Vintage style with colourful backgrounds
Hair styling session in the Hair salon - Converting your space into a studio.
Sometimes you just want a bit of a fun photo - hair stylist
Authentic lighting tools and style for classic 'Hollywood style' images.
Photo sessions on location
The well equipped studio space that I have available for photoshoots is complimented by a dedicated preparation room. During photo sessions in the studio I usually tether the camera to a computer so you can see what the images are like before any post-processing and retouching. I find that this can help with lighting and posing tweaks and helping to ensure you get the images you want. I have temporarily converted Hair Salons, bars, canteens and even a station concourse into a studio space.
I am well equipped to meet the needs of location photography fashion shoots as well as in the studio. Sometimes the weather doesn't 'play ball', particularly at over 3000' on the top of Snowdon / Yr Wyddfa.
For advertising your skills or to give your Salon a promotional boost. If you have enough space I can convert part of your salon into a studio meaning that you have your styling tools available in your environment. I do have a preparation room as well as studio space available as well.
Catwalk shows covered including backstage preparation if required.
Pre-show publicity, hair and make-up preparation and on the runway.
These sessions are edgier and more varied than my standard 'portrait sessions'. The lighting and posing style differs from the family portrait session.
I do not do 'portfolio days' where photographers make out that they will produce a set of photographs which will result in any agency that sees them signing you. That is misleading sales talk. Agencies, proper agencies, work in a different way to that. What I will do is provide you with images that will meet 'agency standards', images that you will be proud to show to other people.
If you are into vintage clothing and styles then the variety of colour backgrounds that I have will lend themselves to producing a set of photographs evocative of posters from the era.