Recently, I’m concentrating more on male studio style images.
Roping in family and friends (and myself!) for now, up to implied nude.
Setting up my small space semi-permanently as a studio is now complete, and I’m ready to start adding some new faces and bodies.
Anyone who has photographed a typical pub gig will recognise this description 😉 :
Often lit by a glow-worm and two tealights, on a postage stamp stage area behind a couple of pillars on the way to the bogs!
But they’re great fun to do!
In my (what is now irritatingly called pre-teens) childhood, I was, like a lot of boys, fascinated by insects, spiders and bugs. The Observer Book of Insects And Spiders was in my pocket almost everywhere I went. Back then, photography of that sort was pure wonderment for me. And even now, some of the best macro work stops me in my tracks. Just as a personal preference, I photograph creepy-crawlies in some natural context. It’s more a record of behaviour and habitat.