It is because of the unique and personal connection that is captured with the subject that portrait photography is a long-standing favourite and an ever-popular choice for photographers far and wide. There is an alluring sense of going back to basics with a portrait shot. Depending on the type of portrait, there may be no props, and there are no large groups – merely the subject, and the photographer.
Lots of photographers do things differently, so this blog helps to tell you about newborn photography as a style, how we do it, and why we think that’s best.
So we all know that we’re supposed to have “corporate headshots” or “professional profile pics”. You really can’t escape it! Statistics show that whether you’re in nuclear fission or sales of paper-clips, creating a personal connection as small as a photo, shows a marked improvement in sales, communications and recall.
Winter has a way of casting a spell over nature – which is impossible to ignore. That feeling you experience when hearing frosted grass crunch underfoot, the white glow cast upon a spiderweb as frozen morning dew transforms it into a giant snowflake, or the stillness and silence which emanates from a snow topped vista; it has a way of bringing back memories of winters past and besides the mild frostbite encroaching on your toes and nose, it’s slightly magical!
We felt it was worth a quick update on the Lifestyle blog, to talk about Autumn! With going back to school, busy schedules, desperately attempting to grasp the last remaining days of summer, and the unspoken C-word (half trying to pretend we’ve got loads of time before Christmas, half trying to get ahead of it!), Autumn is almost just a transition between two seasons, rather than embraced in it’s own way.
Whilst it’s a growing trend filling the walls of homes in the UK, there are still many who don’t quite understand what Fine Arts Photography is – and understandably so! There is no direct definition of the field, which makes things harder to grasp – but in a way, that’s logical.