Model: Lea Bournakas 
Hair and Make Up: Jenny Nguyen
Photographer : Nathan Larkin (PhyNyght Studios)

Model: Lea Bournakas
Hair and Make Up: Jenny Nguyen

Photographer : Nathan Larkin (PhyNyght Studios)
Model: Rut Sareewat
Hair and Make Up: Sam Frew
Photographer: Nathan Larkin (PhyNyght Studios)

Model: Rut Sareewat
Hair and Make Up: Sam Frew

Photographer: Nathan Larkin (PhyNyght Studios)
Model: Charlotte Wallin
Hair and Make Up: Mei Zhang
Photographer: Nathan Larkin (PhyNyght Studios)

Model: Charlotte Wallin

Hair and Make Up: Mei Zhang

Photographer: Nathan Larkin (PhyNyght Studios)

Model: Lucky Dip Hair and Make Up: Mei Zhang
Photographer: Nathan Larkin (PhyNyght Studios)

Model: Lucky Dip
Hair and Make Up: Mei Zhang

Photographer: Nathan Larkin (PhyNyght Studios)

Model: Charlotte Wallin Hair & Make Up: Mei Zhang
Photographer: Nathan Larkin (PhyNyght Studios)

Model: Charlotte Wallin
Hair & Make Up: Mei Zhang

Photographer: Nathan Larkin (PhyNyght Studios)

More on ‘My Tribe..

More on ‘My Tribe..

Hey Everyone!!

Well I hope all is going well, and your all having a bunch of fun! As for me, it’s just getting super busy with projects on the start.

I have two major ones at the moment about to commence and it will be taking up a lot of my time , so posting might be a little intermittent over the next few months.

One of the projects I can’t talk about to much at the moment, mainly because it has…

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Same but different.

When you can decide on an image, make two copies and see which one you like best I suppose.

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I can’t decide on which one I like better. The Black and White has the Old World class of a classic image, yet the blue toned one seems to have more depth and a little more mystery about it.

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photojojo:

According to a recent EPA report, the average American produces 4 pounds of trash in a single day, nearly double the figure recorded in 1960.

In 7 Days of Garbage, photographer Gregg Segal photographs his friends and neighbors lying in the trash they produced in a single week.

Portraits Reflect the Amount of Trash We Create in a Single Week

via Slate

Amazing piece of work.

Rod McNicol at MGA

Rod McNicol at MGA

I went to a lovely talk on Saturday at MGA.

Rod McNicol is currently exhibiting “Momento Mori”  at MGA. It’s running till the 31st August so please pop in and take a look.

Rod McNicol’s portraiture is quite amazing. His very unique style makes for photographs that draw you very deeply into the gaze, yet the amount of information is kept to a very bare minimum. His sitters are generally sitting…

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So which do you choose??

So which do you choose??

When we take digital photographs we always end up with a dilemma, Black and White or Colour?

Is there anything wrong with either? Well no, but sometimes a photograph can ‘feel’ like a black and white image yet not really make it.

This is the same image (yes i know the crop is slightly different) with the same RAW processing. Even though it’s the same image, do we get a different emotional…

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