Earlier this year, I entered my images for Tabassum Mughal's look book into the PX3: The Prix de la Photographie in the Fashion Advertising category.
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of photographing a look book for Tabassum Mughal, a Pakistan based fashion designer.
One of the inevitable things about working in a creative industry, is that at some point you will be asked to work for free. I do believe there are times when working for free is a good idea, but you have to be careful not to be exploited.
I recently had the opportunity to shoot London Fashion Week for Maxwell Scott Bags. As always, there was a spectacular display of fashion both on the runways and the street style outside.
A few weeks ago I did a test shoot with the wonderful Bernadette Lemon. I wanted a crown or headpiece for one of the shots but it was short notice and I was on a very tight budget. So I thought I would make one myself.
I've recently posted a couple of blogs about the best equipment for starting photography and vlogging, where I mentioned I would write about buying camera equipment second hand. So in today's post, I've gone through the different places to buy second hand (and new!) cameras and accessories. There's also some general advice of things to be aware of when buying second hand.
Following on from my recent post What You Need When You Take Up Photography, and partially inspired by a friend asking for some advice on filming equipment for YouTube videos, I've written an equipment guide for those who want to take up vlogging or YouTube-ing, or anyone already filming that wants to take their work to the next level.
Last Saturday I joined thousands of people to participate in the Women's March in London. I had never been to a protest that size before, and I was excited to participate in the march.
I've recently been asked by a few people about photography kit when starting photography, so I thought I'd write a brief guide.