Model Portfolio for Starting Models

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Are just starting off in the world of modeling or want to boost your current portfolio? if that’s the case, I am sure you need a photography book that will showcase your strong points and versatility as a model. Model portfolio for starting models includes a selection of head shots as well as three quarter and full length photographs. Depending on experience, when basics are covered, we can explore more creative images and you can establish your own style. You … Read More

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My Top 3 Landscape Photography Locations in the Lake District

The Lake District is without any doubt one of the most photogenic locations in England and popular among photographers. The best time for landscape photography is very early in the morning and just when sun starts to set. If you want to get it right and not have to get up painfully early, I suggest you visit the Lake District in the autumn. You get lovely colours and with a bit of luck some great angry skies. The sun is out … Read More

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How to Dress for a Family Photo-shoot

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We met with these two little ladies and their parents in a Manchester photo-studio. The girls started running around and clearly had a lot of fun. They decided to explore all the hidden corners and still managed to sometimes give a great smile to my camera. We have done different sets of pictures and tried out different backgrounds. The shoot took about 90 minutes and this family will have a lot of lovely photographs. What makes a huge difference when … Read More

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Portrait Photoshoot

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I love doing portrait photo shoots. No wonder that I was very excited when Sadi asked me if we could do some photographs together as I knew she would be a great model. So a couple weeks later after we decided on a few killer outfits outfits we met in a big Manchester photo studio where some independent film companies film scenes for their movies and had fun for little over an hour. Sadi transformed herself in a fashion photo … Read More

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Sunset Wedding

It was late afternoon, when we left dark and gloomy church and decided to take advantage of beautiful evening back light. Shooting against back light can be tricky but if done right, it creates  a beautiful atmosphere. The light reflects in the lense and creates a much desired halo effect. The lovely couple was all laughs and giggles and the outcome are relaxed  and soft wedding photographs.

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Outdoors Bridal Photoshoot

That day we spent at a beautiful Georgian Hedsor House in Buckinghamshire. It started with a morning mist that slowly disappeared and rays of sunshine started to peak through dark cloudy skies. Overcast has created a soft milky light that looks so great with wedding photographs and so we needed to take advantage of it. After the bride got ready, we went for a short walk outside to take some photographs in the garden. We went and explored all the … Read More

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Here Comes the Bride (Preparation)

This is a great part of a wedding day. Lots of ladies filling the room or just a intimate time with few closest members of family, bride getting her hair and make-up done. Bride and her preparation for the wedding day is one of the best moments to photograph. The aim of a photographer is to be sometimes invisible but at the same time show calming presence when needed. The time when bride is getting ready allows to take variety … Read More

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My Favorite Autumn Essentials

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This post of my favorite autumn essentials really happened this morning, when I have seen all the colorful leaves outside covering the pathways with a rainbow of earthly colors outside. I have realized that summer is almost over and autumn is here. I love September as it is one of the great months where you can combine some of your summery pieces and layer them with some warmer clothes. Here in UK autumn can be already a bit frisky and … Read More

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Photographer and Client’s Permission to Publish

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The life of a photographer is not only full of fun when being creative, but also filled with legal entanglements. For quite some time I have been struggling with the fact that I have taken photographs and then was asked not to post them on Facebook or on my website. So let’s have a look at the permission to publish photographs more in detail. A photograph to a photographer is like a painting to a painter, or book to a … Read More

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How I Decided To Be A Photographer

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Welcome to my blog and this very first post.It is so exciting to be staring my photographic journey now and to be sharing it with you. I am going to write about photography and things that inspire me along the way. I hope you find it interesting and worth coming back to. I would like to bring you behind the scenes and share with you my knowledge and ideas that inspire me, but I feel that the first post should … Read More

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