Category: portraits

5 tips for a more professional headshot selfie

Do you need a headshot in a hurry? Of course nothing beats a professional headshot session, but if you find yourself caught out and need to do your own headshot in a hurry then here are my top tips to taking a pain free and professional looking selfie. One that you won’t be embarrassed to use for your LinkedIn profile pic: 1. Set up … Read More 5 tips for a more professional headshot selfie

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Headshots Vs. Portraits

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 professional purposes for actors, LinkedIn profile pictures or the … Read More Headshots Vs. Portraits

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Shades of blue

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 love the many shades of blue the neat stacks … Read More Shades of blue

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Driver, Italy

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 Amalfi. I love this mans face, it excuses so … Read More Driver, Italy

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Smoking woman, Lake Inle

I promised in my Reflections on 2019 blog to start sharing more of my photos from my travels around SE Asia.

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Biker Portraits

As you may know I love photographing portraits and this particular client wanted some photographs to incorporate his motorbiking hobby.