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Welcome and thank you to everyone who has contributed to our Issue 20. Our front cover image features the Cosplayers, SQUAD UK by photographers Dex Morgan, Mark Briggs and Laura Garwood.
PHOTOSHOOT is fulfilling its vision to bring together creative individuals and contributors to produce a publication that interacts with readers, shares knowledge, showcases ability and is modern, real life and fun.
In this issue, we feature a mixture of images sent into our Gallery section. We show the work of photographers, Ian Maughan and Derelict, Angela McKim and Pocahontas and Tomassco and Butterfly.
We Focus On photographers, Darja Bilyk and Chris Ord, and MUA, Cleo Young and Life as a progressing makeup artist.
We feature in our Your Shoot section our front cover; SQUAD UK, a Suicide Squad Tribute from photographers Dex Morgan, Mark Briggs and Laura Garwood, It’s all about the Light, by students from the College of West Anglia, photographers Annabel Homewood, Sarah James, Rebecca Cox and Danielle Housden, photographer Brian Lewicki and Edwardian Bride and Medieval Maiden, David Edwards and The Muse, Dynamic C and Twisted Fashion from David Branco, Kirk Richards and Russell Jacobs and Death and the Maiden, a classic art motif, brought to life by Rick Jones from Horrify Me.
We Review the Samyang 12mm f2 – fuji Xf Mount by David Edwards.
We were there …The Photography Show 2017. Also featured, was The Professional Makeup Academy (PMA) on the Photoshoot Magazine catwalk show.
… and finally, … we’ve packed the magazine with everything we love about design, photography, style, fashion and beauty.
But we want the next issue to be even better, so please get in touch with your feedback, images and ideas. We hope you enjoy our Issue 20.
Jane Kelly – Editor in Chief