Every year when spring comes around and Chatsworth House re-opens its beautiful gardens, I grab my camera and head for their glass houses. This year my friend and brilliant photographer Shaina Bostin came along with me, so between us capturing all the floral beauty in the gardens we also got to create these. I hope you enjoy!
All images edited with Tribe Red Leaf presets.
Back in June I teamed up with the amazing MOR Wares to create some lifestyle brand photography of their apparel.
MOR Wares creates high quality, ethically minded products with a focus on leading a lifestyle more connected with the earth.
They're based in the beautiful coastal town of Bude, Cornwall so finding some beautiful locations to shoot in wasn't hard!
If you're interested in arranging a shoot for your brand, get in touch here.
This is part II of my shoot for Pleasant clothing, to see the other half click here.
Copenhagen based brand Pleasant not only create amazing clothes and lifestyle items, but they also have a fantastic concept -
"Make waiting pleasant".
It's all about enjoying the little moments that take us to where we want to be.
Their new collection Wet Dreams evokes the contrast between a warm, vibrant surf and waking up in place far away from it.
To shop the collection head here.
I often carry a whole bunch of stuff around with me at my shoots, and this one was no different - smoke bombs, reflector, clothing, flask... and that usually means juggling half a dozen things in my arms, but thanks to the lovely guys at Hoodiehut & Torso Clothing I now have these awesome In Still Motion Photography branded totes which I adore! Thanks guys!
Thanks for taking a look and be sure to leave a comment below letting me know your thoughts.
This shoot was a classic case of "that didn't go as planned".
The original plan was for a dramatic portrait shoot in the rocky cliffs of the Peak District, think smoke bombs, harsh jagged rocks and dark clouds...well we got the dark clouds anyway! After battling with a sat-nav that thought the correct route to our destination was via a long narrow driveway to a farmhouse, we eventually arrived at our desired destination. We got out of the car, prepped everything we needed and started heading up the path towards the rocky formation we intended to shoot at. About 50 foot up the steep path I turned around to admire the view, only to be confronted with a huge black cloud rolling across the horizon. Realising the error of our ways we attempted to make a mad dash for the car, we got about half way there before gale-force winds and icy cold snow started pounding against us both.
Needless to say we bailed on the idea and headed back to Sheffield. The snow decided that was a good idea and joined us, so when we arrived back in the city the only option we had was to head to Botanical Gardens and seek shelter in the glass pavilion. Despite the cold weather the sun continued to shine, so we were able to use the light to bring a warm tropical feel to the final images. (you should have heard the wind and snow hammering against the windows)