Clothing for Portraits advice
This is my clothing for portraits advice and what to wear for that image that pops! I will just get right into it with a list of recommended and another list explaining why. Continue reading “Clothing for Portraits advice”
Covered in Honey
‘Preservation’ by Blake Little
Taken the first glance at these images and it can be hard to know what they are. Have a closer look and you realise its pure beauty.
“Preservation” by the portrait photographer, Blake Little is a series of photos of the models covered in honey. The models are pictured in movement, but trapped in the viscose, honey. The end results are the models looking like living statues Continue reading “Covered in Honey”
You may have read the Facebook rant by Thomas Stewart of Thomas Stewart Photography in Southern Highlands, Australia, who wrote why camera phones, iPads and selfie sticks are ruining weddings. His post has been shared over 88k times and received over 121k likes to date.
If you are not sure what Thomas was arguing against, it was guests using their cameras (of any sort) during the wedding. So he suggested that the ceremony be unplugged. Continue reading “Go Unplugged”
Their Traditional Chin Tattoo
The Moko Kauae, otherwise known as the Maori woman chin tattoo. A tradition for females that will manifest and show their true identity. The women believe they carry the moko close to their hearts. Then when ready, get the tattoo and bringing it to the surface and to life. Continue reading “Maori Women, Their Traditional Chin Tattoo”
Camera Club Competiton
Edit my RAW
Tonight at the Camera Club we had a fun competition called Edit my RAW. Members are supplied images to edit how they see fit then have them printed. The Edit my RAW competition is a little friendly one with very few rules. Speaking of the rules, they are very simple: Continue reading “Edit my RAW at the camera club”
Game of Thrones Portraits
Times Magazine Photo Shoot
British fashion photographer Miles Aldridge recently did a Game of Thrones Portrait shoot for Times Magazine. Miles even including the two show producers! The show is onto its penultimate series, airing in the UK on Sky Atlantic on a Monday night. Time magazine dedicated a whole issue to the most popular TV show in the world and commissioned Miles to shoot the stars for the cover. Continue reading “Game of Thrones Portraits”
February 1840 Weddings
February 1840, England and the 21-year-old Queen Victoria wed her prince, Prince Albert. The Queen wore a silk satin dress and white lace veil. As like all happy couples getting married, they wanted to document the occasion. Most couples today opt for photos but being the 19th-century photography was still in its infancy. So there weren’t many photographers available so the Queen and Prince opted for an oil painting instead.
Continue reading “Early Weddings Photos Had No Touching, No Smiles, No Hashtags”
I got a photo into a YouTube video!
Today I discovered I got a photo into a YouTube video! The video in question is linked below but is from the Ted Forbes Art of Photography YouTube Channel. Continue reading “I got a photo into a YouTube video!”
Famous Photographers And Their Iconic Photographs
Original post by Navibat
I love this story. There are so many famous pictures but not many know the person who took the image. It’s a great way to put names and faces to the work. This post shows famous photographers and their iconic photographs.
How many times have you seen some of these famous photos? Have you ever wondered who took them? I found this a great post to read as I didn’t recognise most of the photographers with the images. Continue reading “Famous Photographers And Their Iconic Photographs”
Ashington’s Inspirational Women’s
My day photographing Ashington’s Inspirational Women
On Saturday the 25th March 2017, I was giving the opportunity to photography Ashington’s Monthly Market, celebrating Ashington’s Inspirational Women’s.
The day started off with a market selling locally produced goods from all kinds of businesses. Everything from home made cakes to pizza and coffee. There was even hot sauce, which I must admit was too afraid to try as spice/heat and I do not mix! Continue reading “Ashingtons Inspirational Women”