So for the past few months, I’ve been sitting with an expensive piece of equipment on the shelf unable to use it. That’s my DJI Mavic 2 Pro, and the reason being is that I didn’t have the necessary permissions/licenses/paperwork required to fly it commercially. After much consideration, speculation and further deliberation, I finally decided… Continue reading PfCO – Drone License? or just a Permit?
Seems like I’ve been doing a lot of work with Splento lately, and that is absolutely correct! This all spurred from the workshop I attended in Regent’s Park a few weeks back, I was asked if I would want to go up to Leeds for the weekend and shoot the participants in the World Triathalon… Continue reading Photoshoot – AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds 2019 – Splento
It was a very convenient timing that I was in the South of France at the same time as Will White last week. He was there photographing Moto Legends‘ new catalogue collection and before I knew it, I was roped into assisting him with the set. We were situated in the most idyllic of locations,… Continue reading Photoshoot – MotoLegends – South of France
Following the success of the last workshop in Newborn Photography, I did last month, I was eager to try something else. This Saturday in The Regent’s Park (London) there was a Race for Life run which we met up to try out different techniques in sports photography. I hired a Sony 70-200mm f2.8 GM lens… Continue reading Workshop – Sports Photography with Splento
Lately, I have been quite occupied with food photography shooting in the Farnborough area, documenting takeaway food for Deliveroo through Splento. Having had some hiccups and mostly successes at doing these jobs, I volunteered to complete the 60 remaining restaurants in the Manchester area that were due to be completed for the 8th of May.… Continue reading Food Photography in Manchester for Deliveroo