If you find it tricky to get great shots of your kids, it could be that you need to do more than just "point and shoot". A little careful planning can go a long way...
At last, I can tell you about the naked male poets shoot! I've been dying to tell you for ages, but I had to keep it under wraps for several months until the exhibition was over. I may have to put an "over 18" button on this site now!
I was recently asked to hold a workshop for Amateur Photographer Magazine and thought I'd share it with you. Oliver Atwell of Amateur Photographer invited Jennifer Peel and Isobel Murphy to London to spend a day picking my brains!
It's been a busy media month! - so thought I'd give you a few links to the various articles that I've been writing recently. Hope you find them helpful - grab a coffee and enjoy!
"How to Photograph Men" was the title of my Summer Workshop with Amateur Photographer Magazine. I was joined by Sue Kennedy and Helen Schryver, who came along to learn tips and ideas.
Shooting teenagers can be tricky because they are at a stage in their life where they are self-conscious and can be easily embarrassed, particularly by their parents booking them a photo shoot! Their parents often want them to look young in the photos, whilst the teenager wants to look much older. It’s a case of getting a balance, shooting for both the parents and for the teenager themselves.
Ask those little things about photography that have been niggling you!! I don’t know the meaning of life but I do know a lot about taking pictures so ask away!
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