I recently realised that almost all of my photography was centred around photographing women. The only time outside of event photography that I photographed men was when they were stood next to a woman.
We had the pleasure of photographing Sophie last year and we were invited back in at the beginning of April to this time make some pretty pictures with her bigger brother Tom.
Photographing a bunch of almost teen girls can be a little like herding cats but it is also very rewarding. As long as you take your time, give them a little guidance and make it fun the photographs can be fantastic and make some really stunning portraits.
This year saw the 100th birthday of the Curzon cinema in Clevedon, North Somerset.
‘Clip up for Conor’ is a charity was set up to Raise awareness for the clipping up of helmets & saving lives.
I promised a follow up after the rehearsal.
The main dance show was last Saturday and it was fantastic, some how they topped last years and put on a stunning performance.
All the dance groups performed flawlessly and there were even 3 solo acts that nearly brought the house down with the cheers.
Last year I went along to photograph and video the Simply Street dance show, the show was a huge success and raised lots of money for it chosen charity ‘the make a wish foundation’.
My beautiful daughter has always been my willing model so when she came to me and asked for a photoshoot and to be featured on my blog and web site I could not and would not refuse her.
Trash the dress.
Earlier in the year, I was chatting with an ex-bride. She told me she would be interested in a ‘trash the dress’ session. About a week before I had been looking at Lyndsay Adler’s blog and a piece she had done with a bride at paintball range. So I instantly the idea for the shoot was there (thank you Lindsay x).