Category Archives: Canon 50mm f 1.4

Sheona

Well eventually I had to continue with my occasional revisiting of my 100-portraits project. The next one in order was Sheona (no 24 in order in the original 2008 project). The session with Sheona was in Kelvingrove park and was just great fun and very relaxed indeed. The original choice of image for the project…

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Jayne

This is my friend Jayne. She recently asked me to do some pictures for her new website. Jayne is a practitioner of Empathic Coaching and wanted a picture that would strike the right balance of empathic and professional to help with marketing her business. Unfortunately I was only able to meet her to do the…

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None the Wiser

This week I popped along to watch local cover-band None the Wiser rehearse in Ardrishaig. My real reason for being there of course was to take some photographs from the session and as ever I was delighted at the prospect. The band do a nice line in rock-covers and I had a great time being…

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  • Santa

    We’ll need to see which list you finish up on by Christmas!

  • Jo

    Wow. Thaks so-oo much for coming along and doing such a brilliant job. It would appear it takes hardly any light but a whole lot of skill to make us look quite so glam and moody. Dead impressed đŸ™‚

  • Jo

    Of course I meant ‘thanks’. Fat fingers xx

Margaret Ker

I have had a long gap since my last portrait session, largely due to work pressures and the hassles of having a tiny girl around at the learning to walk stage. It was a great pleasure therefore this weekend to meet with Argyll artist Margaret Ker for a proper, no distraction portrait session. Margaret and…

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Richard Kennedy

This is wood turner and wood artist Richard Kennedy. I met Richard yesterday and had a pleasant afternoon learning about his passion for his craft. Richard was great company and I could have chatted with him about tools, wood and photography for ages. Richard takes his own product photographs using my old friend, the Canon…

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