This was part of a fashion shoot for Lencarta, leading manufacturers of photographic lighting equipment. The image is representative of what can be achieved with their monoblock heads, which we use extensively within the studio complex. We actually have pretty much everything they make. From their entry level SmartFlashes, right through to their Ultra Pro range. Using equipment built to such high specifications means we can produce images such as the above time and time again. Consistency and reliability are an absolute requirement for this industry, and are also Lencarta’s bywords.
This editorial image of ladies red pumps sat on red and white polka spots is inspired by today being St Valentine’s Day. For this image I choose a very bold red colour theme which is often associated with love, passion and strong emotions.
This is an example from Studio Sphere of Creative Studio Still Life Food Photography we can offer. Here we are looking at coconut mushrooms for which the majority part of this sweet is white and this has been shot on a white background in a white bowl. This is something we specialize in at the Studio, providing high quality commercial photography.
Remember the proof of concept shoot for the Pendle Imp Festival with Rachel Mason? Well, this is another of the shoots. The original test shoot was nicely paced, quiet and very calm. This was just mayhem! Continue reading
This particular shoot was for a number of clients of the Live Ribble Valley magazine. They included Out of the City, Ken Varey, Charles Campbell Bespoke and the restaurant The Sirloin. The day wasn’t particularly the best, from a weather point of view, but none the less, once organised, we had to get something, come what may!
Location work can bring a new dimension to a client’s portfolio, creating fresh interest from their own clients, and therefore increasing sales.
Recent briefs for jewellery photography have included both studio and location shoots across the North West, including Preston, Manchester, Liverpool and Bolton. Continue reading
We were contacted by Amreen Kauser, a young lady providing bridal makeup. Her current market is predominently Asian, but she has an increasing number of English clients. Continue reading
Taken in Studio 3. The dog belongs to a couple who came for a portrait session. How could we resist this cheeky face? And yes, he had his foot in plaster! Continue reading
This was a “proof of concept” shoot for Rachel Mason (Dare to be different), working alongside Annie Cabasa and model, Kayleigh Jo Daffern. And the concept? It was part of the Pendle 400 year commemoration of the original Pendle Witch Trials. The makeup and styling were an initial test for the girls taking part in the Pendle Imp Fest. Continue reading