Category Archives: portrait

To Photoshop or Not?

When I am taking family portraits or corporate headshots, I am often asked “Can you Photoshop me?” or “Make me look a bit younger”.  The answer is that yes, of course I can – photoshop is a key part to being a professional photographer these days.  What is more important is to understand how and […]

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A Day in the Life of a Photographer

When I tell people I am a photographer, I generally get quite a positive reaction – it certainly beats telling them I am an Accountant (which I used to be!).  Then almost immediately I get asked “So, do you shoot weddings?”  Which I don’t, or at least, don’t do regularly.   There are many misconceptions […]

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Bucks Open Studios

Last summer I participated in Bucks Open Studios with a number of fellow artists. Bucks Open Studios happens across the county over two weeks in June, when over 200 local artists (from photographers to sculptors to jewellery makers to artists) open their studios to the public to showcase their work.  It is a fantastic opportunity to […]

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Location portrait sessions

Wonderful weather in the summer meant lots of opportunity to get out of the studio and enjoy the outdoors.  With autumn now upon us there are still some lovely mild days and the autumn colours will be looking fabulous for location shoots.  Some families prefer to have an outdoors family portrait session rather than the […]

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Spring photos

A little taste of what felt like summer over the weekend was fantastic, and all around we are beginning to see colourful signs of the arrival of spring.  Now is a great time to think about booking in for an outdoors photo session, where the natural world becomes your backdrop, rather than the confines of […]

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