Another of my ‘why not try this at home’ posts given that most of us are in lockdown. You’ve got me (un retouched – I could make myself look like George Clooney but it would take days of Photoshop work and life’s too short) as no-one in our house is keen on being photographed because it’s been weeks since any of us saw a hairdresser. This shot is straight out of camera. It’s in black and white so you can see the light pattern more clearly.
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After nearly two weeks we’ve recovered from Covid – 19 and I’ve been doing some product photography.
…(actually two shots in this case) – Darth Vader at home in his cheese grater Another in my series of ‘ why not try this at home’ blogs given that we’re in the middle of the Covid – 19 lockdown. I guess most of you know that Darth Vader lived in Fortress Vader on Mustafar …
This is a Voigtländer Vito B compact 35mm viewfinder camera built sometime between 1954 and 1957 and bought by my Dad in 1966 for £13 and 10 shillings (about £250.00 in todays money).
This is the first in a series of images that I’ll be uploading regularly with the story of each, together with how it was taken, so there’ll be a few photographic hints and tips along the way.
Well it was early in the morning. A few headshots recently taken at the Depot Bakery networking group.
I was at the Sheffield Business Awards recently photographing all things front of house for Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and the Sheffield Star.
I love doing these. It’s great to be able to spend time helping people increase their knowledge of photography.
I was really pleased to be able to help out Roundabout Sheffield last Thursday
I’ve just spent three days working with Bold Adventures Outdoor Learning and Education Providers
Really pleased to be able to photograph Ph2 hairdressing salon in Crookes recently.
I had a great time photographing Lenny