A few happy snaps from the weekend as we bid Ella farewell and wish her luck on her job search. I know these photos look extremely digital, but at the same time they're fun and I like playing with the colours. It was good to once again catch up with old and new friends. One thing i'm a bit confused on- the watermarking on these photos are terrible. Still trying to figure out why some of them are out of place... luckily for these photos it doesn't really matter.
Tuesday, 22 November 2011
Yesterday afternoon I photographed Paige Silvi and Ella Formby in a dead field that I've been wanting to shoot at for so long, right near my home. They and our "sun girl" were very co-operative. I had a blast taking these photos, and just as much fun experimenting with them colour wise. I also tried to steer away from vignetting, I find myself getting into the habit of vignetting everything even when it looks better without.
Wednesday, 9 November 2011
So as much as I've been in a glum mood lately, it's not going to stop me doing what I apparently do best. Much thanks to Ella for letting me photograph her this afternoon, and Dave for probably being bored the whole time holding my equipment. As much as I'd love to start doing more fashion forward photographs, I like these photos. Ella's eyes look like fire in the last photograph...
It's photos like these I wish I'd gotten a professional make-up artist to collaborate. In saying that- i'm always willing to collab with other artists.
Styling/hair/makeup: Ella and myself.
All clothes owned by the model except the coin necklace- my own.
Sunday, 6 November 2011
Last night a friend of mine was having a little gathering for his 21st and asked me to take some shots. I don't usually take decent social shots (usually I settle with using my pop-up flash) but since I'm hoping to do the odd club or pub job in the future I thought I should do it right. Here are some of my favourite shots from the night...
Wednesday, 2 November 2011
So recently I've been meaning to take more social snaps so I can hopefully develop my own style in that area of photography and make a little moola out of it. I picked out some old photos that I've taken at parties throughout the year (some on my old camera, too) and been playing around with some. Although it comes down to taste, I'd love some comments back on these couple of ones I was playing around with..