It's been a while since I have blogged as always I say I will more blog often and never get round to it. Maybe I should just do a monthly blog reviewing the previous month and previewing the next let's see how i get on with that!
So February was supposed to be my first shoot with Becky Dee however I had to cancel due my blooming day job most gutted about that! I have to say thank you to Andrew for finding someone to fill my hour cheers buddy. As some of you know February is the month of my birth and I had a lovely birthday, photography wise a couple of nice people paid for me to attend Andrew Appleton's Portrait Photography workshop at Saracen House Studio, I would like to publicly thank them for their generosity I was and still am overwhelmed and humbled.
As with all of Andrew's workshops I have attended this was a relaxed and learning experience I always leave with brain ache as I have so much to absorb. The people on the course where great too and this is another common theme with these workshops it was a pleasure to spend a day in their company.
It was also the first time I had the pleasure of meeting Zara Watson and what a fabulous character she is and damp good model to! I'm looking forward to working with her again next month!
So that was February and on to March.
Moving on to March
It was supposed to have been a quite month but I seem to have found my photography mojo again which is not bad thing I can tell you.
Yesterday I had the day to myself so I thought I would visit one of the local zoos/wildlife parks so I decided on Hamerton Zoo Park I don't know why it just sounded good. They have a few tigers and Cheetahs that are good to photograph so I snapped away 667 pictures later I decided to leave and go home :-) first glance I have some good pictures but I should have taken a tri or mono pod really need a monopod that can take the weight of my big lens. Another item to the growing wish list! As I write this I'm on my way to and from a lovely day in London I went in early so I have taken some street and cityscapes looking forward to seeing them on the laptop later.
So that's my review on to the preview ....
In a couple of weeks I'm doing a wild cat photography workshop at Woburn Safari Park I'm really looking forward to that I love taking pictures of big cats so I'm hoping I'll get access to parts of Woburn that normal folk don't :-) we shall see. April is going to be a big month for my photography actually 2014 is going to be but more of that in my next blog as the train in pulling into Bedford station