Welcome to the October edition of photonews online. With it being Halloween on Sunday its time to think about the style in which our pumpkins will be carved, how are we going to light them? What costume should I wear to the Halloween fancy dress party. How many sweets should I buy to give to the young children who come knocking at my door with their hands held out?
Keeping up with our current theme of Halloween, above is a studio shot taken for one of our customers G.R Wrights (Wrights Baking). The shot will be used in their 2011 calendar as the October page. All of the above are edible Halloween cakes made by Irene, the food technologist. Mmm, tasty and spooky all in one!! To find out how to make these cakes please click here.
Name: Ken & Tracy
Age: Unknown & keeping schtum
Marital status: Purely platonic couple, "its complicated"
Position: Upright and forward facing
Length of service: A matter of months
Hobbies: Keep Fit / Dieting / Window shopping
Favorite music: Victoria Beckham, Crash Test Dummies, Talking Heads
Favorite TV show: Extreme Makeover / Trinny & Suzzana / Gok's Fashion Fix
Favorite films: The Mannequin (1987), Night at the museum
Favorite book: Dummies for Dummies / The art of modeling
Quote: "Does my bum look big in this?"
Back in April this year, we ran a spot the difference competition on a Mum, baby and pushchair shot. The winner of this competition was Mr Paul Shoobridge from Jordan Reflectors pictured above receiving his electronic photo frame prize.
How did you do?
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Keep an eye out for our next competition.
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Last month in our technical spot we talked about lenses and mentioned wide angle shots. On the occasions with limited space, we still have the capability to get the shots using the Pan Head.
This is a piece of equipment that allows us to rotate the camera taking several shots that are stitched together seamlessly back at the studio.
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