Behind The Camera

“So what does it mean, to be a photographer?”

Well come and join me in my blog and see what I have been up to of late, I will tell you about my latest assignments and hopefully give you an insight into my photography. With such a varied portfolio of work covering commercial and private commissions, from weddings to equestrian events, from corporate headshots to fieldsports photography, my approach is always the same with the focus on my clients requirements.

 

“Meeting requirements – exceeding expectations.”

Award Winners Photographs

Corporate Award Winners Photographs   With in-house print and framing services, here at Prophoto Services we can complete the "delegate experience" by despatching award winner photographic gifts within days of the event closing and delivering the full...

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Corporate Awards Desk Block

The Corporate Awards Desk Block Adding Value To Corporate Awards Events Photography The Corporate Awards Desk Block gives you the perfect opportunity to complete the awards experience for the delegates at your event, with this simple gift to...

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Harry’s Day

Recently I took a walk; a walk with Harry Chadwick and his family. I wasn't sure how to write about this walk, but it was important to do so, and it comes with the express permission of Harry's Family. I take my responsibility very seriously, and it is a...

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The Story Behind The Picture #4

The Story Behind The Picture #4 - Vinales Cuba 2016, on a day trip to the Vinales Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We were told of a viewpoint that would give us the most fantastic view of the unique rock formations that make up this corner of Cuba's tobacco...

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“There’s Craft In The Crop …”

"It's okay to crop your images ..." This was one line of perfectly good advice from Scott Kelby that I brought away from The Photography Show this year. Purists may say that you must carefully frame your image in camera so that cropping afterwards is not required...

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Quality and value, without the bitter aftertaste

I was recently speaking to a Client - let's call him a fictitious "Mr W" - about portraiture work and he related to me a story about some portraits he had taken of his children, and it highlighted to me the importance of balancing price and value, regardless of what...

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For the simple pleasure of photography …

You may have noticed me banging on a bit lately about the new addition to my armoury - the FujiFilm X-T1 mirrorless camera and the beginnings of a new lightweight, more compact "X-Series" system. But, you see, there is good reason for this, because what the Fuji has...

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A Little Bit of History Repeating : Reuben’s Christening

A New Chapter   A christening as we all know is the start of a whole new life story and a new chapter in a family's history, but it is also a celebration of long established family traditions, things that could be easily taken for granted if care isn't taken to...

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Calling All Photographers: Nobody likes a Smartarse …

Do you know what?Us photographers can be our own worst enemies at times.A photographer's biggest critic is themselves, and then it's generally other photographers. It's what the whole accreditation and certification process is all about within our industry -...

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The Story Behind the Photograph #3

Trust & Loyalty The third in my "Story Behind ..." series features an image from a recent outing on one of my Over & Sporting Photography (Game Shooting) commissions. This is a good example of how the message of the image may not be completely obvious from the...

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