Category Archives: Portrait photography

The people of Dismaland

I recently visited the Dismaland attraction in Weston-Super-Mare, England.  This is/was an art exhibition/”bemusement park” curated by the artist Banksy.  It was sold out within minutes of tickets being available, and I was very lucky to have been able to go twice. I did photograph the artworks, but part of the beauty of the experience […]

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Watch the birdy!

That’s the phrase that photographers used in the past to get their subject’s attention.  But what do you do to get the attention of a bird?  Well, I use a soft clicking noise!  It doesn’t always work, and other people sometimes look at me a bit sideways, but if I get better images as a […]

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It’s in the frame.

In the “old days” we were always told to use some sort of frame in the foreground of our images to “hold in the edges”.  Whilst some advice from then is no longer so useful, such as always having the sun over your shoulder when taking  a portrait, the use of frames is still valid. […]

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