All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Volvo’

Shanghai International Photographic Art Festival 2014 and Interphoto China

Shanghai International Photographic Art Festival 2014 and Interphoto China

The 12th Shanghai International Photographic Art Festival & Exhibition took place recently, and I was pleased to be one of two UK photographers selected from the Association of Photographers London to take part along with the very talented underwater & dance photographer Maya Almeida – http://www.mayaalmeida.com/ Here are a few images from the Festival, Exhibition and […]

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Photoshoots, Supercars, Videos and People Photography

Photoshoots, Supercars, Videos and People Photography

Blogtastic! MG reveal the New Mini Model MG use our studio shots to reveal the new mini model. With our MG buddies (@oneblackbear) just around the corner, we’ve been popping by a bit to see how they’ve been playing with the images we took. Read more… Nissan Qashqai 360 Connected to the City Checkout Canary […]

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Giving Cars Some Stick Since the Nineties

Giving Cars Some Stick Since the Nineties

Since the nineties I’ve had one piece of kit that has helped me capture exactly what I need for clients such as Bentley, Peugeot and Subaru. To the passer by this kit looks like an extendable thick stick, something fire-fighters might use to rescue a cat from a tree, but to me, it’s a trusty […]

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My big Interview in Professional Photographer Magazine: True Lies

My big Interview in Professional Photographer Magazine: True Lies

Here is my ‘Big Interview’ (their words, not mine) in Professional Photographer, November 2012 issue. Nigel Harniman tells Kathrine Anker why photography is so important to his CGI ad campaigns, and how his invented chocolate car got its sexy shine. My chat with Nigel Harniman was my first peek behind the scenes of Computer Generated […]

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On the trail of the Campbells of Verneukpan and Glencoe

On the trail of the Campbells of Verneukpan and Glencoe

I love shooting landscapes. They’re a challenge. Landscapes are fleeting; an enigma, instant. You need to catch the drama, the light and the mood in a moment because five minutes later everything changes and you’ve lost it. Landscapes can really test your character and ability. You have no control over them. And that’s what I […]

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Volvo – around the world in 30 days

Volvo – around the world in 30 days

The Volvo C30 shoot was a great experience – a lot of fun and a lot of hard work. It was also typical of how shoots have evolved since photography went digital. These days you often go to locations just to shoot a backplate, with the object – or vehicle in this case – added […]

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