Posts tagged Magazine
Are old digital cameras still viable in 2018? - Olympus PEN E-PL1

Moving on from the incredibly large Canon EOS 1D Mark III in my series of old cameras and their viability in 2018, brings us to the Olympus PEN E-PL1. Launched in 2010, it’s safe to say that this camera changed my life!

Back then I was using both a Hasselblad H3DII and the aforementioned Canon EOS 1D Mark III for all my work photography, but I wanted something for ordinary every day photos. Hipstamatic was huge at the time for iPhone, but I just wasn’t into using my phone for photography.

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Lazy Girl's Guide for Harper's Bazaar

Shooting with Katie Ball is always fun. I also love that it's one of the rare opportunities I get to shoot in black and white for work purposes. I love that we share a mutual love for the photography of old.

Check out Harper's Bazaar's Lazy Girl's Guide to a Healthier New Year over at harpersbazaar.co.uk

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Betty Magazine Cover

After what seems like an age, the new issue of Betty Magazine is now available. The other night I was at the launch party and grabbed a copy. I'm so pleased with this photoshoot. It was one of those shoots that was just effortless, where everything just went better than planned.

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Olympus OM-D E-M5

A few months ago I blogged about a shoot I did for Olympus User magazine to review the new Olympus OM-D. Well having used the camera for several months now, I thought I would go a bit more in depth and go through some of my feelings and experiences of this new camera.

Last year I blogged about my Olympus PEN E-PL1 and how much I loved it. After a year of using it, whilst still loving it and taking it everywhere, I had discovered a few areas I thought it could improve upon. Well Olympus have clearly developed a telepathic R&A department, because all the niggles that were in my head are completely gone on the OM-D!

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Working for Magazines

I've always thought that in order to be successful at something, you have to immerse yourself in it. Only then can you really begin to build on your passion.

That's was one of the main driving forces behind my move into London. Another was the ability to have more meetings in town without it becoming an epic undertaking of cars and trains.

I love shooting magazine editorials. My first published shoot was back in 2007 for a small trade magazine shortly after I made photography my only job. Editorials are so much more creative than commercial work, e-commerce and look books. They really are fun.

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