I'll endeavour to keep this blog updated with lots of set up hints, location tips and probably a lot of irrelevant waffle. Most of the photo blogging content will be held at my flickr page and status updates over on twitter... be sure to keep an eye on them all!

Potrait setup - ...just point and shoot

December 08, 2013
Before I start, I have to admit that this is more of a post for personal reference than an in depth tutorial really but if there's any hints and tips to be picked out of the setup then by all means help yourself. Firstly, I'd like to thank Jenny for being a great model, and a patient one at that! Standing in front of the lights for an eternity w...
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Bring me my x-ray glasses!

November 17, 2013
I thought it would be a good idea to blog this next photo and share some quick handy tips on what really is a simple set up and process yet yields impressive results. This latest photo is a little bit different to the norm and although it looks heavily processed I can assure you with a tiny bit of photoshop knowledge this snap is very easy to obtai...
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36D so what?

November 01, 2013
Just a brisk run though of one of my latest, and probably the heaviest processed photo I have released. It was a learning curve for me, so I thought I'd share the principles and key points behind a recent cover art photo for a great little cover band I know. The band's newest cover is available to listen online here... give them a like on Facebook...
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Splashing around in video

October 31, 2013
With the release of the much anticipated Still Beautiful music video just around the corner, I thought it was time for a preview of my new logo splash. Not quite on par with a Hollywood blockbuster intro yet, but getting there nonetheless.:) Graphics created in Flash CS6 and sequenced in PremierPro CS6. Sounds recorded from a Canon 7D with a bor...
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Welding glass filter - how to...

October 25, 2013
One of my frequently used photographic techniques is long exposure, this mystical dark art to those not in the know, is one of the most eye catching effects available to photographers. Winding car light trails disappearing into the darkness on a deserted carriageway, or funfair rides streaking bright colours into the night sky are a staple of any q...
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