01:00
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