Luckily I’m in lower Harlem, a part of NYC that does get a decent night’s kip. But you don’t come to New York city and not take any photo.
Sometimes a portrait is too good not to share.
Two portraits from my last two shoots at my photography club; luckily it was my beautiful friend Jamie-Lee who turned up to both.
Transport for West Midlands are currently undergoing a rebranding excercise, and having taken a lot of images over the last few years, I decided to try and recreate some of the Iconic images I’ve taken.
It doesn’t look like it, but the Pink livery was shoot on a cold winters morning, and the new blue livery was shoot on a warm and humid summers day. Despite the sunshine in the cold pic and the clouds on a mid summer image.
Over the next few Months/Years, I’ll also be looking at updating my Bus and Train catolog of images for TfWM (and a Bus Pic has already made it into the local paper).
Today I got to meet up with a Model who I last saw at Himley Hall 12 months ago, so it seemed the perfect spot to do another shoot. Not a group shoot with a multitude of Togs and Models, but a one on one shoot, with just the two of us. During the planning for the shoot and knowing the location, Downton Abbey came up as an idea, but a more moden style not pure 1900’s and 1910’s; but of course Opera Gloves had to feature.