Monthly Archives: June 2011

I’m very honoured to be invited to post on Matthew’s blog, although I feel I’m maybe defacing it in some small way with less than perfect portraits! A couple of weeks ago I assisted Matthew while he photographed Emma, Alison and Shona, three lovely girls who were thankfully very friendly, patient and obliging! It was…

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  • SÃ¥ flott Y innlegg! Ã…h det finnes sÃ¥ mye vakre statuer, og haugevis av de er i Bergen ser det ut for. Det første bildet ditt er utrolig nYdelig! I dag er jeg helt fantasiløs, sÃ¥ du finner ikke noe innlegg hos meg pÃ¥ Y – jeg er tilbake pÃ¥ Z – helt sikkert 🙂 Ha en fin helg!

  • i dont know what samlc is talkin bout but a gtx 460 with mid resolution should easily run at med/high custom settings, but you’ll need more ram and the cpu might bottleneck the gpu so med/low custom setting should work with what you got you dont need an i5 or i7 they are a waste of money if you ask me, the phenom ii x6/x4 is just about as good, i mean yeah its a tad slower buy that tad isnt worth another $100-$150 amd’s are the absolute best choice for the price/performance intel is

This is a picture I have wanted to take for a long time. Michael is a busy man, running one of the best deli-restaurants that you could ever visit means he literally struggles to get a minute away from his customers. Today he gave me 10, and I am so pleased he did. Here is…

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    Cracking.

This is my amazing, confident and inspiring friend Jay at his home in Liverpool. The famous Liver building is behind him. Metaphors in pictures can be so tiresome or even cheesy, but this really is Jay; grounded in home and family, confident, charismatic and looking at the future.  

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This is the result of my recent practice shoot with my friend Emma and her friends Shona and Alison. (Shona, Alison and Emma left to right). I have asked my friend Wendy, one of my 100 portraits subjects to assist in my forthcoming wedding shoot for Phil and Harvie. We thought it would be good…

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