Saturday, 3 December 2011

Outdoor Flash



Fill in flash. Outdoors in daylight you can use flash to add a catchlight to eyes so they don't look dead but have a sparkle.


Fill in flash. For portraits on a sunny day you can use flash to remove harsh shadows, maybe from a hat. Just force on the flash.

Create a black background in daylight by manually under exposing to produce a dark or black picture then use flash to light the subject.

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Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Photo Editing



Beyond The Camera






It could be said the photo can be taken a second time on the computer!

A PC auto correction could correct your photo in one click.


Tight cropping can help remove unwanted objects from the image.

Cropping for a better composition can easily be done on a PC. Remember that if the image needs to be printed at a later stage then the cropped image aspect ratio needs to match the paper to avoid big white boarders to one set of sides or more unwanted cropping in the printing process.

Groups. By taking more than one image at a time, if someone blinks or looks not quite right then swap their eyes, face or head from another image on the PC.

By taking photos in colour you have the choice to keep them in colour or change it or some of it to black and white on the computer.




Remove spots and blemishes.

Whiten eyes .

Smooth out lips.

Reduce lines under eyes.

Colour hands or skin in general to match face foundation or just colour to look tanned.


Saturday, 1 October 2011

Street Photography


Great for travel photography.


When visiting a new town or city, we look more at details that we would not normally see.


Candid shots not posed.


People and animals.


Capture ordinary observations that others miss.


Public place / domain.





Normally black and white but also some colour.


Society and its surroundings.


Urban / city decay.

Atmospheric weather.

Legally you can photograph someone in a public place and even have it published without their consent, using an editorial release. If at the time of photographing things get nasty then this could lead to a civil disorder, which is a different matter. Good luck.

Thursday, 1 September 2011

Black and White



By taking photos in colour you have the choice to keep them in colour or change some or all of the image to black and white on the computer.


By converting your images into black and white on the PC, contrast filter effect can be applied to make the colour tones quite different.

The main filters are red, green yellow, orange and blue.

When converting to black and white on the PC, red filter effect will make red tones lighter and make blue and green darker.

When converting to black and white on the PC, orange filter effect will make orange and red tones lighter and make yellow, blue and green darker.

When converting to black and white on the PC, yellow filter effect will make yellow, orange and red tones lighter and make blue darker.

When converting to black and white on the PC, green filter effect will make green tones lighter and make blue, orange and red darker.

When converting to black and white on the PC, blue filter effect will make blue tones lighter and make yellow, orange and red darker.

So a landscape with blue sky and some fluffy white clouds in black and white with a yellow, orange or red filter would produce a darker grey sky with fluffy white clouds.

Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Camera Gear Tips (What's in the bag)


All the gear no idea! Don’t waste money on expensive camera gear unless you are sure you need it, there is usually a cheaper alternative. It’s all about the picture. A good photographer with a simple set up will easily beat a novice with all the gear.

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What's in the bag?

Canon DSLRs 70D & 550D
Spare Batteries
Spare Memory Card
Canon 50 1.8 Lens
Canon 10 - 18 Is lens
Canon 18 - 55 IS Lens
Canon 55 - 250 Is lens

Filters
3 Tripods
5 in 1 Reflector
TTL Bounce Flash Gun
Manual Bounce Flash Gun
Small Manual Flash Guns
Spare Batteries
TTL Flash Lead
1 Flash Gun FM Radio Trigger
3 Flash Gun FM Radio Receivers
Flash Slave Trigger
3 Lighting Stands
3 Mains powered Flashes
Mains UV Lamp
Shoot Through White Umbrella
Reflective White/Silver Umbrella
Reflective Silver Trifold Umbrella
Grey pop up backdrop with black/white train
Laptop with photo editing software


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Most people do not use half the features on their camera, if not any just leaving it on auto. Take photos using all the settings. Get to know your camera.

Compact, bridge, system or SLR. Compact and bridge cameras have a similar small size sensor.

The system camera has a smaller body to an SLR but when the lens is added, it’s not so small but more limited.

Camera shake. By placing the camera on a small, cheap tripod the cameras self timer can be used to help take blur free photos. The vibration control can be switched off to save power and avoid confusing the camera.

Filters were very popular with film cameras. Now most things can be done quite easily on the PC.


Filters that are still used today are UV, polarizing and N.D.

UV filters as the name suggests can cut out or reduce UV light, it can be left on the lens at all times to act as a lens protector not only from knocks but rather than you forever cleaning the front element of your lens and removing the multi coating.

Polarizing filter. Can reduce reflections and can make skies a darker blue.
ND filter. A neutral density filter will reduce the amount of light reaching the cameras sensor. Useful on a bright day when you want a slow shutter speed to blur moving water.

Reflectors can be used to bounce light back. Great for backlit portraits.

A reflector can help remove shadow like fill in flash but is less harsh and more controllable.

Fast lens. Zoom lenses tend to be slower than prime lenses, but more versatile.

SLR’s and lenses. Most people tend to use the same one lens the majority of the time.


Tripod. Great for reference point for you and your group when you have stepped forward to make composition adjustments.


A reflector can be anything, a white card, silver car windscreen blind or a pop up camera reflector. A white reflector will be more natural, gold more warming while silver will have the brightest reflection it will also look the coldest.


Zoom and prime lenses. A zoom lens can vary its focal length. A prime lens has a fixed focal length, great if you always do a certain sort of photography.


A shower curtain can act as a big, cheap light diffuser.


The problem with digital SLR's is that if they are not full frame then there is a magnification ratio which is great for making telephoto lenses more powerfull but they also make wide angle lenses less wide. For true wide angle you need full frame.


Camera image stabilisation will help hold the camera steady in low light or using telephoto but if the shutter speed is not fast enough and the subject is moving it could blur. A fast lens will give a faster shutter speed so less blur all round.


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Friday, 1 July 2011

Composition Tips


Composition. Rule of thirds. Try not to put people, objects or horizons in the centre of a picture but off centre.

Merger. Avoid things growing out of peoples heads. Don't just look at the ground but shift your eyes to the background.If there is a merger then move yourself.


Boarder mergers. Feet, heads, hands etc being cut in half by the edge of the picture. This can be caused by noy being close enough to the view finder, or problems with glasses. To fix this move back or zoom out.


A large aperture or small F number is great for blurred backgrounds in portraits.

A small aperture or large F number is great for adding depth of field to landscapes.

Frames. Pictures can be framed to give foreground interest. This can be anything, trees, windows, doorways even people.






The strongest lines for leading the the eye around the picture are curves in a "s" shape.

The cameras TTL metering is usually excellent but in a high contrast seen, by exposing for the highlights can add atmospheric shadows.

At night a slow shutter speed can record car tail lights as painted red lines. Make sure the camera is on a tripod or solid surface.
 

Sea, streams & waterfalls. Create a moody atmospheric picture where water is moving by slowing down the shutter speed.

Sunny day. If the subject is in the shade but has a bright background, set the exposure for the subject and keep the background overexposed.

Although we should focus on the eyes re-compose the portrait so the eyes are off centre and two thirds towards to top of the frame.


Overexpose a portrait by 1 stop to make skin tones brighter.


Tight cropping can help remove unwanted objects from the image.

Let colour lead your eye around the picture.

Lines can lead the eye around the picture.

Diagonal lines make a strong composition.

Shapes like triangles and diamonds make a strong composition.




Water is great for reflections, not just mirror calm lakes or seas but rain water puddles and wet surfaces.

Sunrise and sunset add a magical element when reflected off objects.

Tripod. Great for reference point for you and your group when you have stepped forward to make composition adjustments.


High key and low key. High key has more light tones, low key has more dark tones.

Blurring the background can easily be done with a wide aperture and a long zoom.

Sunday, 5 June 2011

Flash Photography Tips


For more naturally lit portraits, if the camera is held vertically and the flash is to one side of the lens, make sure it is on top.

A reflector can help remove shadow like fill in flash but is less harsh and more controllable.


Any white surface like a white panelled door can be used as a white back drop, put a flash on it.

Bounce flash. Direct flash can produce harsh flat lighting with unnatural shadows. Indoor natural day light with or without artificial lights will produce a more natural picture but could give low light problems. Bounce flash has a more natural feel.

A shower curtain can act as a big, cheap light diffuser.

Create soft flash lighting by simply taping some tracing paper or film over the flash. For best effect make sure the paper is not touching the flash but bowed out.

Off camera flash can give side lighting to a face or object to give the picture more depth or a 3D effect.

Off camera flash. The flash gun can be triggered by the main flash if it is fitted with a slave. The limitations being loss of TTL metering, range of cameras main flash, not woring in bright light and being triggered by another cameras flash.

Off camera flash. By using the camera, flash gun and a flash lead the cameras TTL metering can be kept. The only limitation being length of lead.

Off camera flash. By using the camera, flash gun and a flash trigger and receiver(s). This system needs to be quite expensive to maintain the cameras TTL metering.


The flash fires at such a fast speed it will freeze action. It also fires at such a fast speed that that the camera shutter speed will not affect the flash exposure. Whether the exposure is 1/200 of a second or 30 seconds, the flash exposure will be the same. The only thing that the shutter speed will do, is alter the ambient light. To alter the effect of the flash output the f stop or ISO will need to be altered. More ISO is more grain/noise. By setting the camera to around f8, you can go up or down on the f nuber to easily change the effect of the flash.



Thursday, 19 May 2011

Weddings





To be a successful professional wedding photographer you should know business management, advertising, web development, computer technology, art and photography. Good luck!

Ask what type of wedding photos are required.



Traditional - posed photos looking at the camera.

Modern - reportage, photojournalist, documentary, tell a story, candid (fly on the wall).

Or a mix of both.

Go online and search for photos of the venue for ideas.

Visit the venue in advance.

When visiting the wedding venue take photos to add to the ones on the day.

Ask around to find out what are the most popular places to have photos taken.

Check out the direction of the sunlight.



Have a plan if the weather is bad. It may change later in the day for outdoor shots. Shoot more indoors at the service or reception, stairs, corridors, entrance of the buildings (bring a umbrella), in the car, or offer to shoot another day free of charge.

Get as many vital peoples phone numbers to help if someone is missing for a group shot.

Make a list so you don't forget anything on the day.

At the house. Close ups of dress(lace/stitching detail), shoes, garter, flowers.







Arriving at the service. Guests. The couple.

At the service.

After the service.

Bride and Groom

Bride and Bridesmaids

Groom & Groomsmen

Wedding Party

Family Members

Outside. Reception.

Wedding Breakfast Reception before the guests arrive.

The favours.

Cutting the cake.

Throwing of the bouquet.

First dance.


Position yourself facing the guests. A slow shutter speed, 1/2 second, a steady camera, and keep shooting. Hopefully you will get the couple illuminated by the guests camera flashes.










Groups. By taking more than one image at a time, if someone blinks or looks not quite right then swap their eyes, face or head from another image on the PC.








Guests - couples, groups, talking, smiling, laughing & dancing.

When shooting small children, get down to their level.








Make sue you shoot everyone. I like to shoot them with my Canon!
Go with any last minute changes and keep cool.


Thursday, 21 April 2011

Children Photography Tips






Small Kids Portrait. Keep them entertained or get someone to entertain them, to get that magic smile.



High key lighting is generally better for children and older women.




Groups. By taking more than one image at a time, if someone blinks or looks not quite right then swap their eyes, face or head from another image on the PC.


Friday, 25 March 2011

Portrait Photography Tips






To avoid blank facial expressions, make sure they know when you are taking the photo, say something like cheese, smile or 1, 2, 3.




Props can be a great way of bringing out someone’s character.




Focus lock on the eyes re-compose the portrait so the eyes are off centre. Rule of 3rds.




Posing. Posed shots hardly ever look natural. Take your time and wait for the person to relax and pose themselves. Sometimes a bit of direction is required.




Groups. By taking more than one image at a time, if someone blinks or looks not quite right then swap their eyes, face or head from another image on the PC.




Eyes. One catch light is more natural looking. Additional catch lights can be removed on the PC.















Most things photography wise have been done to death, except yours friends and family. So snap away.

Relax and gain trust of your subject by simply chatting before taking pictures.



Eyes. Try to have the same amount of white of the eye visible on each side.













When photographing someones portrait, focus on the eyes.






Make people look good. You can choose a coloured background to match their eyes.

Create a dreamy look by over exposing the portrait.

Formal group portraits. The informal shots just before and after the "formal" shot is to be taken can be fun and show peoples character more.

Flash & ISO. In low light conditions a low ISO will make the background darker and give harsh portrait lighting.

Flash & ISO. In low light conditions a high ISO will make the background lighter and make a more natural picture.

No flash & ISO. In low light conditions a high ISO means a faster shutter speed that can reduce the chances of a blurred image.

Reflectors can be used to bounce light back. Great for backlit portraits.

Although we should focus on the eyes re-compose the portrait so the eyes are off centre and two thirds towards to top of the frame.

Fill in flash. Outdoors in daylight you can use flash to lighten a backlit portrait. Just force on the flash.

Overexpose a portrait by 1 stop to make skin tones brighter.

For more naturally lit portraits, if the camera is held vertically and the flash is to one side of the lens, make sure it is on top.

A large aperture or small F number is great for blurred backgrounds in portraits.

A small aperture or large F number is great for adding depth of field to landscapes.

A reflector can help remove shadow like fill in flash but is less harsh and more controllable.

Make your subject standout by bluring the background.

When getting in close, use telephoto to flatter your subject.

Portrait, no flash & ISO. In low light conditions a high ISO means a faster shutter speed that can reduce the chances of a blurred image.



It could be better to have a low quality blur free  picture that a high quality blurred snap.

Portrait. To avoid the “Tin Soldier” look, turn the body.

Spectacle wearers. Position yourself, the glasses or the flash to avoid unwanted direct flash reflections.

Soles of the feet are not sexy.

Make people look good. This can be done before and after the photo has been taken. With clever camera angles, height and direction to the model, long legs can look longer, a looking up stretched neck can reduce a double chin. On the PC, spots, blemishes and wrinkles can be removed or reduced.


Tripod. Great for reference point for you and your group when you have stepped forward to make composition adjustments.


Any white surface like a white panelled door can be used as a white back drop, put a flash on it.

High key lighting is generally better for children and older women.

Low key can be great for showing men’s character lines.














Bounce flash. Direct flash can produce harsh flat lighting with unnatural shadows. Indoor natural day light with or without artificial lights will produce a more natural picture but could give low light problems. Bounce flash has a more natural feel.
Fill in flash. Outdoors in daylight you can use flash to add a catchlight to eyes so they don't look dead but have a sparkle.


A reflector can be anything, a white card, silver car windscreen blind or a pop up camera reflector. A white reflector will be more natural, gold more warming while silver will have the brightest reflection it will also look the coldest.

If needed, teeth can be cleaned to avoid extra work on the PC.

Eyes. Ambient light will affect the size of pupil. Too much light and the pupil will be too small. Too dim and the pupil will be too big. The pupil should be half the size of the iris.




Hands. Women with large manly hands. The back of the hand is fine for men but for women to be more flattering, the hand can be turned to show only the inside or outside edge of the hand.



Saturday, 26 February 2011

Comments

28 February 2016

A wonderful relaxed atmosphere and day. Happy to try anything I wanted as well as bringing forward his own ideas!

20 February 2016

Andy is very passionate about photography and he made me feel very welcome. He was great to work with and the images were amazing. Would work with him again and again!

21 October 2015

Andy is a lovely chap, very easy to get on with and great with our little 10 week old baby. He has taken some lovely photos which we will cherish for ever.


9 Mar 2015

We had a wonderful day with Andy when we got married, and so many lovely photos now to look back at. He's so helpful and easy to get along with. Everyone commented on how you didn't really notice he was there, which was great for the candid shots! And he suggested having a photo booth at the hotel in the evening, which has given us lots of lovely portraits and family group shots. Go with Andy, you won't be disappointed. Thanks Andy :) Michelle and Liam.
Sent: Sun, 16 Mar 2014 0:36
Subject: RE: Tilly

Andy, they are absolutely stunning, so natural, thank you x



23 Oct 2013

My wife and I own the Keep Hotel in Yeovil, Somerset and after opening an additional four rooms we asked Andy to take photographs of the rooms so they could be added to our web site. It is important to us that we have high quality images that represent our luxury boutique accommodation, that shows our customers the high standard of our new rooms. Andy's professional and enthusiastic approach to photography has had the end result of adding beautiful images that will help to sell and represent our new rooms on our web site and photo gallery. I would recommend Drewphilip photography services to anyone seeking high quality photograph and would like to thank Andy for his professional service, excellent images and his personal attention to detail. Thank you, good work.
Richard Brett. The Keep hotel Yeovil Somerset.

The Keep Hotel, 8 South Street, Yeovil, BA201QE.
Tel: +44 (0)1935 479 768.


Thu, 30 May 2013 17:47:22
Subject: RE: Wedding Pics
Absolutely brilliant andy top job they are ace photos! Thankyou
Lots of love tara dan and isla



Sun, 23 Dec 2012 10:39
Andy offers an all round professional service, he's a very relaxed individual who makes his subjects feel at ease.
Fantastic standard of photography at our wedding. Would (and have) use(d) again.




2012-12-10 10:35:16

Had a great shoot with Andy on Saturday. We did a variety of pictures in his home studio and also out on location both in a rural area and the town centre. He was also happy to take couple photos of me and my partner, which was really nice as this is not something I usually get the opportunity to do on a shoot. He also took some individual shots of my boyfriend too. He made us both feel really relaxed in front of the camera and spent lots of time making sure everything was perfect - we ended up shooting for over 5 hours! We had a great day.
Cat




Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2012 21:32


The photo's from my 30th Birthday party were excellent, I was pleased that all the guests were caught on camera too (fancy dress) :-).





Date:Tue, 27 Nov 2012 22:00

Andy has been excellent in taking pictures for both myself with my various band activities and at the music festival I help at, Pitfest at Pitney Playing Fields. A great guy and real enthusiast, puts you totally at ease with his easy going manner. For a guy that is building his portfolio, I'd say you're getting an absolute bargain so give a call. Clive Atkins.


08 November 2012 12:19
RE: anti-austerity march

Andy,


Thanks so much – I viewed your photos last night.

In my opinion, you have captured the ‘good-natured’ atmosphere of the day very successfully.
Some of your shots are excellent and worthy of a ‘wider audience’ – had you thought of down-loading them to one of the Union/TUC sites?

Reviewing your photos also reminded me again how much I enjoyed witnessing the ‘bizarre and whacky’ mixture of protesters on that day and it is heartening to know that in spite of our obvious cultural differences, we can still be united by a common cause.

Kind regards,

Nick























Sent: Sun, 4 Nov 2012 6:34
Subject: Fw: wedding photos

Hi Andy - Praise indeed from a happy bride, (see below).
Meanwhile thank you once again for being my second cameraman and hope you managed to get in some shots you can use for advertising as a wedding photographer.
See you soon - Keith.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012 1:10 PM
Hi Keith
I came by today and picked up our photos and just wanted to say how lovely they are! We are just over the moon at what amazing photos you and Andy have taken. Thank you so very much for them.
Take care
Ria

Date: 21/09/2012 06:50
Subj: wedding photos

Hi Andy - most impressed with your wedding photos! Many thanks for your help and being in the places I couldn't get to. The couple are going to be thrilled with your results. you can be my righthand man anytime.

You are well up on most of the local wedding photographers and I'd feel completely at ease handing on any wedding job to you and I probably will.

Keith. 


Tue, 7 Aug 2012 11:21
Hi Andy.
Thank you so much for the excellent photos you did for Pitfest. They are exceptional and performance shots have captured so much ambience and dynamic.
Again, many many thanx for your generous and exceptional contribution. We will be holding a party for all who helped make the event a success. I hope you will be able to come.
Cheers n Beers
Rolf


19 Jul 2012 17:12
Hi Andy
These are great, its appreciated Thank you very much
Dave
Southern Folk





15 Jul 2012 13:17:41

Andy thank you so much for the photos you sent of Dave and Coralies party they were brilliant !! Well done mate.


Vicki





30 Jun 2012 13:37:04
I love this photo :) x

Danii



2012-06-17 11:49:10
Had a great location shoot with Andy. You were easy to work with and had some great ideas. Will look forward to the edited pictures. Thanks for an enjoyable shoot. Adele


2012-06-16 00:27:38
Had an awesome shoot with andy yesterday!!! gave very good direction and very easy to talk to and get along with :) look forward to working with him again thanks x

Poppy




13 Jun 2012 20:14:06

Great photos again Andy, thanks for these!
Sarah xx




6 Jun 2012 21:45:25

Dear Andy
Some lovely photos. Thanks for sending them.
Best wishes
Angela







2 May 2012 21:05:15
Hi Andy, many thanks for sending again! My mistake!
Photos of boys are great.
Becky




1 May 2012 09:42:47

Andy i love them! Brilliant, thank you!
i am sans laptop currently so have had a look on work pc and they look great! Cant wait to get my laptop back (please please please please!!) so that i can add them to various ports!
Awesome work, thank you!

Sarah


2012-04-20 10:38:29
Just had an amazing location shoot with Andy. A true gentleman, great fun, great ideas, and a great shoot. Thanks so much Andy, was a real pleasure working with you.
Sarah


20/04/2012 18:07
Hiya

Thanks for the pics they're great. Glad you had a good time...........we did.

Thanks again, see you soon

J&K


xx





2012-03-08 12:27:33
Hey! Aww thankyou very much :) Was nice to meet you too. Good luck with everything! FionaM



04/12/2011 14:38
fantastic photos Andy. I look like the kid in all of them!

Mike


29/11/2011 23:46

Thankyou for the Bonfire pics - keep em coming .
Andy



29/11/2011 21:19

Hi Andy

Pictures great!! Really pleased there are lots we can use. Thought the banana shot v cute. Adey arrived home tonight and was surprised James was so good. Thanks we owe you!!

Take Care

Becky & Adey



15/10/2011 17:35

Bonjour mes amis, Merci beaucoup pour les photos. Tres bon, ils sont tres belles. Bonne de douche.

A bientot,

Jean et Emmelle




01/04/2011 11:34
Hi Andy,
Thanks for the impressive photos.
Regards,
Andy




08/01/2011 02:27 
Dear Andy,
Finally got around to looking at your 'snaps' .
Excellent effort, many thanks.

Andy






December 28, 2012 12:10pm
Beautiful model...gorgeous visual session. Great photography!!

TMA Photo and Retouch
 New York, New York, US


September 29, 2012 4:03pm
Love your shooting style!!

AKBAR
Paterson, New Jersey, US


August 17, 2012 4:20pm
Very nice work...some excellent poses...

Bland Lipscomb
Marietta, Georgia, US


August 17, 2012 3:14pm
Great variety! Dig the location, the lighting, and the model. :)

Astraea1
Salt Lake City, Utah, US


June 22, 2012 6:43am
Nice

Billy G Photography
Bridgeton, New Jersey, US





July 21, 2012 3:46pm
Joie de vivre... this made me smile. Nice pose, expressive and well judged
buddygb
London




April 12, 2012 2:14pm
love the pose and the natural lightning with the shadows. nice work!
Neonia
Helsinki, Finland

April 06, 2012 1:59pm
You framed this up perfectly! Fun pose, tons of energy, and she's a doll. Keep up the great work, my best regards,
MPT Photographics
Knoxville, Tennessee


March 07, 2012 12:54pm
Pretty model, just a killer good expression and pose
Aquiline Photography
Colorado Springs, Colorado





March 31, 2012 3:43pm
So much goes into making a great image, for example: Mood, Attitude, Expression, Stare and being able to make it all look elegant at the same time. I have to say you bring it all right here to this shot. This is definitely a favorite of mind. Keep up the awesome work. Luv this shot, you did a very good job of capturing it all. Well done!

Jake Jacobs Manteca, California




March 23, 2012 8:10am
Pov and dof are excellent, the blurred effect really brings the focal point exactly where you want it on the beautiful model!


Legacy UK Photography





May 07, 2012 7:54am
Her beautiful face is well-framed by both the curls and the hood. 

AgX
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US



April 06, 2012 2:01pm
Hooded shots can be tricky, but you two nailed this one - terrific key/fill lighting. My best regards,

MPT Photographics
Knoxville, Tennessee, US



March 23, 2012 8:08am
Really well-done backlit shot. Love that the fur and her hair blend


BLOW-UP

Los Angeles, California, US
Baltimore, Maryland, US
 





June 22, 2012 6:42am
Beautiful composition, and apparently very good timing. Lovely with the hint of leg outline lit.

RedwoodForest

Portland, Oregon, US



April 02, 2012 8:58am
love the light use!

LaoZart

Passaic, New Jersey, US
Manchester, New Hampshire, US
New York, New York, US



March 26, 2012 2:51pm
like the natural lighting and effect here !!

keith cimera

 Caldwell, New Jersey, US



March 25, 2012 4:13am
Very well done, love 35MM.

Austin IMagemaker

Austin, Texas, US



March 24, 2012 9:59am
Very pretty lighting! Lovely white styling too.

Laura CC Chandler

 Virginia Beach, Virginia, US



March 07, 2012 1:08pm
Wonderful light and pose. Very nice!

CowlickCreative

Cleveland, Tennessee, US 





   

February 28, 2013 11:54am
stunning portrait here love her eyes
Talent Photography
San Diego, California

February 01, 2013 9:08am
Loving the eyes in this one
Brianne Leary
OTTSVILLE, Pennsylvania

February 01, 2013 12:25am
Beautiful very expressive model..killer eyes:)
HarryL
 Chicago, Illinois

January 04, 2013 11:55am
Great shot and love those eyes
TinaMadison
December 28, 2012 12:16pm
fantastic capture
Liliana Page
Westland, Michigan

November 06, 2012 3:41pm
Muted colors and beautiful lighting make for an outstanding image!!!
Darin Farano
California

September 29, 2012 4:07pm
Beautiful portrait. Nice lighting and expression.
JIOPIX
Toronto, Ontario, Canada     

September 29, 2012 4:05pm
Love this model's expression ... great light as well!!
AKBAR
Paterson, New Jersey

July 21, 2012 3:58pm
great headshot intense eyes
Upstate Productions
New York
June 22, 2012 6:57am
Love the tight framing here, simple but eye catching pose works perfectly!
gncPhotography
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

May 21, 2012 12:00pm
Nice headshot.....love the capture of the models eyes
tonic x
Bridport, England

May 07, 2012 8:07am
Great headshot. Like how you lit this. Love her eyes.
Doug Aday Photography
Florida, US

May 07, 2012 8:01am
really pretty eyes~
Krystal-LynnVisions
New York, US

May 07, 2012 7:54am
Great capture of a gorgeous model with beautiful eyes... awesome.
Photos by Dennis
MCDONOUGH, Georgia, US
April 06, 2012 1:08pm
Fantastic shot. Beautiful model. Lovely eyes!
ESR Photography
Texas, US

March 25, 2012 4:40am
beautiful eyes that look at you
germanbeijing
Beijing, Beijing, China
   

March 25, 2012 3:47am
Fantastic - love the tight framing drawing all focus on those gorgeous eyes!
gncPhotography
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

March 25, 2012 3:30am
Nice capture!
Majestic Vision
Cambridge, England, United Kingdom

March 22, 2012 3:51pm
beautiful eyes nice framing
Relief Pictures
Jefferson City, Missouri, US

March 20, 2012 4:21pm
It's cold out there.. Nice!!
Hugo Paez Photography
Rockville, Maryland, US



March 03, 2013 4:04pmbeautiful work
love the color

-fpc-
Port Chester, New York



January 09, 2013 4:36pm
Nice job and the post work adds to this capture
M-I Photograph
San Antonio, Texas








January 04, 2013 3:23pm

I love the editing you have done on this photo. Gorgeous!


KaylaFino Columbia, Missouri

December 30, 2012 1:04pm
Very pretty and highly attractive image!!!
TMA Photo and Retouch
New York


January 24, 2013 11:16am
I love the colors in this shot!
Anastasia Heart
Sacramento, California



December 17, 2012 1:36pm
Beautiful!
MollyAlice
Langhorne, Pennsylvania


December 08, 2012 4:13am
Love the colors on this one. Beautiful. :-)
Kelli Kaleidoscope
Bristol


July 21, 2012 3:26pm
Very interesting. Kind of confusing at first, but when you get in there and look it makes perfect beautiful sense.
GingerArtistry
Kearney, Nebraska, US 



July 21, 2012 3:21pm
okay... I didn't get this at first, but... it's pretty cool...
BH fotografik
San Diego, California


May 21, 2012 12:02pmGreat contrasted of colours
tonic x
Bridport



April 29, 2012 7:44pm
Lovely!
The fascination
Kitchener, Ontario


April 07, 2012 5:26amLove the colours, great shot.
Victoria Peachey
London



April 06, 2012 2:02pm
Very creative editing - love the purple tones. My best regards,
MPT
MPT Photographics
Knoxville, Tennessee



April 02, 2012 10:39am
Very cool effect here, beautiful natural model and pose.
Kaitlin Gordon
Iowa City


March 27, 2012 4:19pm
Love the colours and the concept of this shot. Gorgeous model too.
sezzC
Frome


March 27, 2012 7:57am
i like the colors in this~
Krystal-Lynn
Hastings, New York



March 26, 2012 2:52pmgreat colors and pose capture !!
keith cimera
Caldwell, New Jersey  


March 25, 2012 3:49am
amazing tones in this she is great with her poses too
Terrence C Photography
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


March 23, 2012 8:25am
lovely shot
Erin Holman
Nicholasville, Kentucky



March 20, 2012 4:32pm
Nice concept!
Dominic Dean
London








December 31, 2012 1:02amSo innocent and stunning!
May Rinn
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

December 17, 2012 1:40pmquite adorable
steven wrigley warner
San Francisco, California

August 07, 2012 10:03am
Love this
Tonii Jay
Sherborne


July 21, 2012 4:18pmInnocence with an edge. Great image.
David L
Macon, Georgia

July 21, 2012 3:26pmVery innocent. Beautifully captured!
GingerArtistry
Kearney, Nebraska

June 22, 2012 1:15am
Beautiful capture of childood innocence that reminds me of my favorite toys. Great work!
Michael Goltz
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

May 07, 2012 7:54am
the expression is quizzical and cute
macspixEXTRA
Colchester

April 27, 2012 11:06amsimply cute
DGO Photography
Gorinchem, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands    

March 27, 2012 4:27pm
Such a retro feel, lovely!
sezzC
Frome

March 27, 2012 11:58am
refreshingly original
Supermodel Photographer
Oyster Bay, New York

March 25, 2012 9:01amAwesome shot, I love it!
Greg Papazian
SHERMAN OAKS, California

March 25, 2012 3:46am
Love the emotion generated in this - sepia finish adds to the feel! Nice!
gncPhotography
Brisbane, Queensland

March 20, 2012 4:25pmLove this one. : )
KristianaRose
Denver

March 20, 2012 4:19pm
Oh, how sweet. Delightful moment of your expressive subject.
Reflected
New York

March 07, 2012 7:16pm
Attractive shot ~ i'm sure this takes many of us back to our own childhood and our favorite toys. Nicely done.
Latent Images of Oregon
Salem, Oregon

March 07, 2012 12:55pm
very thoughtful portrait
Aquiline Photography
Colorado Springs



December 28, 2012 12:15pm
nice series of images and poses, wonderful shot
Liliana Page
Westland, Michigan

September 29, 2012 7:33pm
great work -- love the location and the lighting
James Steel Photo
Los Angeles, California

August 05, 2012 5:51pm
I love this so much Andy, you have done an awesome job with this. It looks amazing!
sezzC
Frome

August 05, 2012 12:38am
Gorgeous model and a nicely placed set of images.
BradSharplesPhotography
Garden Grove, California

August 05, 2012 12:09am
This is a beautiful composit of a beautiful model set in pleasant outdoor locations. Congrats to all involved.
Stillman Photography
Los Angeles, California

August 04, 2012 11:51pm
Lovely series
Pars Lucis Photography







February 01, 2013 12:22am

Beautiful curves and very stylus presentation Love it!!!



Chicago



December 19, 2012 1:19pm

Nice little burlesque group, they look gorgeous. Great lighting on tihs group. D



Los Angeles



August 24, 2012 9:46pm

good times...


Baltimore, Maryland




July 21, 2012 4:19pm

Love the burlesque feel. Nice capture.
David L
Macon, Georgia



May 05, 2012 2:24am
Fun shot! Lovely models!
Stephanie L Hall
Tampa, Florida


April 23, 2012 9:41am
Great shot ;) x
Poppy Raine
Yeovil


April 19, 2012 2:33pm
Wow! i love this. Great pic and gorgeous models.
sezzC
Frome












June 26, 2013 3:05pm
Beautiful, love the effects from the sun...
Robert Hancheroff
Seattle, Washington



May 02, 2013 1:02pm
Great feeling in this one!
R-V-B Photography
Netherlands


February 17, 2013 12:41pm
simply stunning
xXDEBXx
Manchester


January 25, 2013 4:05pm
Wow...there's a story and a half in this image...fantastic!
MileHighPhotog



January 10, 2013 2:59pm
Beautifully done, love this!
Stephen King
Deltona, Florida


January 05, 2013 8:39am
I love flare sun flowers , this is sweet
Neil Snape
Toronto, Ontario, Canada


January 04, 2013 1:30pm
Super gorgeous!
Glamour Jessica
Clifton, New Jersey


November 12, 2012 3:04pm
Lovely mood.
Mark Rosa Photography
Ann Arbor, Michigan



November 03, 2012 4:42pm
Lovingly lit.
Reflected
New York


August 18, 2012 7:33am
Good romantic shot....
Peter Manik
New York



July 21, 2012 3:56pm
gorgeous backlighting on this one!
Joseph Brewster
Dallas, Texas


July 21, 2012 3:46pm
Amazing photography and beautiful use of natural light.
SANCTUAIRE
Tampa, Florida


June 28, 2012 11:38am
This is lovely !
Katythomas94



June 21, 2012 4:42pm
Nice use of available light
Michael Goltz
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


April 02, 2012 10:40am
Beautiful :]
Kaitlin Gordon
Iowa City


March 27, 2012 7:56am
great colors and mood to this
Krystal-Lynn
New York


March 22, 2012 3:50pm
beautiful nice use of natural lighting
Relief Pictures



March 10, 2012 4:45pm
Great use of the golden hour. Love the warm tones and lens flare.
Lawrence Christopher
Milwaukie, Oregon


March 06, 2012 10:50pm
Great lighting and a soft beautiful image.
Images of Light
Texas


March 06, 2012 10:28pm
beautiful light!!
Owlnights
Newcastle


February 20, 2012 9:44pm
Lovely!
The fascination
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada


January 28, 2012 8:36am
Beautiful :)
Elsa McKee
Exeter


January 10, 2012 12:59pm
The light you have captured here is lovely!
Lou-Martin
Bristol

January 08, 2012 2:53am
This is so beautiful! :') Such a gentle shot, everything about this set is amazing. The strong warm sun beaming down onto her golden hair, the location, the beautiful model and the great choice of outfit! Fantastic work!!
Cindy Louise Morris
Exeter


















July 23, 2013 11:38am

Now this is a portrait!!! I get a true sense of this child without knowing her! it is amazing! Not many can pull of a real portrait!
Betzabe Arzola

Los Angeles




July 21, 2013 3:27pm

beautiful eyes, love this shot
New Creative Images

Ontario




July 18, 2013 2:56pm

Striking photo.
New Art Photo

Los Angeles




July 09, 2013 1:56pm

cute shot, love the backlighting !
calvinbrockington

Dallas




April 05, 2013 5:30pm

I'm really liking this.
Gabo

London




March 01, 2013 3:33pm

Love the natural lighting, makes for a beautiful shot.
Cloud 9 Exposure

Tennessee




February 24, 2013 12:05pm

love the lighting and the positioning, one of my favourites!
Jess Cantell

Exeter




February 10, 2013 7:11am

- Preciousness -
parshimonz works

Japan




January 24, 2013 12:16pm

Lovely:)
Rosetta Risque

California




December 19, 2012 1:18pm

Great portrait , the flare coming over the shoulder is awesome. Very nice work here. D
Deforest Photography

Los Angeles




November 03, 2012 8:16pm

great capture of innocence, beautiful!
JCookPhotography

California




October 12, 2012 3:29pm

best in portfolio

Supermodel Photographer




September 29, 2012 4:04pm

Nice b&w...!!!
AKBAR

New Jersey




July 21, 2012 3:43pm

Gorgeous head shot
Sam2011

California




June 21, 2012 4:33pm

I love this shot. The angle of the head and back light are perfect!
Michael Goltz

Pittsburgh




April 27, 2012 11:05am

attractive headshot and perfect backlight, god pose
DGO Photography

Netherlands




April 12, 2012 5:06pm

Stunning natural B&W headshot!
ADP Alain Dejeans Photo

Montreal




April 07, 2012 5:26am

Beautiful b+w.
Victoria Peachey

London










April 02, 2012 10:38am

This is a great shot :D I love the angle, the back lighting, everything. Wonderful!

Kaitlin Gordon







March 27, 2012 4:27pm

Cute!

Sarah Tonnelier

Frome












Eliza C new portfolio

Monmouth, Wales

May 14, 2014 12:11am

Really nice series






Tammy simpson

Montreal

July 05, 2013 9:53am

nice love the location






Robert Hancheroff

Seattle

June 25, 2013 8:54pm

Nice series, love the action shot....






berk k

─░stanbul

May 21, 2013 2:24pm

fantasstic creations






Sarah Vamp

Las Vegas

April 05, 2013 5:43pm

Gorgeous lighting and location!






Micheal Miller

Seattle

December 22, 2012 3:23pm

Love the "blue" in these images.






Deforest Photography

Los Angeles

December 15, 2012 12:17pm

Great series with Danniella, she's gorgeous and your daughter did a great job with the reflector. Great series. D






The Model Zone

Illinois

November 18, 2012 8:29pm

I like this series!






bArtshot PsychoGraphy

Netherlands

November 03, 2012 4:43pm

Beautiful series!






Daniel Kostadinov

Sofia, Bulgaria

September 29, 2012 4:42pm

Nice!






AKBAR

New Jersey

September 29, 2012 4:03pm

By far one of the hottest series on here!!






Sarah Tonnelier

Frome

August 16, 2012 1:02pm

Love this one. Great images, lovely model. Really nice!


Robert Stedman

Singapore

August 05, 2012 12:34am

Great captures.






Sirius Star Photography

Missouri

August 04, 2012 11:57pm

Your model is both beautiful and sexy...tremendous energy in her poses, love the location and framing!






J E F F E R S O N

Colorado

July 22, 2012 8:07pm

Beautiful assemblage of images!






Jenny Velocitas

Oregon

June 22, 2012 10:38am

nice set! :) really like the top right image!






Grant_Briston

Blackpool

June 21, 2012 4:06pm

Love this, your work is great! :)





Photography of Eddie

Antioch, California

April 20, 2014 12:02am

Nice set!




THE IMAGE EDGE

Portland, Oregon

July 11, 2013 11:32am
Nice collage shows different aspects of her personality.


Tammy simpson

Montreal

July 05, 2013 9:54am
love this series! great job


berk k

─░stanbul

May 21, 2013 2:23pm
splendid concepts each of them are spectacular


FlawlessDoll

Fort Valley, Georgia

January 19, 2013 4:15pm
Awesome composition!! Love it!


Talent Photography

San Diego, California

January 04, 2013 2:20pm
stunning series love


James Steel Photo

Los Angeles

September 29, 2012 7:34pm
love the variety of poses, great natural light, very pro


M-I

August 17, 2012 3:51pm
Nice posing and captures. Good job


Austin IMagemaker

Austin, Texas

August 17, 2012 3:02pm
Ultra cool series!


TMA Photo and Retouch

New York

July 22, 2012 1:13pm

Gorgeous session...brilliantly done!!!


RedwoodForest

Portland, Oregon

July 21, 2012 3:25pm

These are all very nice. I particularly line the middle left, the pose and how the heels accentuate direction and length of legs.




GingerArtistry

Hutchinson, Kansas

July 21, 2012 3:25pm
Great series. Love every pose and location!


onions

Sydney

July 21, 2012 6:41am

Lovely model and series.. nice work! o(O_O)o




Sarah Tonnelier

Frome

July 15, 2012 9:08am

Love this, great images, and the model looks so natural. xx




Kara Camille Delonas

Kearny, New Jersey, US

November 07, 2014 9:17am
Very special, beautiful work






Altered States Imaging

Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada

October 12, 2014 3:17pm

Love the effect of great depth created in this image.the models pose and expression compliments the regal surroundings.