Archive for August, 2010

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August 26th, 2010

My lovely Uncle Mike turns 60 years young today (altogether now … “Haaaaappy Birthday Uncle Mike!”) and on Saturday afternoon family and friends gathered to drink a toast (or several..) in his honour. Armed with my trusty DSLR I had the manic task of capturing images on the day and catching up with old family [...]

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August 19th, 2010

I had the great pleasure of visiting CK Polymers on Monday for a break away from my normal brief; this was an opportunity for me to view and shoot their operation at Brookenby, outside Binbrook in Lincolnshire. Plastics recycling is of course a growth industry, and the slickness of the operation at CK Polymers demonstrated [...]

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August 19th, 2010

Every now and again I see designs that make me squeeee (as my good friend Rachael calls it) with excitement .. this is one of them. How fabulous is this? Puzzle board.

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August 11th, 2010

I can’t help it .. I love romantically-themed stationery and that’s the direction we’ve gone in with the Burghley save the date card. Launched today on our Stylish Online website (click here to see the product detail), you can order “as is” or else feel free to add some customisation (please email us by clicking [...]

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August 10th, 2010

Producing wedding thank you cards always signals mixed feelings for me. It’s sad in that it’s the end of the wedding project which (as if often the case) we will have developed since the early planning stages and yet it’s gratifying also to have worked with a bride to ensure a theme is carried through [...]

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August 6th, 2010

Very often the argument for and against photo retouching rears it’s head and it’s never more fiercely contended than when it’s concerning portrait shots. This has often confused me. Why, I wonder, when someone pays a photographer would they want images that were untouched, displaying the dark circles under the eyes and the odd blemish [...]

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August 5th, 2010

It was my pleasure to photograph the team at Driver Hire Lincoln recently, not least because it presented all five feet four of me the challenge of photographing three men well over six foot at close range without having to point my lens in an upward direction .. (my two step ladder has since become [...]