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Domaille Physio Therapy - Corperate Headshots

This shoot was a very simple headshot and styled type shoot for Melissa and Colin Domaille who work together in Bristol helping clients in their homes and their clinic. My intention for this shoot as to capture a variety of high-quality headshots for their websites of the new members of the team and also them at work.

Considering the space limitations, my main focus was achieving a natural lighting set up with the strobe but also showing the portability and quality aspects of their work. Whilst they are currently working on building their new website, you can get in touch with Colin or Melissa or see more about them over on their website.http://www.domailleneurophysio.co.uk/about-colin- dom

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Outdoor Portrait Shoot Bristol Harbour - Anya Wheatley

 On this shoot, I wanted to get some new portraits and just get out and shoot and stay creative. I went to a few locations around the centre of Bristol and near the harbour. 

- The Model -

- Quick Tip -

When working in working in mixed lighting condition on a shoot, meter and expose your shots for the highlights and bring back the shadows in post instead. However don't do this to much when shooting at a higher ISO's as you can introduce a lot of noise in the shadows. 

I wanted the shots to have a natural look and feel and I tried to use some of the natural warm light thatwas coming off teh sun as it set towards the end of the shoot. 

 

 

- Final Images -

Urban shoot with Scarlett Last

As I will be away for Christmas and won't be able to shoot and edit as often, I thought it would be a good idea to get in a shoot and work with the new lens before travelling!

- Quick Tip -

Check the weather before the shoot! Overcast days usually work best on outdoor shoots as the light is nice and soft so no harsh shadows. And, with a reflector, the light is easy to work with. 

I wanted to try more of an urban type shoot so I went out the day before and cycled to find different locations that we could shoot at. All were relatively close to each other. We started the shoot at 9:30am as I was travelling on the same day as the shoot meaning I would not have much time to shoot and then edit.

- Model and Assistant -

Overall it was a very fun and quick shoot that allowed me to try different techniques and establish my style more and more!

- The Final Images -

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Redland Green School Enrichment - Term 2

 

Over the course of this year, I have been working with my school and documenting the new "enrichment scheme" that has been put into place for students". My periods for shooting are split into 6 sections for each term and so far I have shot 2.

It has been really interesting and fun working with and around the school, students and staff challenging myself to capture creative and story telling images.

- The Events and Activities - 

RGS did an amazing job in creating a huge range of activities which I was lucky enough to be able to shoot. 

Golden Oldies -

Golden Oldies is an activity where a group of students go to a local retirement and spend time with some of the residents. It was really nice to spend time with people who had such amazing stories and were very interested in what I was doing! The lighting where I was shooting was even and soft meaning that my only main focus was on creating images that would show the students talking and having fun with the residents.

- Bouldering

Bouldering is one of the most active activities that students are offered with. We would go down to Bristol Clip n Climb and the Students would begin climbing according to their different strengths and abilities. Whilst shooting, it was interesting to find different angles and vantage points from where I would be able to get some creative shots.

- Quick Tip -

When shooting climbing, get all the way above your subject  and shoot down on them. This can really help you to get close to your subject and show focus. 

I had never shot climbing before and I definitely learnt a lot from shooting this activity. The lighting wasn't great and shooting above and down a wall is definitely an angle that I'd never thought about before but worked really well.

 

School Activities 

Alongside the off-site activities, I also wanted to document some of the many activities that took place in school. Some of the activities that I shot included, 

Young Enterprise -

Food For A Fiver -

Martial Arts -

Forensic Sciences -

Gardening -

Art and views from the school -

Below are a selection of the best photos from across al the activities- Enjoy!

- The Final Shots -