Tags archives: Street Photography


STREET PHOTOGRAPHY ‘YOU JUST NEVER KNOW WHAT’S AROUND THE CORNER’ I’m a massive fan of street photography and have been since 2009 when I decided photography was where my future lay. But I’m currently a wedding photographer, so why do I still go and hit the streets in order to participate in street photography you may ask? For me street photography is a challen[...]

2014 Las Vegas WPPI | Part One

When the flyer to the WPPI event in Las Vegas states "The best week of your life", they were not lying, it did indeed turn out to be one of the best weeks of my life... I think i managed 24 hours sleep in the 6 days while i was there, that was partly down to the WPPI being hosted in Las Vegas and well me wanting my time there to be friggin amazing. From day one[...]

London Street Photography & The Fuji X-Pro 1

I headed into London on the 1st of February 2014 to meet up with some good friends, Steve & Chris for a chance to hang out, grab some food, have a laugh and to hit the streets for some practise with my newly purchased Fuji X-Pro 1. I have to say that compared to carrying around a Nikon DSLR and a few lenses, it was refreshing to finally have a camera that is l[...]

Rebekah | Birmingham Portrait Photo Shoot

I had the pleasure of meeting and photographing Rebekah last year on the Crash Taylor Workshop. An awesome workshop that I encourage anyone to join in and take part in, especially if Rebekah is the model. So after the photo shoot last year we kept in touch and decided that if an opportunity arouse to be able to get together again, then we both would love to be [...]


The date:7th Feb 2012. The location: London UK The brief: To push yourself so you have a photographers experience of stepping out of your comfort zone when it comes to Street Photography. Follow the instructions to the letter (someone was watching). Do not communicate with anyone else involved. You may not ask permission from anyone to take a shot for you. To be[...]

Project Edinburgh {Part 1}

One of my new years resolutions this year was to get out and about in order to photograph more, so I came up with this brief and quick project of being able to photograph Edinburgh in a variety of ways. The main idea of this project is that I can only use 1 x camera (Nikon D700) 1 x lens (24-70mm f2.8) and can only shoot on manual mode, this is in order to continue[...]