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    The Basics of party photography

    I had such a great weekend after being asked to step in as photographer for a friend of a friend, who had been let down by a professional on the eve…

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    Mother’s Day and the gift of Photography

    Women seem to be the keepers and creators of family memories. It’s (almost always) Mum who makes the scrap books, organizes the family portrait, takes the photographs at birthday parties, family…

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    Early Signs of Spring

     With the first official day of spring quickly approaching on 20th march, I was eager to find a day this week, between the forecasts of heavy rain, to venture out and…

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    Nostalgia and the Rebirth of Film

    There is something unmatched about film photography. The physical nature of the process, from purchasing the camera, loading your film and deciding so carefully what you will devote those limited exposures…

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    The importance of photojournalism

    “Being able to capture moments that shape our culture, from the good the bad and the ugly is what makes photojournalism one of the most important branches on the photography tree.”…

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    World book day, 2022

    I could not help but smile this morning as I helped a 2-foot-tall Witch clamber up the steps whilst still trying to stay mounted on her broom stick. When we finally…

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    Understanding monochromatic photography

    After doing a photography project last week, which focused of perfecting my portrait techniques, I found that out of the dozens of good images I had captured, interestingly the consensus was…

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    In the style of Richard Avedon

    As the old saying goes, “never work with children and animals” Well, this proved to be a little hard to avoid this week considering it is the dreaded half term and…