It’s nearly here!
The most popular celebration of the year of the year is almost here and this is where the madness really begins! Christmas trees, decorations, visits to Santa and struggling to find that perfect gift for that someone who truly deserves something special this year.
What better way to show your appreciation to someone this year than ordering a custom sized photograph that can be put in a bespoke frame of your choice. There are so many images to choose from on this site that can be printed to any size and all you have to do is email me through the contact page or on social media (facebook/instagram).
This month I’ve decided that I’m sharing one creepy photo a day up to Halloween. This has proven tricky as I don’t actually have that many photo shoots that are horror/spooky based. This also means however, that I get to do more photo shoots. What other month is there that’s the best time to do horror photography? I’ve shared images that have a metaphoric meaning, that play on fears or just simply looks creepy. I have a few shoots planned using one prop only, which is an old soviet gas mask. These photos will be shared on social media, so keep your eyes peeled.
Here are a sample of horror images that I’ve previously taken, of which are all for sale (print to order), or check out my Instagram page for even more.
(New Studio One One Six)
Over the past few weeks, at Studio One One Six, we have all been busy working to move to a new work space. It is located in the ACAVA Spode Studios, which is part of the regeneration scheme on the Spode Works site.
Fortunately, I now have a bigger desk space, that a don’t really know what to fill with properly (yet). It also means I can now focus on my main career in photography which is event and product photography. We are having a collapsible studio in soon for product, art and portfolio photography.
This is a great and fresh start for us all and will bring us all many great prospects and future dwellings I suspect.
(New Work Space)
*Better photos will be uploaded soon
Experimenting with images
Recently I’ve been going back to what you’d class as non-digital Photoshop and printing out images to edit afterwards.
The recent experiments have included scratching, cutting out and sewing onto the photograph. There are many practice images for now but there will be a selection of this work up for sale soon. I have yet to perfect certain methods and to try many more, including using melted wax.