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Portrait photography. Fine art

portrait photography. fine art When Aaron and Jeanette came for their pre-consultation – they told me the ultimate portrait they wanted me to recreate – was the famous scene from Top Gun where Tom Cruise & Kelly McGillis are on his red motorbike, embracing, in front of a ship at night. The only difference was: they wanted me to use a different ship, the one he was serving on in the Navy. This Portrait was the most important one out of whole session: His Lady, His Bike, His Ship. Portrait photography is so much more than taking pretty pictures. It is a delivery of your dream, your fantasy, your wants.

Vintage portrait

Vintage feel portrait photography Despite the distance that I feel, Nothing in each day could be more real Than your portrait in my mind ingrained…                                                          … unknown One of my most favourite styles and treatments I often apply to portrait photography is a vintage feel.  A modern portrait becomes timeless. It could have been taken 200 years ago or 100 years ago. Here you can see examples of ladies ages 17 to 57, styled in modern or vintage clothes. But in all of them their ageless beauty shines through, making us pause…    

Award-winning portrait photography.

Awards from London. Award-winning portrait photography. Wanted to share with you a few of my award-winning images from London.  All were for portrait photography with some focusing on boudoir photography and glamour photography that I love to shoot. So happy with them. So happy that I have remembered to put some images into competition. (Being so busy – I keep forgetting to do it). It is good for your soul and keeps you in the game, competing with the best out of the best in the world. :>) I would encourage any of you who considers themselves to be a photographer to compete; to lift your game; to check your skills against the best in industry. And… polish them if necessary.