With Summer fast approaching, many will be ditching their winter wardrobe in exchange for a tees, skirts, shorts and sandals. In the workplace though there will always be the need for a more formal style and etiquette. One way to embellish the regular dress code however, and to spruce up your after work drinks under the setting sun, is to surprise your colleagues with a brand new hair style!
Amidst the hustle and bustle of London Fashion Week, it can be quite easy to be dazzled by the glitz and glamour. With the lavish and abundant flurries of colour and sparkle, it can also be easy to miss the finer details that really embellish an outfit.
After having started out doing street photography, I always felt most at home whilst shooting outdoors “on location”.
But when Nusi suggested a photo shoot at Tesco I couldn’t help but laugh. I don’t think I’ve ever had more fun than shooting in the supermarket and get thrown out by security.
Model/ designer: @iamndora (Nusaiba Mohammad)
Photographer: Timothy Ward
Whether you are a blogger, a stylist, makeup artist, fashion designer, photographer, or just somebody who uses images on a regular basis for promoting their work, chances are you will have had a few photo shoots under your belt.
Over the years, I have had a lot of chances to experiment with different ideas, but in terms of creativity, it need not always be a case of re-inventing the wheel to produce something unique. Once you know a few basic principles or techniques, it becomes easier to exploit them in different ways.
Ever been walking through the shopping centre and had an attractive salesperson try to entice you into testing their must-have dead sea salt concoction that is just oh-so-good for your skin?
Yeah me too!
I decided to indulge one day in this particular body scrub by Body Shop. It was of my own volition however, because sometimes I just like to try new things out, and then I write about them, and then you read it. I guess that’s how this blogging thing works no?
Great! Then let’s get on with it.