Tag: Liverpool

Tag: Liverpool

The Prattle Of Trafalgar

My clients don’t prattle, but this is my blog, so I do. And I need a catchy title to draw you in. I like doing character portraits – you can always be a bit more adventurous by telling the story through lighting, and of course you’ve always got people in front of you who emote. […]

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Return of the Soldier

The Hope Mill Theatre in Ancoats, Manchester, does a great job of putting on small productions but with massive talent. My most recent commission for them was The Return of the Soldier: ‘The Return of the Soldier, by Charles Miller and Tim Sanders, is a musical adaptation of Rebecca West’s remarkable novella written at the […]

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Run Wild, Run Free

Freerunner Richard Squires on the Liverpool waterfront. The Profoto B1s have the high-speed sync function, which I was keen to exercise. I don’t work much with subjects in motion, and have always been limited to a shutter speed of 1/160th, which isn’t fast enough to freeze quick motions. Being able to chop my exposures to […]

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The glove from above

Pictures from a test shoot that took place in New Era Boxing in Northwich. The inspiration, if I can talk about that, is to do with unexpected, or surprising scenarios. Most of the pictures I take are used to illustrate stories, accompany articles and so forth, and in these cases you are given your location, […]

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Apposites attract

Pictures from Liverpool based app company Apposing, for a feature in the Sunday Times. The team there have an original Mac computer into which they’ve slotted an Ipad with their own logo on it – they’ve also got a sinister stuffed black cat that stays curled up near the entrance. Not actual taxidermy, but has […]

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