Our new website is now live @ Yerbury Gallery and has full details of our workshop schedule. Devoted to our Fine Art Nude work with information about upcoming workshops and seminars here in the UK and overseas. In addition we have several image galleries from where prints can be purchased and our new Print of [...]
From a session last week. Limited Edition prints of this and many other images will be available on our new website due January 2012. Hair and styling by Faye as always.
Faye and I have spent the weekend in the company of 10 fellow photographers judging the annual print awards and I must say that we are delighted with the results and look forward to see the looks on the faces of the winners as they are announced at the gala dinner on the Sunday the [...]
We have been so busy recently, and shortly about to travel to Cologne to give a couple of workshops, that we have not even mentioned our recent trip to the beautiful island of Malta to help celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the MIPP. This image was created by Faye during one of the 3 workshop [...]
While gathering some work for our forthcoming trip back to Malta I came across this image which was taken on a PTO (George Dawber) workshop in Tunisia back in 1996/7.
From the recent session.
Monday saw us back at one of our favourite venues, Maunsel House in North Somerset. The Art Nude workshop was a great success despite the weather looking pretty dismal at 8.00am as the rain came down and the wind blew however by 10.00am it was improving and we spent the first part of the day [...]
Our Fine Art Nude workshop on Monday the 30th of May will be held in the house and grounds of the stunning Maunsel House near Bridgwater for which we have exclusive use. We will be working with 2 of our most favourite Art Nude models including the fabulous Ulorin Vex who has been the subject [...]
Finally an image of Z our other model for the afternoon session. Once again, and if you were there you saw it for yourselves, one light, one softbox and one camera with a prime lens. Can a portrait be any more simple but effective.