I’ve now started a Youtube video where I can share some behind the scenes footage from photo shoots, retouching tutorials and so much more! I’m really excited about this and I hope you are too. Please can a look at my first video showing how I used masks to remove an object from a photograph.
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I wanted my first portrait session of the year to be a self portrait. I wanted it to embody everything that I have learnt and loved from 2017. My focus was on colour. I have always loved colour, but come to the realisation that dark, rich colours are my favourite. I’m not sure why this hasn’t been obvious to me sooner, I pretty much wear black or deep red most days and when asked what I my favourite colour is I’m quick to describe the shade with absolute clarity. For my self portrait I chose black as the main colour, wearing only black and taken against a black wall. During 2017, I developed a love for using a hit of vibrancy through bold colour choices. Although subtle, I went for a bright lip colour to create a contrasting element, especially against my pale skin and hair.
2017 was a year filled with lots of fantastic projects. I hope 2018 has even more! I intend to push myself to the limit, throwing myself into new projects and working with new clients. I am very excited.
What a way to start the new year by being featured in Rock N Roll Bride Magazine!EEEEEE! I have been a mega huge fan of the magazine for a looong time and it feels overwhelmingly amazing that my photos were selected! Woo hoo!
The photos featured were of Helen Anderson in her wedding dress, enjoying herself at Norwich Market. The concept behind the shoot is about being the bride you want to be, not the bride that people think you ought to be. In a nutshell it’s about being true to yourself and not feeling that you have to follow expectations of what a bride should and should not do. The article is a great read and the photos are pretty good too(!). You can pick up a copy of the magazine from the Rock N Roll Bride website or from the shops. Go get yours now!