Monthly Archives: November 2014

Dutch News 10 Questions

At a borrel the other night I met the brilliant Robin Pascoe who invited me to do an interview for their Dutch News 10 Questions feature on their website; dutchnews.nl.  The results are below! With a few extra photos for illustration purposes … I can’t help myself! I am a photographer after all. Background info Name:…

Who are the clients that I work with?

Benjamin Arthur – Clients I remember my old days in the agency. Every credentials presentation we’d have to put together a logo soup of our current clients & brands. I never did one of these for my photography business … until now. And I am so blessed to be able to call every single one…

Remember, Remember – Guy Fawkes Night

In this season of Remembrance we Brits not only are thinking about the fallen in the First World war and all subsequent wars but also, for the 5th November, we remember the Gunpowder plot. Each year now I cover the British Society of Amsterdam’s big night celebrating Guy Fawkes Night. There are sparklers, spectacular fireworks,…

Autumnal walkabout

This beautiful couple celebrated their 1st anniversary recently and, as a present, Matt gave Laura a 2 hour walkabout session. We started in beautiful autumnal light and finished in total darkness … with an hour’s change and refreshing break in the spectacular Andaz hotel in between. It was one of the shoots of the year…

Portrait

Portrait head-shots are more important than ever before in the age of social media, LinkedIn and ubiquitous visualization of everything. This one of Ben Crabbe – a pastor with our local Church – grabbed me and is typical of my style.

Britsoc Photo Lesson #6 – Absorb your surroundings to construct your shot

 Technical details; Nikon D700. AF-S Nikkor 17-35mm, f/3.2, ISO 3200 @ 1/25th s “St.Paul at the Rijksmuseum” Rembrandt’s masterful self-portrait “Self-portrait as the Apostle Paul” which hangs in the Honor gallery in the Rijksmuseum, became the focus of this shot, which I took during the Pritzker Architecture Prize Dinner over the summer … an event…

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