For today’s One Frame I picked this image from a recent Vacation Photoshoot in London for a family from the Middle-East. It was a very last minute booking as they stopped off in London for a few days on their way back home from the States, but I was delighted to accommodate as it wasn’t the first time I photographed these guys! We first met in 2011, when their first son was just about to turn 2 years old, and now they have been blessed with the second cheeky little monkey, who was now also two years old!Read More
I have a confession to make. Newborns and babies are my favorite subjects to photograph. I love the fact that they just are, they are completely themselves and they experience the world with this wide-eyed amazement and wonder that’s unlike anything else.Read More
I have a confession to make. When I first picked up my DSLR camera back in 2007 I felt overwhelmed. I thought an expensive camera would instantly make my photos look better, but – no surprises there – it didn’t. I have produced rather shitty pictures for a while – and I couldn’t quite figure out how to replicate those rare instances when the pictures magically turned ok!
All those buttons and dials and the instruction manual that looked way too technical for an average person (me!) to understand. I didn’t know where to begin, and so I stuck to shooting on Auto for the longest time. It took me years to really understand how to use my camera properly.Read More