A guide to how we currently edit our black white images using adobe lightroom.Read More
An honest portrait of my wife on her 40th birthday. There’s something about being more accepting of ourselves at this age. I love to see how she’s taking stock and moving forwards, taking every day as it comes and bringing so much joy to our lives.Read More
A new series. A new perspective.
Here is Sara’s story
Understanding what people would really like to read on a photography blog has been quite a journey.
I guess when we started out 7 or 8 years ago, it was more just a few words here and there to support the photographs, we didn’t really want to distract too much from the photography work and it can be tough to know what people out there want to read. A total minefield in some cases, where do you start?Read More
A few months ago we went along to photograph the opening of a new local restaurant. Being asked to shoot for people who are so passionate about their ideas is always pretty wonderful.
Do film portraits have a different feel to digital? Here is part two of charlotte and her children’s portraits. This time in film.Read More
Ever wondered how different a shoot could look in digital or film? here’s the first of charlottes family shoot, all shot with our Canon 5D mark 4.Read More
This is Beau Fox and our dear friend Jo. We live at the other ends of the country and don’t always get chance to talk and be there for each other.
think it’s safe to say that we grew a great love and trust using our Canon systems over the years. It was quite a surprise when the Sony A7iii came onto our radar. It’s not that we were all canon or nothing, I’m sure there’s not much between each different system (ok maybe you would disagree with me on that, I know it’s a pretty weighted subject) but in all honesty, over the years we’ve shot with digital and lots of different film cameras and there was just something special about the images that were coming out of the Sony that we just couldn’t ignore.Read More
Our good friends Matt and Beth live here. They grow their own veg and fruit, have a home for chickens…. and are making efforts to have a more sustainable life. Not in a big noisy way, just because it works for them.
When and where do you make the steps towards a life that ‘feels’ more considered, more real, more thoughtful about the world we live in, and the choices we make to making it a better place?Read More