Orange Shoes and Zip Wire Skittles

My second wedding of the year came in the shape of Bret and Liz and was a whole host of fun including; confetti cannons, zip wire skittles, orange shoes and a beautiful VW Camper van.  Being fans of my style and approach to photography, Bret and Liz specifically requested a larger amount of ‘reportage’ shotsContinue reading “Orange Shoes and Zip Wire Skittles”

2016 Wedding Season Kicks Off

May Bank Holiday weekend saw the return of my wedding season with the marriage of Tina and Wayne.  A church wedding held at the John Pounds Unitarian Church in Old Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. I always try and look at a wedding from a different perspective, I’m not just a photographer but a thinker on photographyContinue reading “2016 Wedding Season Kicks Off”

Shooting a time-lapse

Set is key: Set up your camera on a tripod and frame the shot you would like, just as if you were setting up for a single photograph.  Set the camera to Aperture Priority (A on a Nikon or Av on a Canon), this will mean the camera sets the shutter speed depending on theContinue reading “Shooting a time-lapse”

The Ghosts in an Image

One of the key importances of photography is its ability to show evidence that we were here.  Yes buildings could probably last longer but it is the photographs that document anthropological existence most extensively.  I’m quite a fan of long exposure images, the ability to capture time with what is both there and not thereContinue reading “The Ghosts in an Image”