First ever bubba shoot!
I stupidly went to this shoot thinking it would be fairly easy, little did I know that this baby was not in the mood to be model!
My other problem along with the crying is positioning the baby so that it looks natural and he doesn’t fall off whatever we’ve placed him on! I also found it difficult to use props as it was a little baby boy, rather than a female in which things like flowers could have been used.
Having said this, it was super cute and I would love to do more children’s shoots, maybe try something different or surreal…
Busy making cards for next months pop up shop! I’ve hired 23 Brighton square for the weekend of the 6th in September to sell my work with some other great artists.
Excited by nervous 😬
Deborah and Avnish’s Indian ceremony.
Sorry I haven’t been able to blog in a while, things have been crazy. I’m excited to be able to show these photos from the Indian wedding I did back in May in Nottingham.
The couple had two weddings, one Indian and one English, which was where they officially married. It was a completely new experience for me to photograph an Indian wedding and I cant lie, it was pretty amazing. The clothes, colours and the sense of family was everywhere!
Hopefully will be uploading the English wedding photos soon!
Avnish and Deborah
I love doing shoot like these, I get to play with kids toys!
Sorry I wasn’t able to write a blog post last thursday, I had some personal issues to deal with, but now Im ready to get back to work! This is will be a relatively shot blog post as I’m off to a shoot soon but I will be talking about the different areas of photography that could be your career!
I have to end this blog post for now as I must leave for that shoot but I will do a part 2 of this with more areas you can look into.
Hope your all well!