Getting The Most From Any Location

Almost everywhere has potential as a location for photography. It’s all too easy to focus on the problems with a potential location – overhead cables, litter along the curb, a street sign and so on – but most barriers can be overcome with a change of angle or crop. Whether you want to add narrative with a background, use it to add visual interest and texture or simply keep it plain so that all the focus is on your subject, this section will help you to get the best out of indoor, studio and outdoor locations.

Framed By Flora

One of the (many) challenges of portrait photography is trying to come up with new ideas. In this instance, I ... Read More

Intrigue In The Abbey

Want your subject to shine, and your background to fade into the shadows? Make it happen by positioning your subject ... Read More

Running In The Rain

As a professional portrait photographer, you can’t always wait until the weather is perfect. And sometimes it is perfect when ... Read More

Wintry Woods Portrait

Wintry Woods Portrait Rushing out to capture a snowy portrait, I took inspiration from Winnie-the-Pooh by imagining the scene as ... Read More

Views of the Vale

This was captured at the end of a family shoot. We’d walked through the woods together, which I’ve found to ... Read More