What is the difference between headshot and portrait photography? Well, technically a headshot is a type of portrait (that clears that up then!) But there are some distinct differences, let me run you through them. A headshot is typically a photograph of a persons face, head and shoulders. They tend to be used for more… Continue reading Headshots Vs. Portraits
Why is it so important to book a professional wedding photographer? Weddings are expensive with lots of elements to plan and budget for so it can be tempting to cut costs. Especially when photography seems like such a big chunk of the budget. Is it really worth it? Can I save the money and ask… Continue reading 6 reasons to book a professional wedding photographer
This photograph was taken in Guwahati, Assam back in April 2019. It was early evening and we were out for a stroll, the streets were busy and lined with small shops and stalls. I love to capture portraits of street sellers and this tailor was happy to take a moment and pose for me. I… Continue reading Shades of blue
It's typical that when you don't have your camera with you there arises a perfect photo opportunity! The photo below is a perfect example of this. We were exploring one of many magnificent temples in Bagan, Myanmar and turned a corner to find a man reclining on a chair for his afternoon nap. Taken quickly… Continue reading Nap time, Bagan
With more time on my hands I have been reminiscing on past travels, so I thought I would dedicate some time to sorting through several years(!) of travel photography, and spend the next few blogs sharing my favourites with you. I love capturing portraits while I travel and this was taken a few years ago in… Continue reading Driver, Italy
I promised in my Reflections on 2019 blog to start sharing more of my photos from my travels around SE Asia.
As you may know I love photographing portraits and this particular client wanted some photographs to incorporate his motorbiking hobby.
What to wear for your corporate headshot - tips from a headshot photographer.
As we enter into 2020 and a new decade(!) I have found myself reflecting on the last 12 months. 2019 was quite a year for me both personally and professionally. I was fortunate to take 3 months out to travel, exploring south east Asia, visiting 8 countries and 37 different places in 90 days!
In June my travels took me to Lake Inle, Myanmar and a small village of lotus weavers. Lotus plants are plentiful on Lake Inle and the women weave the fibres in to beautiful fabric. Here are some photographs of the weavers at work...