Basecuts, Portobello Road

Borough Market London

Working in London has its benefits, especially when you have a camera and and an hour or so to spend wondering around. This week saw me in Borough Market London, just outside London Bridge Station. The market stall holders are very friendly and are very used to having people taking their photos, but it always helps to ask as carrying around a large DSLR and F1.2 lens sort of makes you stand out.
The market is well worth the visit if you are in or around the area (during weekdays) and the choice of food is amazing.
The images below are from two one hour lunchbreak trips and I will be going back again to spend more time.

Softboxes and Umbrellas

Why use a softbox or umbrella

Have you used a softbox or unbrella?
What are the benefits and disadvantages?
We will guide you through the different looks and uses for both.

Workshops are Mon-Tue 6:30pm to 8:30pm and Sat 2:30pm – 4:30pm with extra time to talk to fellow participants afterwards.

The cost of this session is £30.00

‘M’ Stands for Manual

Take control of your camera and release your creativity

We are doing workshops on using your camera in Manual mode.
Find out why using this mode is so much better when it comes to being creative and getting the perfect image.

Workshops Thur 6:30pm to 8:30pm with extra time to talk to fellow participants afterwards.

The cost of this session is £20.00

One light but not one look

You may only have one speedlite but that does not limit you to one look

This workshop will help you get the most from your external flash.
If you have been struggling to get the best from your speedlite or just need more ideas, then this is the workshop for you.
This workshop will help de-mistify your speedlite and aid you in moving forward to produce better images when using your flash.

Workshops are Wed 6:30pm to 8:30pm with extra time to talk to fellow participants afterwards.

The cost of this session is £20.00

Lego Toy Shoot

LEGO toy model shoot, taken in daylight, 3 lights and a grey background.
models were placed on a black glass table. A low F-stop was used to give a sense of depth to the cars and background.