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July 15, 2019

Ep.55 Karen Massey, Photographer

“You soon start to learn a lot more about business” In this interview, I get to talk to Karen Massey, wedding and portrait photographer.  Karen is a successful photographer and business owner, having started out...

July 4, 2019

Ep.53 Chris Cooze from Hasselblad

In this episode, I get to to sit and chat with Chris Cooze, Technical Communications & Training Manager at Hasselblad. It has been a real pleasure for me to have both the Hasselblad X1D and H6D for a couple of ...

June 21, 2019

Award-Winning Studio Dog Portrait

Award-Winning Studio Dog Portrait This portrait of Rufus, our studio dog, won 'Dog Portrait of the Year' at the 2018 Master Photographers Association Awards. Here's how we created it. It's always lovely to win a...

June 21, 2019

Working With Dogs

As your camera skills develop and your reputation spreads, it won’t be long before you are tasked with capturing a beautiful dog portrait or two. Whether it’s a beloved family mutt, or a beautifully groomed show...

June 17, 2019

Ep.52 Tom Stogdon, Sculptor

One of the greatest pleasures of recording this podcast is that I get to talk to all sorts of people and, in this episode, it gave me the opportunity to chat with an incredible, internationally renowned sculptor...

June 9, 2019

Flattering Faces: Broad and Narrow Lighting

Flattering Faces: Broad and Narrow Lighting Different face shapes benefit from different lighting patterns. Read on to find out how to slim down a wide face or fill out a narrow one by changing just small thing ...

June 7, 2019

Ep.51 Thinking About Clients

Well, it’s just me in this podcast: me, a microphone, a couple of hours in the car and Friday night rush hour traffic. Clearly I had time to kill so in this podcast I chat away about bits and pieces but mostly a...

June 7, 2019

A Portrait of Two Halves

A Portrait of Two Halves (and a Tale of Best-Laid Plans) When Liv and Hannah turned up in opposite-coloured tops I had to adapt from my usual tendency towards portraits with narrow tonal ranges. Getting forced o...

May 25, 2019

Ep.50 Terry Hope, Editor Professional Photo Magazine

In this podcast I get to chat with Terry Hope, the long standing editor of Professional Photo Magazine and its newbie publisher, having acquired the magazine just a few short weeks ago. Having trained as a photo...