….Shots coming soon!
….Shots coming soon!
Recently Dennis was interviewed by Photo Professional to be featured in the magazine. @
It’s a great read which gives insight in to Dennis, his work, the process behind the imagery and his life before getting behind the camera.
Incase you missed it, heres a few snippets:
“One guy asked me to put three more coats of paint on the
shelves of his airing cupboard, where I’d already applied six coats previously!”
“monsters in rubber suits, who were running through a smoky swamp”
“sometimes I resort to a few dirty tricks myself”
“I created a portfolio using out of date film, shooting everyday things like
matchsticks, paper clips, Rizla papers, toilet rolls, cups, dice, water
droplets, ice cubes and so on, all basically stuff I had to hand that didn’t
“I leapt off the bus and stuck my hand out for a cab
at the same time as a very pretty lady who had been on the bus with me”
(Photo Professional Issue 105 – available via Newstand)
Interview by Terry Hope – Editor, Photo Professional
Anyone spot this shot on the streets of London this week?
If not grab a Stylist Magazine and check out the full story! www.stylist.co.uk
… a little outtake from a recent Marks & Spencers shoot!
M&S Advanced Sun Protection
Check out our new shoot on the cover of this weeks Stylist!
Rice to meet you…. Sorry in advance for the bad sushi puns!
We’ve had an awesome shoot at the studio creating this Beauty Bento Box for Stylist Magazine @StylistMagazine
Here’s some behind the scenes shots of Hideki making his creations:
Have a great weekend.
We shot this as an experiment for some upcoming beauty jobs.
An opportunity to shoot real bullets instead of lipstick bullets …… We are three lads in the studio so we need some time to play with big boys toys sometimes.
One BB gun, a toy soldier and some eye goggles.
Phase One P30+ digital back
Broncolor Pulso G Heads
and we even dusted off the 30 year old Mazof sound trigger!
A Pitch black studio, torch in hand.
Harry firmly positions his safety goggles as he crawls under the set to flick the safety switch off the air gun.
The shutter is opened on the camera.
A CRACK from the gun, FLASH via the Mazof, we’re done….
We switch on the lights to see if the toy soldier has made it safely through the shot in one piece…. Misfire! “Who forgot to load the gun?”
Attempt 2: right on target!!
Here’s a few outtakes:
…and it looks like this!