Rosa Brighid

Rosa Brighid

Away from travel for a short while and moving forward from 2008 to 2015.  These posts truly are all over the place. I'd been wanting for several months to try my hand at portrait photography.  In particular, I'd wanted to learn more about working in a studio.  For some reason though I was scared. I … Continue reading Rosa Brighid

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Amie Boulton

Amie Boulton

Back in October of 2015 I was invited to take part in a last minute shoot in Torquay with the amazing Amie Boulton and fellow photographer, Eleanor Stobbart. It was a murky, freezing cold day and at this stage I was pretty new to portrait photography.  I wasn't holding out much hope for getting decent … Continue reading Amie Boulton

The Climber

This has to be about the fastest time that something I've seen or photographed has been edited and turned into a blog post.  I'd like a 'Well Done' sticker please.  Or maybe some house points. A few weeks ago I was asked by a friend to take some portrait shots of her whilst climbing, a … Continue reading The Climber

Kirsty Morris

Kirsty Morris in Plymouth

So ... it was my intention to ensure that 2016 has at a minimum 1 post a month.  Well, January has been and gone ... and no post! Perhaps I can make up for it with a double post in February?  Bear with me, please ... Back in July I was offered the opportunity to … Continue reading Kirsty Morris in Plymouth

East Prawle Ramblings

I find myself anxious to write a blog post so that I can say I published something in December and at least see the year out on a positive note.  When 2016 comes it's a blog post a month and I'm determined to finally work on my travel photos. Where to start though?  Well, these … Continue reading East Prawle Ramblings

Chiara Elisabetta

Chiara Elisabetta

Those people who know me will know that I've a developing interest in portrait photography.  Those people who only know me from this blog will have no idea of this as I'm useless at regularly posting! Back at the end of September I had the opportunity to spend a couple of hours with Chiara Eisabetta … Continue reading Chiara Elisabetta

Bluebell Fields

The Bluebell Park

Spring is my most favourite time of year.  Growing up in the countryside you're acutely aware of it.  The birds start to sing, the hedgerows come to life and trees start to leaf.  Days become longer and you feel happy to be alive. One of the most beautiful sights in England are the bluebell fields … Continue reading The Bluebell Park

Mardon

One Evening a Month …

I don't really do New Year resolutions, but this year one of the thoughts I had was that I'd try to continue with the latter half of past year and ensure I upload at least one post a month.  Today is the 31st January so I'm already cutting it fine! The other "resolution" is to learn … Continue reading One Evening a Month …

Nikita Crombie

Nikita Crombie

I love photography.  As you may have been able to tell from the few posts I've put up so far, my direction has always been primarily concentrated toward landscapes.  For a long time though, I've been enviously following lots of talented portrait photographers on platforms such as Flickr and Instagram longing to do similar work myself … Continue reading Nikita Crombie

The Salmon Leap

A Dartmoor Autumn

Lots of local photographers seem to start rushing around and gathering their Autumn images as early as the end of September.  For me, this is somewhat early - I much prefer the rich colours of fall as we head into November with the crisp mornings and fresh air beginning to hint toward the icy and bleak grip of … Continue reading A Dartmoor Autumn