Category - Tips

Tips For Photographing Abroad

Does organizing a trip abroad with your beloved SLR fill you with dread? The idea of sand in all those crevices, sticky Sangria fingers and lost or stolen equipment can bring your work-cation to a grinding halt. So I have a few simple tips to free up your creativity and help you become a jet […]

Get a Life. Get a Photographer.

Make your life easier and be more productive. As a photographer, part of my job is to help jog your creativity and thought process. To share with you what I’m doing to inspire you and what you’re doing! CCP Building Merchants & Suppliers – Simplicity & Form Where some might see dull grey industrial materials […]

The Devil’s in the Detail

It sounds like the most obvious thing when it comes to great photography but it is a lot harder than it seems. On top of having your creative head on, your technical head and your smiliest of smiles, you also need to be aware of everything that is going on in the frame. Small details […]


Why Professional Photographs Will Give You The Edge

Thinking about promoting your home on Airbnb? We’ve all been there, spending hours trawling through countless websites in the search for holiday homes or any property for that matter and all you find are dreary shots, distorted angles and a completed lake of TLC. You don’t feel inspired to spend your hard earned cash on […]

Pre-Shoot Prep – Communication is Key

As creative individuals, we sometimes forget that not everyone sees the world as we do and the same goes for you and your client. Understanding and executing a brief can be tricky. If you’re not careful, the whole thing could unravel as important details are missed or interpretations become askew when we assume everyone is […]

Testing. Testing.

You have what you think would be a stunning idea for a photo shoot buzzing around your head for months. Now, whilst you may not be entirely sure how it will translate into a fully coordinated photoshoot, the best time to iron out those creases is now. Get your gang of merry men and women, […]

The 5 P’s

Professional Photography Tips: The 5 P’s   PREPARATION PREVENTS PISS POOR PERFORMANCE   I was told this is a mantra a few years ago and have tried to live by it ever since. I hope that some of these scenarios are familiar faux pars we have all had to deal with at some point our […]

Overcoming The Editing Process

After a days shooting, most photographers rush back to proudly assess the result of their creative juices. Excited in the knowledge that they may have just taken the best shot of their career. But that is not always the case. Especially when your not convinced you have any creative juices at all. Like some reoccurring […]