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The Joy of Prints “The object of Art is to give life a shape” – William Shakespeare Who remembers floppy discs? They were the equivalent of USBs where you could save your files and photos, unfortunately they became redundant as technology changed. Whilst we cannot predict what will happen to the way we save a Read more ..

“A mother’s arms are made of tenderness and children sleep soundly in them.” ~Victor Hugo Photographs make an ideal Gift for Mothers or Grandmothers on Mother’s Day. In the UK, this year it will be on Sunday 26th March. A perfect reminder capturing precious moments together, resulting in timeless images to treasure for a lifetime. Our Read more ..

Having recently visited New York for the first time, it is probably worth sharing a few thoughts on Photography in a City. If you are new to Street Photography then I would not recommend pointing your camera at complete strangers as their reaction may not be welcoming. Whichever City you are in then there is Read more ..

Autumn is a wonderful time for photography, especially children, as fallen leaves create both an interesting prop and look great. Shooting images in the dappled light of a wood or forest is a must. Preparation is key and depending on the age of the children you may want to think about taking along items that 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 ..

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