Last year was one of my busiest years yet with over 88 shoots commissioned throughout the year which haven’t left much time with keeping my website and blog up to date! Anyway during the end of October I was commissioned by a London PR company to take a portraits of Jane Roscoe (Director, London Film School) in Canning Town. As always I arrived 30 minutes before the shoot was about to start and scouted possible locations, I eventually decided on the lovely bright red bridge that crosses Bow Creek which is a stone throw away from Canning Town tube station. With every portrait shoot I try to get a number of different type of shots that includes both wide and tight shots so they can be widely used for media and online purpose.
Here is one of my favourite shots taken from the 15 minute shoot.
Image taken with a battered Nikon D4, 70-200mm 2.8