Exeter Leukaemia Fund: Charity Event Photography

Back in March I was commissioned by Exeter Leukaemia Fund (ELF) to photograph their Chevithorne Appeal Launch at the Guildhall. I am very passionate about supporting local charities and it’s always a privilege to be involved with supporter events. My brief was incredibly simple: capture high quality images of the event that could be used […]

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Top 10 Tips for Underwater Photography

[nectar_slider full_width=”true” parallax=”true” fullscreen=”true” location=”Underwater Photography” slider_height=”550″ autorotate=””] If you would like to improve your underwater photography skills then check out our Top 10 Tips below.   1. Stay Shallow The first few metres are often the best for marine life and also the most colourful as light penetration is at its maximum. 2. Buoyancy […]

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My week in Images

What a week its been!  I have been treated to an amazing 7 days photography with a variety photographic briefs and objectives that has tested my knowledge and skill in a variety of environments. Everything from table top product photography to underwater children’s photography. With tight deadlines on each job it has been crucial to have […]

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Ocean Art Contest 2013

Check out some of the fantastic images from the 2013 Ocean Art Contest The Winner this year has produced one hell of an image (Diver under the ice in Lazurny quarry, Russia) well done #ViktorLyagushkin http://www.uwphotographyguide.com/2013-ocean-art-contest-winners    

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War of the worlds -Spencer Cobby photograph

Personal work idea…..

Quotes with content association, I am not sure if it works, but loved the image. (Taken on the bus in Cork Airport November 2013, filters applied in Instagram.) No one would have believed in the last years of the nineteenth century that this world was being watched keenly and closely by intelligences greater than man’s […]

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Reasons to document: – keep track of your own steps (go back to decisions, and realize perhaps good decisions were made with limitede outcome) – share the steps with others (not just the final outcome), so others can see what worked and what not, and build on your path walked and perhaps continue and extend what you did (open source principle) – look back with a distance of a few years, and realize perhaps on a meta level why you did certain things, and where it lead you to, which without those projects would not have done (meta reflection on life)