Archive | January, 2011

Putting the icing on 2010’s cake

I’ve spent a well rounded weekend, balancing home life and my photography.  We are in the middle of paint choice’s and weighing up the benefits of carpet versus sun, sea and sand.  More on that later. Although I’ve mentioned that I’m comfortable starting over with the portfolio this year, I thought it wise to include […]

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Government response to petition ‘copyright reform’

I heard earlier this week that the government had officially responded to the petition to protect the intellectual property rights of photographers in the UK.  For those that aren’t aware the was an announcement in October 2009, to allow free and unhindered reproduction of photographs without payment or credit on non-commercial websites. The petition submitted by Darren Hector goes on to say; […]

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Setting the tone

It’s one of my favourite lines from a show my wife and I love watching together (we’re box set fanatics!), it basically means that each of us is responsible for how things pan out, that despite the myth, you are in control of your destiny.  That all sounds rather dramatic however after building up last […]

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Take it all but not the shoes

Take it all but not the shoes

One of eight final prints of a test shoot for a bespoke shoe designer based both in the UK and in Germany, this was also my last shoot of 2010 and my first implied shoot. Model, Miss Dani California Copyright Anthony Farrimond 2010

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New Year, new portfolio

My plan for 2011 was momentarily hindered when over the holiday period disaster struck.  I’ve been shooting with a DSLR (specifically the Canon 40D) for nearly two years, I’ve never looked back and my passion has come leaps and bounds.  Unfortunately the camera went flying, thank goodness for insurance, right?

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