Girls in white dresses – timeless black and white images of childhood London SW3

Photography can trick us sometimes.  As I was taking these I was immediately reminded of similar 1950s documentary street photographers and the advent of black and white reportage photography with its obsession with capturing fleeting moments from everyday life… ‘to capture the sublime in the everyday’. So when I came to processing these them I […]

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documentary wedding photography TW11 – captured moments & the importance of my post-production service

Colour, black & white or an old time sepia effect?  This is just one of the decisions I consider in my post-production work after a wedding shoot or any event I’m covering. It’s something I love to experiment with –  when the image warrants it. As a rule I don’t like to mess about with […]

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Emblems of childhood: silhouettes

A while back I began a little series of posts entitled Emblems where I share images that help to explain my style, approach and various observations made the years I have been photographing children and families. So to kick this off again, I thought I’d share a silhouette shot from a recent day out in […]

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