It’s the last days work for my lovely Zafira today. She’s been with me from new, done 115,000 miles and has served me well for seven and a half years. I thought it fitting to do a Hipstamatic iPhone snap as a final goodbye. She’s on the moors above Cross Hills near Skipton, we had one last drive together on a sun blessed summers evening. Goodbye.
This image was recently taken to promote a fantastic office block roof terrace. The model is working on her laptop with a London sunset skyline behind. The balance of the light is the hardest thing to achieve here. I’ve used a small blue gelled light bounced onto the laptop screen to give the soft effect of the screen lighting her face. We were also lucky to have a good sunset as am sure we all appreciate is more luck than anything in the UK. Phew!!! H
I really enjoyed shooting the 2013 Bronte brochures recently. Myself and assistant Steve did loads of work both in the studio and around the Moons Factory, of technical product shots, still life sets and location lifestyle sets. The attic at the factory was a great backdrop for shots and I’ve uploaded a few of the pages for you to peruse along with a couple of iphone snaps captured in the attic by my client. Cheers, Harry
The Souks are a hectic labarinth of Morrocan market shops, a feast for any eye never mind a photographers. I think this image I took last week captures the essence of the place. Yes I’ve just come back from a trip there! Harry.
Here are the initial proposed adverts and posters from a days model (Thea) shoot earlier this month. The client will choose two or three from the set of options offered. I particularly liked image ‘hi res ads-2‘ featuring Thea’s mane of hair to create a fantastic look. H
Here’s the latest view of The South Bank from the roof of 80 Strand in London. The client wanted this fantastic and exclusive panoramic view at twilight from the building they are marketing. The weather was perfect and this image was stitched together using seven images taken on a professional panoramic tripod head for accurate alignment of frames. Enjoy, H
Tea for one is advertising my clients woollen shawl, it a good exercise of photographing and comping together the three elements of the base, body and neck to create this quirky image. Thew client loved it saying it has come out even better them they hoped. It’s always nice to please a client and be appreciated. Harry.