I’ve been a professional photographer since the early 1980s, so using ‘older style’ cameras such as my Leica digital rangefinder is second nature to me, and while I love the results I get, I do understand why the modern day snapper might find the need to set the focus manuallyContinue Reading

In the first of a series on Leica rangefinder cameras, renowned photographer Mark Fairhurst explains why he loves using them. I have been a professional photographer since the late 1970s, producing work for clients such as Dunhill, Wilkinson Sword, and BMW to name but a few. The formats I usedContinue Reading

A commercial photographer based in Bristol, Sean Malyon and I met during a photoshoot in the hills around Llangollen where he managed to make me look uncharacteristically heroic. And, even better, he managed to do it quickly, a much-prized trait in any photographer… While Sean modestly says of himself “IContinue Reading

Angus Taylor takes a look behind the scenes at world-renowned glassware manufacturer NasonMoretti. NasonMoretti specialises in the production of high-end glassware and decorative table objects. Founded in 1923 by Umberto Nason, it is still run by his descendants, many of whom are still heavily involved in the business. The factory,Continue Reading

Angus Taylor is a commercial photographer based in Oxfordshire. With more than sixteen years’ experience, his portfolio includes automotive, portraiture, food, lifestyle, and luxury products. His clients include AMV BBDO, Theo Fennell, Lloyd’s Banking Group, Café Rouge and Count of Ten festivals. He says he is happiest on location, butContinue Reading

Few things bring out the big kid in us like cars do – or are capable of igniting a life-long passion…   All photos: Andrew Green @picturecorner

I first met Andrew Green after he’d entered a competition to shoot the unveiling of a new McLaren Formula One car at the McLaren Technology Centre. I was working with McLaren at the time and while the competition drew hundreds of entries, I was instantly drawn to Andrew’s use ofContinue Reading