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How to plan a photo shoot with band, White Eskimo

How to plan a photo shoot with band, White Eskimo

A few months ago I was asked to organise another publicity shoot for up-and-coming band, White Eskimo. I’d photographed White Eskimo in the past on two separate occasions, once on location and another time in studio (see previous blog posts). However, this time it was requested that the shoot should be booked for the entire […]

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Location shoot with band, White Eskimo

Location shoot with band, White Eskimo

A few months ago I was asked to update the publicity photographs for Cheshire band, White Eskimo, who I had photographed previously in studio (link to studio shoot here). Unlike studio photography, location shoots can be much more complicated since the photographer has much less control over the elements, such as light and weather. As it […]


Photographers – consider the environment!

Photographers - consider the environment!

We are all familiar with the standard portrait ‘head shot’, normally seen positioned above or alongside a written article, sometimes with a short caption printed benth. Although images of this style are little more than quality snapshots, they do fulfil the simple purpose of putting a face to the story. The images here were taken […]


Shooting White Eskimo – A behind the scenes look

Shooting White Eskimo - A behind the scenes look

A recent commission to photograph the band, White Eskimo had me racking my brains for inspiration. I started by researching classic album covers and then created a mood board of images that suited the style of the band. I find creating mood boards is good starting point for generating initial ideas, but always aim to […]


Celebrity profiles from Up North

Celebrity profiles from Up North

Martin kemp The location was Manchester city centre and the event, Grimm Up North 2011. A few days ago I was asked by Festival Director, Simeon Halligan to photograph celebrity guests attending the event. I was generally given a 10 -15 minute time-slot to get the shots, which meant there was no time for error. Since […]