As a photographer, there have been far too many times where I forgot to change the camera settings prior to beginning a new photoshoot. Whilst the mistake is quite obvious as soon as I check the shots, I am often left with a couple of these unusable images on the
With coronavirus keeping us isolated, I have been keeping busy with a whole host of design projects. This has been the latest project for Kids Clique – The Most Amazing Race Party printables. I had a lot of fun designing custom graphics and watermarks for each card. The custom designs
So many of us at the moment are reeling from instant job and income losses, with work drying up overnight and financial stability fading. I’ve been incredibly lucky that my husband has stable work while I quarantine at home with a bunch of messy teenagers and the next 6 months
Had some fun creating a quote series, featuring fantasy skies and a bunch of random photos from around the local coastlines that weren’t great on their own. I really enjoy challenging myself to create with photos that I otherwise didn’t like a successful composite really feels like I’m creating something
I wait all year for the few weeks I can capture the stunning autumn colours in Slottskogen, Gothenburg. This year I managed to fit in father/ son, profile and army themed shoots in a few different locations around the park before heavy winds blew the final leaves from the trees.
Unlike many of my colleagues, I really enjoy working in photoshop. There is something about the challenge of turning an unusable image into a work of art that really appeals to me, and I often challenge myself to create something from nothing. So this evening I thought I would share
I never really had any intention of pursuing professional photography. It was a always a fun creative outlet, and a great way to document my children’s lives. However, a move across the world rendered my existing qualifications virtually useless and led me down a different path. It has taken years