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Product Photography

Dont Mind If I Do
2019-06-05

Sweet, sweet nectar. Goddamit! Beer is just great. Personally, I'm not that overboard on all the craft ale of late. I do like a lot of cheap generic swill, and tend to play if safe when put upon in a heavily bearded crafty ale pub. I can stray for a IPA – but that about as far as I go. Once I ventured toward a cardamon flavoured ale, and tried one called Engine Oil – perhaps that was my very downfall.Dialing it back a bit, and simply...

Open Gate Brewery Dublin
2017-11-23

Nights are getting darker, and the pub gets infinitely more attractive. Enjoyed great event in a new location for me last Monday evening. A wee get-together for some of the folk helping the Alone Charity raise a few quid, for the some of the older members of the community, all through lip-smackingly good ale. A good crew from some fine established pubs (The Two Sisters, The Oak, The Brazen Head... to name a few) all turned up to catch up and raise a...

Nicholas Mosse Product Photography
2015-03-23

Nicholas Mosse is a wonderful range of pottery from Bennettsbridge in Kilkenny.  Nicholas himself set up the pottery in the old mill in the 1970s and has enjoyed great success over the years with range of spongeware pottery that harks back to simpler times. I've been lucky enough to be shooting their range for the last few years since they launched their online portal catering for the international market. The initial shoot was two full days on...

Miravex Skin Mapping Light
2015-03-16

You'd be forgiven for suspecting the industrial designer of this device had some wild disco-tinged agenda on the world. But in actual fact this Miravex device delivers > something, something, photo, something, light-mapping, something, skin, something, something. I nodded and agreed as white-coated lab doctor cheerily explained. No idea. Then he showed me the results of how this device can interpret and map skin, creating 3D maps of areas around the...

Stick a Fork In It
2015-03-15

Antique, or at least old cutlery, is the most peculiar thing to behold. Something so ordinary and everyday can seem so foreign like bone handled forks, with over curved tines. Having said that in a well crafted food shoot they can just finish a scene so perfectly, something that not even Ikea's luxury range would be able to get close to. That phenomenally popular retro-chic look, just begs for some oddly patterned plate a clutch of dressed salad...

woah there – not so fast cowboy