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Couples portrait shoot at studio

Had an enjoyable shoot today with Martin and Pam.

A few weeks ago they contacted me looking to arrange a studio shoot for themselves.
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Ross first Studio Photo shoot

From the last post you will recognise Ross. We hunted out a great looking cottage to do a kind of grunge look and get some good clean images that can be a stepping stone to help Ross in his media promotion.

We agreed to have another session with something different to show various aspects of who Ross is.

First model shoot with Ross at an old derelict cottage near Tynan

Below are some of the first images I made with Ross.

Ross was looking a shoot at an old derelict building. Gilford Mill was his first choice, but we were not able to get into it. I found Tynan old signal GRN station which is a very impressive location for photography, but with time a factor we were not able to fully find it. We did see this old cottage and opted for that.



Now looking back I think it was probably the best location for what Ross had in mind.




















Karie's new updated portfolio photographs

Here are a few of the photographs I photographed for Katie.

Katie needed an update to here portfolio for her dance and acting page.

As always, it was a delight to photograph her and to give her images that her whole family love.

Formal suit with Sandis at The Argory

After our first shoot with Sandis we had a discussion to have a formal suit shoot.

I am thankful for Debonair for the suit hire. On several occasions they have supplied suits and every time the quality has been astonishing.

Hockey shoot with Sandis in the studio

A few weeks ago I was working out in the gym when Sandis approached me about a hockey ball i had with me in there. I explained it was essential for muscle injury to release tight muscle. I didnt know then that he was a hockey player. But we chatted and while and continued in our separate workouts.

Studio portrait of Ryan and Ben

Had an amazing time last week shooting a family portrait with brothers Ryan and Ben.

We struck it off first time we met and from there it was all fun and smiles. The guys are a real credit to their parents. I booked them for an hour session for any longer can be tedious to young guys. The full hour was productive given some great images that Ryan and Ben not only enjoy but myself also.

So below are some of the images from that shoot. I'm sure you will agree they were two wee characters how fully enjoyed the hour in front on the camera.