1 – It’s all in the eyes. If you can, then try to get the eyes in focus. They are the first feature that the viewer looks at. 2 – Chest is best. All too often we leave too much empty space above the person’s head because we put their face in the centre of Read more ..
Where to start? I’m sure that many of you will have received or purchased new digital cameras in the recent sales. Whilst the quality of the image produced by Mobile Phones has improved significantly over the past few years, so has the desire to capture great moments and scenes through the means of a Digital Read more ..
I have just started an experiment by networking with local businesses. I thought about scenarios where by future brides may be discussing their wedding plans with their favourite hairdresser. The topic of photography may well be raised. They question is how could I position myself as a point of referral? What would influence a hairdresser Read more ..
There is no getting away from the power of social media in respect to developing relationships with existing and potential clients. I recently attended a seminar hosted by a major data collation organisation where phrases such as Big Data, Social Intelligence and Social Selling were used as commonly as mobile phones, the Internet and the Read more ..
I recently undertook an enjoyable family shoot near Biddick Hall in County Durham. Google Maps is a very useful tool to get an idea of the location but there is nothing like a pre-shoot reconnaissance trip. There are large areas of private land interspersed with public pathways. One such pathway leads through a delightful wooded Read more ..