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Photo Blog 50!

Welcome to Photo Blog 50! A very special post for you this week as we bring to you photographs from our focus members :) I asked some of our members to submit an image if they wanted to, any image, and as I’d hoped even some of our writers gave images as well as the …

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…playing for the other team

So by now, anyone who reads my articles, will know that for the past few months i’ve been collecting portraits of the Lincolnshire Bombers. They are Lincolnshires most decorated roller derby team and I could not have asked for a group to work with who were more fun or easy to get along with. I …

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…time off

A very simple article for you this week as when you read this I will be in our nationals capitol (….London) soaking up some culture. This means that next week I will return to you with photos of Londons famous street life, information from many exhibitions which I will have visited and maybe even a …

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…Jade McGregor

No tutorials or inside looks this week (you’re sad I can tell). Instead here’s a look at one of my latest shoots with Jade McGregor. Enjoy.   If you want to see more from this shoot then visit my website www.dominicclark.co.uk Don’t forget… Follow me of Facebook Follow me on Twitter Peace out Dom   …

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…Location

The same three things are true of photography as they are about almost everything else. Location Location Location You could have the most advanced camera, the most beautiful model and the most pristine light you’re ever likely to get but if you don’t have a decent location a photo just falls apart. It’s worth stating …

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…Everyone

Welcome to my new weekly segment guys! Just to refresh for those of you who may be joining me for the first time my name is Dominic Clark and I will be walking through tips and tricks of portrait photography including brief glimpses into the business. I recently completed a year of daily self portraits …

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Number Three Six Five

What can I do for my final shot except repeat what i’ve already said? But I made it. Be sure to follow the link for my final thoughts on the project but i’ve got some thoughts especially for you guys here regardling this project. My true feelings about what i’ve spent the last year of …

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A Valuable Life Experience…

Doing a project as big as this one is bound to have an affect on your life. As such you’re going to learn a few things that maybe you wouldn’t have normally or that it would have taken you longer to learn normally. With that in mind here are my top 10 things i’ve learnt …

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Looking at Others…

This post is inspired by my new lens. Anyone observant enough will perhaps have noticed that 80% of my self portraits are taken with an extremely wide angle lens (Canon 17-40 L USM). I enjoy the wide angle as it gives everything a surreal, other worldly aesthetic that we can’t help but be attracted to. …

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Making Sparks

For once this article deals not with my face…or any other face! It’s about something truly unique, spectacular and beautiful. Abstract photography sometimes get’s a bad rep as it’s generally a term that A-Level students hide behind to explain why their Flickr is filled with 200 macro shots of a rusty door or a dead …