Photography and Makeup: Anna Elizabeth
Model: Czeska Daubney
Anna was looking to collaborate with models so I filled a space and we shot a few different makeup shots.
Photography: Anthony Irvine
I had this image in my mind for some time but never quite had the right model or the look I wanted to convey the fun of taking photos. we intentionally did the pout as seen in so many pictures taken by young girls in selfies.
The last part to the jigsaw was the closed eyes of the model as the picture is created by the photographers eye. Camera Details: Nikon D600, Nikkor 85mm f/1.8 Lens, 1000 ISO, f/1.8, 1/320
Photography: James Rose (Roziekins Photography)
Model: Miss Storm
Heavily influenced by my all time obsession with ancient Egypt, and the pyramids, Pharaohs and gods and goddesses, this set was something I have been meaning to shoot with for many years.
Finally I got to shoot and incarnate myself as Isis herself. Camera Details: Canon 400d, 18-55mm Lens, 200 ISO, 13 F Stop, 1/125
Model: Suzy Griffiths
I have been modelling again for about 9 months and love trying different styles. I love fashion and makeup and really enjoy doing creative shoots. I have lots of ideas of photos that I want to create and very excited about new opportunities.
Photography: Diana Korby
I’m Diana Korby, a portrait photographer based in London.
Photography has been a passion of mine for about 8 years. I have always had a particular interest in portraiture focused on children, families, and new married couples recognizing that a whole story can be told through a smile, giggle or glance.
Through my work as a photographer I am always in pursuit of what I call that “special real un-posed moment“. I capture memories that last a lifetime through a blended style of photojournalism, casual portraits. It begins with a belief that because you and your family are unique, you deserve portraits unlike any other.
Model: Halo Haynes
Photography: Em Coulter
After multiple re-arrangements me and the wonderful alternative lady that is Halo Haynes ventured into Wollaton Hall. Combined with my camera, halo’s delicate posing and a very tight corset courtesy of Jem Corsets we got some stunningly beautiful images which are light and natural but with a dark element.
I got Halo spinning around, dancing and waving her skirt about to get dramatic yet simple images. We had a crowd gathering to watch the shoot but we expected it when you’re shooting at batman’s mansion which was featured in ”The Dark Knight Rises”
Camera Details: NIKON D800, 35mm Len(s), 504 ISO, f5.6, 1/250
Photography: Arnold Lawson
The photo shoot was inspired by famed fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier. After looking some of his work, I had to do more research and shoot his style and that is what I did.
Camera Details: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi, 18mm-55mm kits lens Len(s), 100 ISO, 4.5, 1/80
Photography: Antony Sendall
I am a part-time fashion and portrait photographer working primarily with up and coming designers, retailers, bloggers and models who have little or no funds for proper photography. I have another profession which pays the bills giving me the freedom to pick and choose.