Victorian Portraits

August 14, 2012  •  1 Comment
Victorian Portraits Blists Hill Victorian Town is an open air museum in Telford, Shropshire. It has actors, actresses and volunteers bringing the town to life and is one of ten museums that are run by the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust. Blists Hill Website A PORTRAIT OF A CANDLE MAKER USING A SIGNLE OFF CAMERA FLASH A PORTRAIT OF AN ENGIN...
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Workman Portrait

August 14, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
I spotted this guy listening to his iPod while on his lunch hour. He is a cleaner for a large kitchens in Cosford, West Midlands. Maybe this is a future project? Workmen.
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Jones Mr Jones Portrait

July 23, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
I took this shot while on a studio based portrait shoot. The model is a professional photographer called Tim Jones and here you can see he is composing a shot with his Nikon F-301 film camera. You can view his website at www.jonesmrjones.co.uk
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Cross Processed Beauty Shoot

July 23, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
While updating my portfolio I decided to re-edit some of my work using a cross processing effect. Cross processing is a technique that dates back to the days of film when a photographer would use chemicals designed for different types of negative or transparency that gave strong colour casts. This effect became very fashionable in the commercial wo...
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Fashion Shoot, Old Saw Mill Andover

July 23, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
Over the last couple of months I have been scouting locations for shoots and trying out some new techniques. After enlisting the services of a couple that I have worked with before, we headed down the road on one of the nicest days of the year so far and got cracking. We carried out carious fashion style shoots throughout the day with a couple of...
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A Selection of Street Photography form Over the Years

July 23, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
Over the years I have taken many environmental shots which cover candid street photography and travel photography genres. Most of these images either get put to one side or used for my own personal use in my home and don't always see the light of day. Recently I have been moving my blog from an old site and transferring the posts to here. Throughou...
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Fishing for Forces with Chris Tarrant

July 23, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
Fishing for Forces is a Non-Profit Organisation with the view that anyone who has been affected by Operational Duties could do with a touch of peace and quiet and would benefit from the healing effect of spending a day by the water. Our aim is to provide fishing for those returning from Operational Tours. The therapeutic qualities of fishing is su...
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Wales Rally GB - WRC

July 23, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
The FIA World Rally Championship is a rallying series organised by the FIA, culminating with a Champion Driver and a Champion Manufacturer at the end of the season. Widely regarded as the most challenging motor sport competition on the planet, drivers travel around the globe, battling it out on some of the most unforgiving terrains and enduring ex...
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Salisbury International Arts Festival and St Georges Day

July 23, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
The following shots were taken at two separate events, the first being the Salisbury International Arts Festival and the second being a St Georges day event run by the British Plate Armour Society. Salisbury International Arts Festival THE OPENING OF THE INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL AN OPEN AIR PLAY HELD AT OLD WARDOUR CASTLE IN SALISBURY,...
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2 RTR Homecoming Parade – Weymouth

July 23, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
A while back I had the opportunity to photograph the homecoming parade of 2 RTR (2 Royal Tank Regiment). These men and woman had just completed a six month gruelling operational tour in Afghanistan. The men and woman from the South West were greeted by hundreds of families, holiday-makers and flag waving children as they marched past. They were jo...
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