Tags archives: portrait photography

  • #existinphotos - a moving message from Sue Bryce

  • I had a lump in my throat when I watched Sue Bryce, a portrait photographer and educator, encouraging people to #existinphotos¬†during her CreativeLive workshop. Everyone deserves a beautiful portrait of themselves, especially women - wives, mothers, mothers-in-law, grandmothers. I heard Germain G[...]
  • Urban Portraits Dumfries project is launched!

  • On August 5 2014 I sent out an open call via Facebook , Twitter and Google+ for volunteer models that would like to take part in a new photography project called URBAN PORTRAITS DUMFRIES. The project aims to create collaborative portraits of Doonhamers in various Dumfries town centre locations wh[...]
  • Fun lifestyle family portraits

  • I love taking lifestyle family portraits - carefree and fun, always taken on location, they capture the spirit of the family photographed and a range of genuine expressions and interactions.And they are an epitome of good life. The dictionary definition of a 'lifestyle' is 'a way of life that ref[...]
  • Picking a location for an engagement shoot

  • When John and I go for a walk he often laughs at me and mentions the film 'I am Legend' - so aware I am of the sunlight direction, how close the time is to the sunset and when the sweet light 'golden hour' starts on any given day. Scouting for a location for an engagement shoot or portrait sessio[...]
  • Urban portraits - Cycle Chic - Taj (Part 1)

  • This story started when Taj, the man behind The Rakish Gent, a Birmingham-based menswear and lifestyle blog, emailed me some inspiration images to suggest the direction in which he would like to take our urban portraits session. All of them had a distinct street style feel and clean editing, and uti[...]