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Owen Melbourne Shoot

 Last week I received a visit from the wonderful Owen Melbourne to do a shoot with film. I love film photography and I've always wanted to do a shoot with it so I was really excited. Owen was brilliant and made it a really comfortable and relaxed shoot, and he even gave me a little lesson about how to shoot with film. Owen's photography is so beautiful, he really has a knack for making simple shots look amazing. If you want to see more of his work please take a look and give him a like!

Here are some of my favourites, enjoy :)

All photos by Owen Melbourne




I know a lot of photographers hate camera phone photos but I think you can get some really lovely pictures with them. You can almost mimic film photography as you get a slight graininess. I took all of these photos with my phone / webcam and I'm pretty please with how they turned out . I used the app pixlr-o-matic to put the leak effect on two of the photos. I hope you enjoy :)


The Asylum

I hope you all had a brilliantly spooky Halloween and to keep with the theme ( although a little late ) I wanted to share with you one of my most recent and insane shoots..literally. I have a passion for all things horror and when Adrian Pini told me the concept of this shoot I couldn't believe how brilliant it sounded and couldn't wait to start . On the day of the shoot I was speechless at the incredibly realistic set that Adrian had built , complete with chains and a cage!  Harri Lawman did a fantastic job making me look manic and also created the beautifully sinister nurses look on the lovely Leonora Langstaff. I had a fantastic time and all of the photographers that shot this were all unbelievably friendly and a pleasure to work with. So here are a few of my favourites I really hope you enjoy :)

Photos by : Biscuits -
                  Bill Martin
                  Keith Murphy
                  Abhijat Saraswat
                  Stephen Vause 

Photos taken by Biscuits -

Photos taken by Bill Martin

Photos by Keith Murphy

Photos taken by Abhijat Saraswat

Photos by Stephen Vause