Sunday, 22 April 2012
I have been having fun with some car photos recently! I just had an urge to try and create a dramatic product photo that could also be used as poster artwork. So I brought the car out to Crinan Ferry, Argyll.
With my studio lights and a flash gun I aimed to create some nice lines, flowing with the car, but at the same time retaining shadow to add a bit of atmosphere and depth. Thank you to Scott McPherson for lending me his beautiful BMW . I was incredibly sad when I had to give it back and return to my wee Ford Focus haha.
Here is the first photo, aiming to just be sleek and with plenty of shadows;
I then retook the photo adding the 5 extra lights to give it a bit more punch!
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Friday, 20 April 2012
As those of you who follow me on Facebook or Twitter will already know, I have entered the National Geographic "Traveler photo contest 2012". Any likes on the site would be much appreciated. Click the photo!
The photograph is part of a on going project focusing on the ancient sites located in the historic Kilmartin Glen, Scotland.
More images from that set;
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Wednesday, 18 April 2012
Spent the day yesterday at a brilliant seminar on wedding and boudoir photography. I was blown away by the quality of the albums. They are hand made with real leather, the same leather that Aston Martin use for their cars... Pointless fact of the day!
The amount of good advice we were given was astonishing and I came away feeling much more prepared.
I will be doing a one off £20 portrait day where you will receive a 10x8 print out of a selection of photographs. If you would like to register an interest just give me an email to let me know and you will receive an email before the deal goes public to help you get the best slot on the day possible.
Friday, 13 April 2012
It was a dreich and horrible morning but that didn't dampen these guys spirits. They were running around mad and having a great time. We chose to do these photographs at Carnasserie Castle, Kilmartin, Argyll as it was a place that the kids enjoyed spending time. I love doing this kind of shoot and look forward to my next clients coming to see me!
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Thursday, 12 April 2012
It was a lovely and cloudy morning at Kilmory Castle, Argyll. The kids were running around mad and having a great time. The walk and the gardens - as always - provided the perfect setting to capture both candid and fun poser photos. I love doing this kind of shoot and look forward to my next clients coming to see me!
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Labels: Argyll, child photographer, children, children photography, family photos, glasgow, Half price portrait, Kilmory castle, photographs, portrait deal, portrait photography
Gemma and John's wedding took place in Ardrishaig church, Argyll. It may have been a cloudy day but that didn't stop the fun from rolling on throughout the day. I just loved photographing these two as they were a lot of fun. I had a great day at their wedding and a brilliant time photographing the reception.
Gemma and john have since had a wee baby, Innes, I can't wait to photograph him!
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Location: Ardrishaig, Argyll and Bute, UK
Wednesday, 11 April 2012
David and Hazel chose the lovely Argyll Hotel in the town of Inveraray, Argyll for their wedding venue. I just loved photographing this couple. They were fun as well as a good laugh.
I had a brilliant time shooting this wedding and despite the horrible weather the rain stopped just long enough for us to get some cracking portraits in front of the loch. I have delivered the couple a beautiful leather album and look forward to the next time we meet.
I wish you all the best guys!
Louise, Greg and their two boys live in the same village as I, so shooting their wedding was a lot of fun as it was full of friendly faces. The couple were very relaxed which made it easy for me to get some brilliant shots!
The wedding was held in the magnificent "Eilean Donan Castle" which is one of the best wedding venues I have been to and look forward to going back again!
I did some portraits of their boys a short while afterwards.
I wish you all the best guys!
I was very happy when I came across one of my photos in the "Best Scottish Wedding" Magazine. Must mean I am heading in the right direction!
Monday, 9 April 2012
Congratulations guys! I wish you all the best.
"Jordan was very good at communicating and arranging our engagement photography shoot through email and phone conversations. On the day he was brilliant at seeking out spaces for some staged shots and then quietly followed us on our journey and got some wonderful natural shots. All in all he is a brilliant photographer with a bright future ahead of him and we will be sure to use him again for future shoots!" - Hayleigh
Wednesday, 4 April 2012
The boys from 32 Miles to Breakfast got me to do some band photos for them. They are all terrific musicians and you can check them out HERE on My Space.
32 Miles to Breakfast are a 5 piece Rock/Pop band. Although hailing from different parts of Scotland, the members of 32 Miles to Breakfast have adopted Glasgow as their musical home.
The band have played Glasgows best known venues such as King Tuts, The Classic Grand and the Barrowlands.
Up and coming gig;
32 Miles to Breakfast @ The Ferry April 13th
25 Anderston Quay Glasgow G3 8BX
Band Members; James Whyte, Bruce Mendes, Dennis Dignall, Alex McMahon, William McMahon