Category Archives: Studio Photography

An eccentric photographer.

I think that eccentric photography is a good thing!  There are various meanings of the word “eccentric”, but let’s use the one that, according to Wikipedia, means “out of the centre”.  It’s really easy to put the main subject of your images in the exact centre, as most of the time it’s how we see things.  When […]

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Family fun!

Had a really fun family (Mum, Dad, 2 children &  their dog) for a studio portrait shoot recently.  The shoot was mostly in our studio in South Oxfordshire, as it was pretty cold outside – although the light outside was soft and flattering. The children had loads of energy, and their daughter was especially good at jumping.  The […]

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What’s Black and White and Red all over?

Well, the old joke (about a newspaper) is supposed to say “What’s black and white, and read all over?”, but you get the picture.  In this case I’m talking about the background colour in your photographs.  It ought to be simple, and not make much difference, but in creative portrait photography the colour of the background can make […]

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