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Squinching – How to take the perfect photo for the party season

As Christmas rolls around like a gathering snowball the grumpy, anti-holiday spirit of Dr Seuss’ the ‘Grinch’ is not to be confused by the photography technique that will show your best side in pictures that we describe as the ‘Squinch’.   Whether it’s an official posed photo for a corporate brochure or a candid image at an event, we all

Photo of the Week!

  Check out our new photo of the week! Client: Surname and Surname Project: Disney Junior Christmas Tree Why do we like it? We chose this photo as our ‘Photo of the Week’, firstly because we are fast approaching Christmas and wanted to get into that festive mood! Another great aspect of the photo is the angle, it has managed to capture the entire,

Photo of the Week!

Check out our new photo of the week!   Client: Edelman Project: Shell Eco-Marathon Why do we like it? We like this picture for a number a reasons, including how the rain creates a reflection on the pavement, and the contrast between the BIG red bus in comparison to the little eco-cars. The interesting story it tells about the eco-cars driving as far as

#Poppygate scandal – when is photoshop appropriate?

Every photograph we encounter these days, whether on the side of a bus, in our local newspaper or on a computer screen has been retouched or manipulated digitally in some way, most likely using Photoshop. This is not a new phenomenon, in fact image manipulation followed very swiftly after the invention of photography in 1839.  People wondered how a medium