Nose to nose!
It’s funny when you take a photograph for a family, you let it go into their ownership and just hope it is cared for. I’d like to think this one of father and daughter becomes something they treasure over the years.
These were just lovely to work with at Stubton Hall
Fabulous day and the light was sublime!
Thanks to these two for getting involved in the portrait day. Great fun as you can see!
We’ll be announcing another portrait day very soon.
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Where? Gordon’s Studio, Bourne taken by Andy Siddens.
When? Sunday 13th Jan between 11am and 2pm.
Why? Building a fresh set of portraits to kick off a new gallery.
What? Casual, studio lit, B&W portraits
How? Just confirm a slot with Andy.
OK, What’s the catch?
It’s only a tiny catch!... to give permission for the portrait to be used on Andy’s website.
In return you will get a complementary 8x6” print and the digital file so you can use the photo wherever you want, Facebook, etc.
You don’t need to come alone, welcome to bring friend/partner for moral support or even their portrait too. Under 18’s must be accompanied by parent/guardian.
Let me know in advance so I can reserve a 20 minute slot - limited availability - already a few taken.
Andy is a member of the Royal Photographic Society and the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers. He has worked with established artists such as Midge Ure and Hazel O’Connor. He has had work published in Classic Rock magazine, the BBC website and many others.
Confirm by calling Andy on 07947 130257 or email email@example.com
Just 30 minutes out with the camera, time to consider what is ahead for my photography in 2019.
..and it is most likely to be portraits. Yes I know this isn’t a portrait, but this is thinking time. I know how I want to photograph next year. All will be revealed soon.
Photographs in every corner, such a small place but very photogenic!
...about the way elements in the frame sit together. Difficult to fit this photograph into any compositional rules, or to pigeonhole it into a category. But, just something draws me to it, Jaunty, out of focus, but....
Perhaps just because it is home?...and I'm not at home right now.
That was tough. Tougher than expected but determination won the day.
Earlier this year there was a moment when the website was about to take on a very different look. However, it has gone full circle and is back to being a showcase of some of the photography I've been doing.
So for now the dog portraits remain under wraps. But thank you to all those who modelled and helped me along the way.
Enjoying photography more than ever.