Shoot Loose

Anyone who has been on any of my photography courses will know I talk about ‘shoot loose’ and ‘crop afterwards’ as a way of having control over the final image. As the customer does always see the images as we see them, I personally like to crop an image to take out unwanted or negative space, if I can improve an image with a simple bit of cropping that takes me a few seconds then why not? Here are two image taken on Fridays 4 hour hour (which turned into 5 hours) photography course at our studios in Hertfordshire. This is our new model¬†Tatiana who was absolutely fantastic and photographs so well. You can easily see how the cropping works and when someone has eyes that are this piercing, its important to accentuate¬†them.