I went to Scooterworks Café in Waterloo with some friends – it’s a fantastic combination of a scooter workshop and coffee shop. Lots of character, great decor, and really good coffee – from an authentic 1957 Italian coffee machine.
Sarah, being a great model, as usual
Coffee ripples and brownie
Sarah, coffee ripples, and the coffee machine
Behind the bar
The coffee menu
Here are the rest of the photos from my photoshoot with Sarah and her sister Lucy.
FHM eat your heart out…
You wouldn’t guess that Lucy was rather shy and unsure at the beginning of the photoshoot…
One of my favourite muses, Sarah, had asked me to do a photoshoot for her sister. Those are
coming soon, but in the mean time, now online – here are some of my favourites of Sarah from the shoot.
This first photo is an updated headshot to add to Sarah’s portfolio, as she’s doing more theatre and film these days.
At the end of the shoot, Lucy took the camera to get a few photos of the photographer with his muse :)
The first portrait/headshot photoshoot I’ve done since December (which was one of my best ever, before my photo-mojo went walkabout).
Laura was at St. John’s, and is one of the stars of BBC’s Wannabes.
As with the Selwyn chapel candle-lit photos, huge thanks to Greg for his reflector skills in helping me get the golden lighting for these photos :)
Here are two processed photos that Laura chose as headshots:
A photographer friend has been taking HDR photos of each college’s chapel in Cambridge, and invited me along to take some photos with him. He’d set up candles in Selwyn College’s chapel. While he was working on taking photos of the eagle lectern, I took a couple of wide shots of the organ and pews.