Photography Tip 3 Middle Aged Women, how to look better in photos

October 02, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Tip 3 Middle aged women and how to look good in photos. The camera never lies - well,you'll be pleased to know it does. How many times have you started that crash diet after seeing yourself in a holiday snap looking at least a dress size bigger than you thought you looked? It is very important as a photogapher or as someone being photographed if...
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Photography Tip 2 - Middle aged women - How to look better in photos.

September 24, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Tip 2 - Middle aged women - how to look better in photos Last week I talked about positioning and how photographing for above helps improve the skin tone of us middle aged women - no saggy chins or jowly creasing. This week it's all about exposure. Please see the examples below. As you can see the one on the left is slightly more exposed than...
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Photography tips - middle aged women - how to look better in photos

September 18, 2017  •  1 Comment
How to look better in photographs and take better images. Having reached a significant birthday this year I have many Winchester friends and clients of a similar age who really don't like their photo taken. Today I am starting a series of 10 top tips: How to make us middle aged women look better in photos - it would be such a shame if in years to...
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A Choora Ceremony in Reading

September 16, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
A wonderful joyous occasion - The Choora. A Choora is a set of bangles that are usually red and white, traditionally made of ivory but now more often made of plastic. These bangles are worn by the bride on her wedding day. The Choora are worn for a year after the wedding day and removed by her in laws on her first wedding anniversary. The Choora...
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Winchester to Devon with a fellow photographer

August 30, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Winchester Wedding Photographer Goes West to Second Shoot. Second shooting is the term given to the second photographer at the wedding, nearly always chosen by the primary photographer. The primary photographer does all the pre wedding work and yep basically all the post wedding work too. I love both, primary and secondary shooting. It's just an...
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