How I Got The Shot – Flour Shoot

I’ve lost count of the number of times people have messaged me asking “what lights did you use to get that photo” “how do you come up with your shoot ideas” – so I decided to go back through the hard drive to one of my most creative shoots and explain “How…


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Live Streaming with a Nikon Z6

As we are still currently in a lockdown and the whole “work from home” idea is still very much present, I decided to create my own home “live streaming” setup. One thing I wanted to do however was to use my Nikon Z6 as the main streaming camera, which wasn’t too hard…


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Documenting My Daily Walk COVID-19 Photography

2020 has been such a strange year and one that I’m not going to forget in a hurry! With lockdown still in effect and COVID-19 putting everything on hold, it’s a strange time to be in at the moment. Personally, I’ve been using this time to work from home to update the website, catch up on editing as…


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Sunset Fitness Shoot

Recently the weather in the UK has been incredible! Sunny day after sunny day. So when you get a phone call from your friend Gaz asking if you fancied a rooftop shoot to try and capture the evening sunset, you can’t really say no. Plus what better to enjoy the sunshine than on a rooftop in…


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Fast Kicking Action Photography

The other weekend I was approached by a local IFBB bikini athlete, Effie Parnell-Hopkinson, to create some unique photography for her social media channels. The main idea for the shoot was to capture some fast-paced action photography down at Kickboxing Cheltenham. Boxing, roundhouse…


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2017 Review

As the year is finally coming to an end, it’s time to reflect on the past 12 months. 2017 has been quite an eventful one. So sit back and enjoy this short round up of events and various projects!! 2017 Review - The Year of Fitness Photography!I’ve been shooting fitness for about 2-3…


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Developing your Style as a Photographer

Being a photographer can sometimes be a stressful job but most of the time it’s a very rewarding one. Creating images that others enjoy as well as meeting new people with inspirational stories. When I first started photography my passion was capturing my friends skateboarding. Now however, my…


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Fitness Photography Lighting

I tend to get a lot of questions asking about my fitness photography lighting and what I use. I therefore decided on my recent shoot with Mark Weston to give a quick run down on my lighting. Lighting is something that can make or break a shoot in my opinion. With a poor lighting setup you’ll…


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Lighting In Layers

Lighting has always played a massive part in my photography ever since I started. I remember the first time I got into flash photography and the photos were very much – flash one side and then shoot and guess. Now I’ve learnt how lighting a scene is more about using the flashes to build with the…


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Fast Paced Location Lighting with Joe McNally

On Saturday 29th November I booked myself onto one of the many training courses put on by Nikon UK at their Centre of Excellence in London. The main focus on this course was looking at off camera flash control to create quality flash light to work with ambient light. The course was presented by the…


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Why I’ve Given In and Bought a Nikon D800

Back when Nikon announced the Nikon D800 in 2012 everyone went crazy for it! Back orders and stock shortage because everyone was after a full frame DSLR that can shoot 36.3 megapixel, which was more than half the price of a Hasselblad or Phase One body. The image quality was amazing, however there…


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