Monthly Archives: September 2010

Autumn: Season of colour & movement.

It’s now officially autumn here in the UK, and I for one am looking forward to the fabulous colours that the season can offer.  The brightest colours in autumn come from the Acers (maples), so a while ago I went to Westonbirt Arboretum which has a fabulous collection of them.  On my arrival the weather was horrible!  The sky was grey, […]

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symmetry + yrtemmys.

You may have noticed from previous blog posts that I like creative photographic compositions that are quite off-centre and asymmetrical.  Although that is the case, you can make very interesting images that are completely symmetrical.  This is how I do it. First, using some backlit studio shots of smoke from a burning incense stick…  I opened […]

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A trip to deepest Surrey

For portrait photography most people come to our photographic studio in Oxfordshire.  However, on a recent family portrait shoot I travelled to deepest Surrey.  The shoot was for a family with three kids, and they were easy to work with; great fun, enthusiastic, and happy to be photographed.  The family’s house had a verandah/porch with fabulous light.    The light […]

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