Nousha Loves: Canon

The interminable search for the pocketable camera for a photographer such as myself is a never-ending excuse to spend yet more money on toys (photographers terminology for cameras and lenses). I have been through them all, I have a box full of them, they all still work but just never quite did

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Getting Daddy Involved.

I cannot tell you the number of shoot cancellations we have on a Sunday! It can be so disheartening to start the day with a full diary only to find that as the day progresses the appointments drop as we receive emails at the last minute cancelling...

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The BIG Picture Effect

When a customer turns to me at a viewing appointment and asks what size framed picture should they go for, you are doomed…My reply is always. GO BIG! I am a photographer, after all, we are a breed apart, we love big pictures, ask any photographer if he/she likes to see his images printed really

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Oh the stories we hear!

Those of you that hate having pictures taken of themselves will not have been to Nousha Photography! Even the most nervous of subjects tell us how much they have enjoyed their time in the studio. Part of achieving this astonishing feat is having the ability to chat you up with our charm and

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Quote of the week

'I want to be a fireman and a policeman' Photographer - 'What does a policeman do?' 'Takes people away if they're naughty' Photographer -'Where do they take them?' 'To jail where they eat cold porridge' We ask all our customers if they will allow us to use their pictures in (on?) our blog

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Portrait...wow..

There are few words that can describe beautiful portraits or art in general, I find myself completely taken in by art critics ornate language when describing art. I am an enormous fan of Andrew Graham-Dixon, I discovered him in the 'Italy unpacked' tv series where he and Giorgio Locatelli

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Women's Day - Jane Bown

Our line of business boasts many great creative minds, female creative minds whose powerful influence in the photographic world we applaud. As a young photographer who was endlessly impressed by motor-driven long-lensed macho like heavy equipment, I recall standing in a crowded press pen

 

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Women's Day - Vivian Maier

Recently Maier’s massive collection came to light when in 2007 her work was discovered at a local thrift auction house on Chicago’s Northwest Side. From then, it would eventually impact the world over and change the life of the man who championed her work and brought it to the public eye

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