Images of food are all around us. It is an ever expanding area of product photography that has, over the last few years, become hugely popular on Instagram. From simple packaged products to fully staged dinner tables the variety of food imagery is as wide as any genre of photography. I thought it was about time that I added a few simple shots to my portfolio. Read More
The studio was finished in November, but it has taken a while to get to the stage where I am now comfortable to open the doors for training. It was always my intention to offer courses, workshops and tours and I can, finally, announce the launch of a new website www.training.capturelight.co.uk and the first of what I hope will be many courses. I have added a new link in the menu above to access the site.Read More
I have been a bit remiss lately, not updating the blog with what’s happening, so I thought I’d add a short post about a recent architectural shoot. A few weeks ago I was commissioned, by a returning client (Chaplin Farrant) to capture some external and internal images of a brand new house in Norwich. Read More
On Tuesday 14th March I was contacted by Mia, from Chaplin Farrant Architects, to enquire if I was able to take some external images of a property they have recently handed over to the developers. The challenge was the fact that they needed the images by Friday lunchtime and the weather wasn’t looking good for the next few days.Read More
This journal will contain the mindless babbling of an untidy mind. Anyone who takes anything written here seriously really should seek help.
It seems like a good idea to keep a blog, many photographers have blogs. However, it is said, that if you don't 'blog' regularly you could be seen as 'not being busy'.
Of course the reason you haven't updated your blog could be because you're too busy!
This journal will be updated occasionally. There will be times when I will add post after post and other times when it will resound to the sound of wafting tumbleweeds. In the words of Val Doonican (showing my age there) "don't be concerned, it will not harm you". Just enjoy it when it happens and don't read too much into it when it doesn't :o)