Category Archives: International

I do… PR photography too!

Okay so last weekend – I did an exclusive garden party event… (I’ve been fortunate enough to have been doing this particular event 3 years running now!) …and as per their usual high standards, it was a really fantastic event! I can’t really say too much – due to the nature of the job, and […]

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  • John28/06/2011 - 00:23

    I think you hit the right button with this one!ReplyCancel

My Process, Pre-Shoots & Pre-Sets, and Adobe LR3 Pre-Release…

……that sounds a bit like a tongue twister! Okay this post is mainly for those photographers out there or for those of you who would like to know a little bit of behind the scenes as to how I work?  So I apologise to all you brides, as you may find some of it a […]

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  • Marianne Taylor04/03/2010 - 10:47

    I’m just here to drool over Italy… lovely pictures and treatments too.ReplyCancel

  • Robb Duncan04/03/2010 - 12:28

    Interesting little article 🙂

    And I totally agree you need to work with an image rather than against it.

    I use Photomechanic to sort and LR2 to do basic WB and exposure. Then if needed I use some LR2 style presets to get the look I want.
    Nice and quick and easy.ReplyCancel

  • Monika Szczepaniak04/03/2010 - 16:19

    I think the LR3 beta is available till April so I would suspect (and hope) that it will be released round September.ReplyCancel

  • Drew04/03/2010 - 18:47

    Nice work, I so can’t wait for LR3 to be released. I’ve got my fingers crossed that I’ll love it more than LR2… if not I might be moving to Capture One. Your move Adobe 🙂ReplyCancel

  • matt shumate05/03/2010 - 07:22

    What a beautiful setting for a portrait session. Count me among those way excited for LR3. Until importing is faster, I’m sticking with copying files to the Macbook with Photo Mechanic.ReplyCancel

  • Eric Kotara08/03/2010 - 16:39

    Very nice write-up and explanation of your process. And the great location and couple is just icing on the cake. Good work!ReplyCancel

  • Your post work is phenominal! Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • Richard Barley13/06/2010 - 19:46

    A pre-wedding shoot has to be one of the best ways to get to know your clients before the wedding and to show that photography can be fun! ReplyCancel

  • Noelle07/03/2013 - 15:42

    Oh my goodness, what gorgeous photos of a beautiful couple and a fantastic location!ReplyCancel

Rebecca & Dan – Wedding – Italy, Maratea (Part 2)

Okay, so here’s part 2, if you missed part 1?… click here So where was I? …Oh yes – we had just arrived in the town of Maratea, and the sun was shining the most magnificent light beaming through dark austere clouds looming above us. We started the shoot at this archway we had found […]

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Rebecca & Dan – Wedding – Italy, Maratea (Part 1)

Okay back in September I was fortunate enough to photograph the lovely Rebecca & Dan’s wedding in the stunning setting of Maratea, located a couple hours south of Naples. This beautiful town is located close to the coast and surrounded by volcanic mountains on all sides. The wedding itself was held in the 5 star […]

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