Thursday, July 26, 2007

Fashion - Post production

I shot this image during my weeks Fashion Photography Practice course at the London College of Communication amongst maybe 150 images and since then I have started to go over what I took and begun to see what I can do with it. I liked this shot which has a bit of saucyness to it, but felt it lacked something.
I used SilkyPix Developer Studio 3, a well critiqued RAW processor that I am trialling, to process the original file (it seems a really good bit of software that gets the best out of RAW files), then imported it into Photoshop CS3 and applied various blurs and filters using masks for selecting areas and blended in varying proportions until I got what I liked.

What do you think - a great success, or much ado about nothing??

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Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Fulham Palace Cemetery


I recently found quite by accident Fulham Palace Cemetery and found it a place of wonder, both uplifting and depressing. Overall it is well kept, but there are areas of tidy dereliction, and many signs of people really caring about people who have died a long. long time ago as well as more recently.

Amongst the many graves are some heart rending but at the same time wonderful graves of the very young, tended with love and imagination.

To see more of my pictures please look at the slide show, on which you can also leave comments

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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Fashion!

I have recently done some fashion shoots and you can see more of my work on my website.


I was taking a fashion photography practice course at the London College of Communication with photographer, Adrian Mott. He is an excellent teacher, imparting lots of useful information with wit and great clarity.

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