I love being a professional photographer. I really do. You never know what you’re going to do next. It could be a wedding, or a party, or a puppy photo shoot! Or… it could be posing eggy pans and Tupperware boxes for fifty hours in a small office going slowly insane.
You need a tripod, a funky idea, and some minor photoshopping skillz. Hours of fun!
There’s a ton of stuff you can do with a strobist setup. I have three (cheap) flashguns, and a set of (relatively expensive) remote triggers. I have some white umbrellas to modify the light, and a selection of backdrops. The entire setup cost me £400, which I think is outstanding value for money, considering how… Read More
I’ve done tons of shoots (PEW PEW PEW) with Ruth over the years, and here are a few of my favourites, using available light on a sunny day, reflected light, and off-camera flashes.
The Starlight Walk was for East Cheshire Hospice. The atmosphere was amazing all night long! I covered the event with my photography buddy Martin, and we had such a great time. There were activities all night; stalls, live music, and games on the grass. Also a fancy dress competition or two, which is always fun…. Read More
This was a bit lazy of me, I admit, as I work in Liverpool. But it really is a beautiful place.