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More “New Blood”…

Looking forward to this tomorrow! And still 2 spaces left…


Indoors For A Change: Rosa Returns

After 2 very successful location nude shoots, the ever-superb Rosa Brighid is back at Fotofilia but this time for a studio shoot. Want to come along? Get in touch.


“Sin City” Masterclass

Fancy photographing specially-styled models in the studio and then learning how to turn them into eye-popping noir-esque images in the style of the “Sin City” movies (& graphic novels)? Well, we’re bringing in the excellent Photoshop guru Joshua Mclean to show you how in this Fotofilia masterclass event.

Only a week or so to go and still a couple of spaces so book soon…


Nude In The Landscape – With Rosa Brighid THIS SUNDAY!

Once again, this weekend we’re off to our top secret location for another shoot with (in my opinion) one of the country’s best nude models – Rosa Brighid. The location is a private and secluded smallholding in rural Warwickshire with a beautiful mill race stream, 2 lakes, a barn, stables, lakeside hut, boat, and the most beautiful old trees. There are still a couple of spaces – get in touch if you’d like to come along.


Playing Man Ray At His Own Game

I wanted to share this image with you. It was taken by Katie Bulmer, a student on the Fotofilia ten week “Advanced Photography” course. It was taken for the first of two assignments on the course in which the students were asked to reproduce a pre-existing image, either faithfully to the original or as a completely different version – as long as there was an obvious similarity between the two. I think Katie pulled that off, don’t you?

In case you haven’t worked it out already, the photograph is based on “Man Ray’s “El Violin De Ingres” from 1924. Katie’s model was her mom, photographed in the studio. The finishing touches to the post-production were done in class. Here’s the original for comparison…

Man Ray, get your coat.


A Special Evening With Kate (part 4)

A few final images from my shoot with the lovely Kate Anne Cooper at Fotofilia this week. After the various other sets, where better to end up than the cafe? Our cafe. Or rather the excellent Urban Coffee Company cafe which is also situated within the BOM (Birmingham Open Media) building. Sadly, the staff had long since gone home but at least we were able to use this brilliant location for a few final shots before we were finally beaten by the clock.

 

 


A Special Evening With Kate (part 3)

More images from my shoot with the lovely Kate Anne Cooper at Fotofilia this week. So far we’ve had beauty headshots, grungey latex and lorry wheels. Now we’re getting back to basics – pure, clean, high-key with Kate in a corset…