Author: Bernie

Natalie Again

It’s been quite a long time since I did this particular shoot with Natalie and quite a bit has happened in between that and this current post (not that you’d think so considering I posted about that shoot just a

Posted in Portraits, Processing

The New Year’s Post

I know. It’s the 19th of January. Back about two months ago I started thinking about redesigning the web site and writing a new business plan and many other highly desirable and worthy things to do to get my business

Posted in Announcements

It’s been a v.v.v.v. long time

Yes it has. I’ve been stolen away on a project that should have taken two months but has somehow stretched to a whole lot more. The end is in sight but isn’t quite here yet. In the meantime I wanted

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Andrea Again

This is another composite image. Andrea was shot at my underground car park high tech studio in East Grinstead several months ago. The background image was shot about a week ago in London. I shot the London image as a

Posted in Models, The art of image making

What’s the Story?

Several months ago Dave Press and I met up for an ideas session on promo images. We had coffee and talked and I came up with an idea he wasn’t sure of at the time. Nevertheless I did shoot several

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Camden Town Shoot

  This image was made from an HDR made from a series of shots at the end of a session in Camden Town, London, yesterday. I was with a friend who wanted to learn more about HDR and I chose Camden

Posted in Processing, The art of image making

Portrait Photographer?

This is the famous leaning St Mary the Virgin Church in Little Wakering, Essex. You may think this not a suitable subject for a portrait photographer and you’d probably be right. But sometimes I like to do a personal project

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The Once Grand Hotel

This is the once Grand Hotel in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. I went there quite a bit in my youth. Bands played there and I might have even played there myself. Far off days. Today it is empty and available for rent

Posted in Characters

The Kursaal – Southend-on-Sea

Around 110 years ago The Kursaal was the only amusement park in the world. It used to occupy a site of many acres and was a place of mystery and wonder to me as a boy growing up in the

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Which Witch?

This may not be the best example of standard portrait photography but then I’m not much of a standard portrait photographer. I find myself getting more and more involved in making images that are themselves made up of several other

Posted in Characters, Portraits, The art of image making