Working with children is always a trip to the unknown. If they arrive too early they might be bored by the time you do the first click on your camera. Give them sugar and you have fireworks for the rest of the day so you might as well follow them around and shoot the moment they sit down, wherever that is. You might never catch them again. It’s important to remember these little tips before the shoot. It let’s you create great images and have a good interaction with the kids while shooting. They really enjoyed looking at themselves on camera, and it kept them interested enough to do a good fashion shoot. The props never survived the shoot and they split the flowers and the butterflies between them.
A while ago I got commissioned to do a corporate portrait of Antonia Watson, A NY Realtor working with some of the most expensive properties in New York. She was in London to open compare the UK market to theirs. I find out recently that she’s been appearing in a TV program called “Million Dollar Listing NY”. Here are some of the shots we did.
I had the chance to get to shoot a more natural kind of Corporate Portrait with this client. They wanted me to combine the natural light from the London skyline with a clean cut image of themselves. They were really happy with the results
These Corporate images were taken for Supranatural Hotels. They wanted a neutral background adding some character with the lighting.
These Corporate shots were taken in Central London for Private Equity Africa Magazine, who were writing an article on some great Corporate Buyout. Amazing what one can achieve when they just give you 15 minutes to set up and shoot.
“Ni Una Menos”
Today is the day Argentine women stood up and said “Ni una Menos”. In every corner of the world, they stood side by side to stop violence against women. Let’s just hope someone will finally listen and stop this craziness. This is my support to you.
This was a great project to work on. A series of abstract portraits created from both, the client’s and my ideas. To create an Art image combining more than one image merged cleverly into one. I still have plenty of material to work with from this shoot. Coming soon
Another lovely shoot for one of my clients. This time it was a group of necklessess designed for teething babies, so they can chew while playing with their mum. Great idea.
Nothing like a nice sepia tone to add character to some strong portraits.