August 19th has been designated World Photo Day, this being the day in 1839 the French government purchased the patent for the invention of the Daguerreotype, a photographic processes developed by Joseph Nicèphore Nièpce and Louis Daguerre and made the invention a gift “Free to the World”. Shortly after Louis Daguerre’s invention
I have photographed Linzi on a number of occasions; she being one of the first people to trust that I would get some half decent images of her even though I was just setting out in portrait photography and had no portfolio to speak of. This time around Linzi wanted some
Today (August 19th) is World Photo Day, “an international photography event that celebrates the passion for photography in our communities”. August 19th is chosen as the data for World Photo Day because on that day in 1839 the French government purchased the patent for the invention of the Daguerreotype, a photographic processes
I recently had the pleasure of being the photographer at the second Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase UK (ZFSUK) event at the mac arts centre in Birmingham. You can view a few of the 1500 odd images I took at the show here. This was quite a learning experience for me so I thought it would
The weekend before last was the Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase runway fashion event held at the mac arts centre in Birmingham. You can see my favourite images from the actual runway event here. Below are a few of the behind the scenes images I captured during the two days of the event.
A while ago I posted how I had switched my photography website (which was self hosted using WordPress.org) over to WordPress.com (i.e. this site). One of the main reasons for doing this was that for me it was no longer viable to manage two sites, one for my portfolio and another