The Potential Reputational Damage of Bad Food Photography!

February 11, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Wandering through the streets of Barcelona recently, I found myself contemplating, who on earth eats in those tacky tourist restaurants that seek to entice people in with laminated photos of badly lit, unappetising, gaudy meals. It got me thinking that there are many food establishments with similarly unflattering photographs of their dishes online...
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Food Photography at The Bedford Hotel, Tavistock...Nom, Nom!

May 20, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
We have some very talented chefs here in Devon & my mission is to show off their foodie creations through photography. The bonus of this area of my work is that I often get to sample the dishes...the only problem is knowing when to stop! Food photography & a beach body do not marry well! Last week I tasted & photographed the new menu at The Bedfor...
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Bridal Wedding Photoshoot on Dartmoor...a Fusion of Landscape & Portrait Photography!

April 21, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I do apologise for not updating my blog recently, my Tor climbing & photographing is suffering from a busy schedule. Maybe this is why I have decided to channel even more of my work outside on Dartmoor! The other day I did a bridal shoot up on the moor and it really satisfied my passion for fusing landscape and portrait photography to make stunnin...
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The Best Ever Bluebell Display on Dartmoor with a backdrop of Haytor!

May 14, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Be sure to pack up a picnic if you follow my footsteps on this next adventure as you will want to linger as soon as you see the bluebells on Holwell Lawn. In fact, you can see the bluebells from the car so if you don't feel like it or can't walk much this is a great spot that you can enjoy too! There is a really straightforward, path from Holwel...
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Hollow, North Hessary & Rundlestone Tors, the Snow Bench & the last of the Mulled Wine!

January 19, 2015  •  1 Comment
Dartmoor is fab, especially when you can drive on ice free roads to the white slopes just minutes away! Yesterday the Tavistock/Princetown road was lined with cars and the moors alive with shouts of glee as people and their pets froliced in the snow. Joining them we climbed to the top of Hollow Tor where for the weary there was a conveniently p...
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