Feb 142014
 

Self Portraits

As you know I’m primarily a wedding and portrait photographer, though I also do some media and PR work as well as photographing for a number of charities.

As a photographer however I also think it’s important to undertake personal projects and to have a focus on doing something different, something purely for my own interest. In the past, for example, portrait projects have included representing concepts such as ’loneliness’ and ‘isolation’ and, ‘The Face the Story’, a study of the hidden and extraordinary life of everyday people we would normally pass in the street on a daily basis.

This year I my project will be ‘self-portraits’

What is a self-portrait and why do you want to do that? I hear you ask.

A self-portrait is a representation of an artist, drawn, painted, photographed, or sculpted by the artist. Although self-portraits have been made by artists since the earliest times, it was in the Early Renaissance in the mid-15th century that artists could be frequently identified depicting themselves as either the main subject, or as important characters in their work.

In fact the earliest known panel portrait is thought to be ‘Portrait of a Man in a Turban’ by the artist Jan Van Eyck (1433). (Who incidentally  was also considered to be one of the early masters of oil painting and painted the wonderful ‘The Betrothal of the Arnolfini’ it’s an amazing painting and well worth a look, note the amazing detail in the reflection in the mirror)

Other famous artists who have painted self-portraits include, Vincent Van Gogh, Frida Kahlo, Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse.

The earliest photographic self-portrait, a daguerreotype, is thought to be that of American photographer Robert Cornelius around in 1839 and it’s a trend which has continued throughout photographic history.

Today of course, in the age of digital photography,  and  with the advent of the camera phone self- portraits  are more popular than ever, even leading to the introduction of a new word / phrase – ‘the selfie’.  Usually practiced as a form of autobiography, a journal documenting an event or happening.

So why do people make self-portraits? That’s a good question and having decided it was going to be my project for the year it was important for me to think about why.

On the pages of the National Portrait Gallery web site there is an article on ‘making a self-portrait’ and it suggests a number of reasons why artists / photographers make them, these include;

Analysis: A self-portrait is an exploration of your face, body and personality.

Authorship: A self-portrait is an historical record of the person that made it, left behind for posterity.

Autobiography: A self-portrait can be a visual journal documenting something that is happening or has happened in your life.

Advertising: A self-portrait is a demonstration of style and skill to show prospective clients.

Availability: A self-portrait can be a way to experiment with pose and technique using a readily available model.

I think all of these reasons have some validity, some more than others, though of course this may change over time and particularly over the course of my study / project.

At present though it is the latter two which hold strongest, ‘Advertising’ and ‘Availability’.  Along with shooting self-portraits I want to explore, experiment and develop other skills such as lighting, posing and compositing, creating images from multi exposures. Using myself as a model will allow me to readily do this.

I already have a lot of ideas about things I want to do, but doing a project like this is also a great opportunity to learn from others and so I shall be looking for inspiration from other photographers. In fact I recently fascinated by the work of Francesca Woodman

and Vivian Maier  give them a look, see what you think.

OK then, time to ‘walk the talk’ as they say and produce the goods, here are my first attempts. As the weather is so dreadful at the moment I thought I would start off with something simple indoors in the studio.

Since they were ‘portraits’ traditionally taken to hang on the wall I thought I would start off having a bit of fun with a picture frame, this also gave me a chance to have a bit of fun in post-production with a little bit of compositing.

 

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He is also a great lover of coffee so if you fancy discussing your wedding or portrait photography over an Americano, Flat White, Skinny Latte or whatever else is going do get in touch – phone 01787 474923 or email tony@tonysalephotography.co.uk
Oct 252013
 

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This is a repost from ‘fototails.me and the original post can be read here

I thought it was a very touching and thought provoking post and so wanted to share it with you here.:

There will be no portrait photos in this post.  This letter wasn’t mailed – it was at my doorstep when I got home a couple months ago.  I read it, I cried, and read it again – probably a hundred times by now.  It wasn’t easy to read – and honestly, as much as it validates what I do for a living – I wasn’t sure I was going to share it either.  If you choose to read through the letter, you will know why I’ve finally chosen to share it.

July 2nd, 2011

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Today I am writing for a couple of reasons.  I have some quiet time at the moment and need to get a couple of things off my mind.  I will leave this for my husband to deliver to you when he is ready.

You photographed my wedding, you photographed my first pregnancy and my first baby.  I contacted you awhile back to photograph my 2nd child and family.  After getting prices and realizing I would want all of the pictures as we love your work – I decided against spending $500+ – which is what I normally spend for portraits and prints with you..  Please know it is not because I don’t value your amazing eye, or how much we love the experience.

That week that I decided to NOT do a session with you, this is how I spent some money.

On Sunday I called and cancelled our session.  Monday I went out and got my hair cut ($39+tip), and colored ($65), Thursday I had my nails done ($24), my family went out to dinner at a somewhat expensive restaurant for no particular reason costing us $79 + tip.  This was just 4 days since canceling our session, already totaling over $200 for un necessary things.  My nails only lasted about 2 weeks, my hair is gone, and seven weeks passed when I got the phone call from our doctor.  It was not something I expected and the cancer has spread very quickly.  I will be leaving my husband, my 6 year old girl and my now 2 year old – not by choice.  It is very hard for me to talk about it which is why I need to write you.

I watch your Facebook page and your posts about the value of a photo and if I could give back all of those things that I purchased this few weeks after I cancelled my session with you, knowing what I know now, and have that session, well… I would do it in a heartbeat. 

Now my time is done and there are no more chances for me.  The next time someone cancels a session – my wish is that you forward this letter to them.  Time is fragile, it is gone before you know you had it.  If you charged $200 for one print it wouldn’t be enough for what it is actually worth.  I cringe to think that my priorities were a manicure over a memory to pass onto my babies and husband.

My love and thanks for what you have given us from past photos.  I am so sorry that I did not see it as more than paper until now.

Karen L.

Tony is the owner of Tony Sale Photography a much sought after wedding and portrait photographer based in Essex. He is known for his particular style of putting couples at ease and of mixing traditional, documentary and artistic genres to ensure the perfect capture of your special day.
He is also a great lover of coffee so if you fancy discussing your wedding or portrait photography over an Americano, Flat White, Skinny Latte or whatever else is going do get in touch – phone 01787 474923 or email tony@tonysalephotography.co.uk
Dec 162012
 

Training with Denton Photography

I recently spent a few days training with photographer John Denton and his wife Liz at their studios near Beverley in East Yorkshire. What an excellent weekend it was, the Saturday and Sunday were both full days of shooting with two different models booked by John and on the Monday was an excellent and informative / interactive input from with Liz on the business and marketing and more importantly branding side of the photography business.

The studio’s is situated on a farm in a beautiful rural part of the county it has access to a traditional indoor studio but also has a plethora of shooting locations / opportunities around the farm itself.

The training was on a one to one basis and so was tailored directly to my needs, I was specifically looking to develop the areas of lighting and posing and as it was we worked on a multitude of scenarios, including daylight, studio, indoor, outdoors and night time.

I got so many great shots over the two days that I have decided to divide them up over a number of blog posts.

These shots are from the first day and include the first images of our model Nikki, there will be more to follow.

 

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Tony is the owner of Tony Sale Photography a much sought after wedding and portrait photographer based in Essex. He is known for his particular style of putting couples at ease and of mixing traditional, documentary and artistic genres to ensure the perfect capture of your special day.
He is also a great lover of coffee so if you fancy discussing your wedding or portrait photography over an Americano, Flat White, Skinny Latte or whatever else is going do get in touch – phone 01787 474923 or email tony@tonysalephotography.co.uk
Oct 162012
 

Family portrait photography – all the girls

I love photographing portraits whether it is in the studio, at client’s homes or else lifestyle portraits outside or on location. This particular session was photographed in my home studio.

I was contacted by Natalie, who lives in earls Colne, a few weeks previously, saying that she wanted some portraits taken of her mum, her sister, her daughter and herself and she wanted a mixture with some shots of them all together and some taken individually.

I shot some portraits for Natalie a couple of years back when her daughter Katie was only four, these were a series of portraits of just Katie with her Nan., which were a mix of shots taken in the studio and in the local park. Natalie told me she loved these photos and that’s why she had come back for more. Photographers like everyone else love to hear positive comments about their work and there is no greater compliment than when people recommend you to their friends and family or else when they come back for more.

To be honest I get a lot of my wedding and portrait work through recommendations and it really is fantastic.

The shoot went really well, everyone soon relaxed and got in to it, we did a few set changes we had a chat, we had a laugh, we had a cup of tea and generally everyone thoroughly enjoyed it. Best of all we got some fantastic photo’s Natalie, her mum Julie, sister Georgie and daughter Katie were delighted with the results and have already purchased about 18 different photographs.

To find out more about portrait photography Halstead or portrait photography in Braintree then phone me on 01787 474923 or contact me via the contact form

I have reproduced a selection of images from the shoot below.

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Apr 302012
 

Some months ago I took part in a training day looking at various aspects of lighting in portrait photography. As a wedding photographer and portrait photographer, I think it’s essential to take part in regular and ongoing training sessions. It’s a great way to stay on top of your game, to keep up to speed with current trends and to develop and practice new techniques.

This particular day was run by none other than one of the great photography trainers, Martin Grahame-Dunn.

Here are a few shots from the day.

 

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He is also a great lover of coffee so if you fancy discussing your wedding or portrait photography over an Americano, Flat White, Skinny Latte or whatever else is going do get in touch – phone 01787 474923 or email tony@tonysalephotography.co.uk
Oct 302011
 

A few weeks back I was contacted by Sharon who happens to live in the same village as me, Gosfield in north Essex, she wanted some portrait photographs of her and her two teenage daughters. She wanted them to give as a birthday present to her mother, which I thought was a very nice idea.

We were fairly restricted on time, as her mum’s birthday was only a couple of weeks off and both Sharon and her daughters have pretty busy life styles. There were no weekend possibilities and so we had to plump for one evening mid week and to restrict things even more they couldn’t make it until 7.00PM – about the time the natural light disappeared.

None the less we still wanted to do some outdoor shots and it was a great chance to do some off camera flash portrait photography. The plan was to meet at the playing fields in the village where there is a large open sports field and also children’s play park with lots of swings, roundabouts and see saws etc. After that we would head to my home portrait studio and do some nicely controlled well lit studio portrait photography.

I actually got to the playing fields about fifteen minutes early just to have a look around and plan a few shots, but WOW! It would have been so good if Sharon and the girls had been there too, about ten to seven the sun was setting and looked quite stunning as it dropped low in the sky. It would have been great to have photographed them with the sun set as a back drop but as it was they were a few minutes late and the effect had completely gone.

Despite that we still captured some really great portraits

A selection of some of my favourite images from the day can be seen below. Please do leave a comment if you can.

If you would like to discuss your wedding photography or portrait photography then please do not hesitate to contact me.

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Oct 042011
 

A few weeks ago I was asked by Graham to take to take some portrait photographs of his wife Anne to mark a very special birthday celebration. If I remember rightly she was going to be 50 very soon (but I don’t really like to ask). Graham and Anne are both very slim and athletic and both keep themselves very fit, training in karate several times each week.  They have recently returned from living in New Zealand, where they lived for a number of years and are currently staying in the picturesque market town of Braintree in north Essex. They joined me for the morning in my photographic studio in Gosfield only a few miles away. Before diving straight in we spent a few minutes discussing the format of the shoot and the types and styles of photographs we / they wanted to achieve.  We decided on a mix of fairly formal studio portraits followed by some more relaxed outdoor portraits in a nearby local park. The shoot went well and we managed to get a wide selection of photographs, I have produced some of these below. For all of your wedding photography and portrait photography needs please visit my main web site at www.blog.tonysalephotography.co.uk

A few weeks ago I was asked by Graham to take to take some portrait photographs of his wife Anne to mark a very special birthday celebration. If I remember rightly she was going to be 50 very soon (but I think he must have been making that up, she certainly didn’t look that old).

Graham and Anne are both in excellent shape, very slim and athletic and both keep themselves very fit, training in karate several times each week. (perhaps that’s why they look so young. They have recently returned to the UK from New Zealand, where they lived for a number of years and are currently staying in the picturesque market town of Braintree in north Essex. They joined me for the morning in my photographic studio in Gosfield only a few miles away.

Before diving straight in to taking photographs we spent a few minutes discussing the format of the shoot and the types and styles of photographs we / they wanted to achieve. It was decided to go for a mix of fairly formal studio portraits followed by some more relaxed outdoor portraits in a nearby local park.

The shoot went very well and we came away with a broad collection of different images, I have produced a selection of these below.

For all of your wedding photography and portrait photography needs please visit my main web site at www.tonysalephotography.co.uk

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Sep 282011
 

A few weeks back I shot a studio photo session at my home based photography studio in Gosfield north Essex. On this occasion I had student photographer Becca Sidhu with me who was looking to develop her portfolio and to learn something about studio portrait photography including lighting and posing techniques. If you follow my blog you will know that Becca has photographed with me before when we photographed models Emma and Jade and produced some exciting environmental portraits on a shoot around Gosfield. You can see those photo here

On this occasion we were photographing model Emma again but this time it was along with her friend Nina. The plan was to shoot some high key portraiture but to also then apply some post production portrait re touching techniques, smoothing skin, enhancing eyes etc. The ultimate goal to was to produce some stunning beauty portraits / fashion style portraits.

The shoot went really well, Emma and Jade were great and really got in to the whole modelling thing, they bought a couple of changes of clothing and were brilliant at posing and following directions, although Nina did occasionally get a fit of the giggles. (But that’s ok it kept us all amused) We worked through a number of different posing and lighting set ups and came away with what I thought were some pretty good portraits.

I have produced a selection of images from the shoot below and will look to add some other at a leter date – stay tuned!

Tony Sale is a wedding and portrait photographer who photographs wedding throughout Essex and the UK. To find out more information check out his main web site at www.tonysalephotography.co.uk

 

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Jul 232011
 

I was recently commissioned to take some family portrait photographs to mark a 60th Birthday celebration. However not only was it the ‘mums’ birthday celebration it was also a family reunion as it was a fairly unique opportunity for all the family members to get together all at the same time, people had travelled from across Essex and from as far away as Surrey.
There were 12 people in all, as well as three dogs who wanted to get in on the act. What they wanted was some photographs of all of them together but also some individual family / children shots.
We started with some fairly formal group shots inside before going out in to the garden and doing some more informal fun stuff.

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Jul 182011
 

A couple of weeks ago I completed a pre wedding photo shoot at Stock Brook Manor located between Bilericay and Stock in Essex.

I have completed a number of pre wedding shoots over the years and all of them are special in their own way, but I have to say this one really was a little bit different than all of the rest – different that is in that only one of the ‘happy couple’ turned up.

Unfortunately and at short notice Ben was unable to make it and rather than cancel Jane came along on her own. Although it seemed a little strange at first, as I had prepared myself to be photographing a couple, we actually had a great shoot.

When I had met Jane previously she told me she didn’t like to be photographed and that she felt awkward in front of the camera. In fact that’s one of the reasons for planning this pre wedding photo shoot, to teach her how to pose and to feel relaxed in front of the camera.

The shoot was a great success, Jane did start off a little apprehensive and a little unsure of herself however she very quickly grew in confidence and towards the end was clearly enjoying it; and we produced some very beautiful very natural portrait shots.

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Jul 022011
 

Children’s portrait photography – ‘studio portrait photography’’

Kian is going to be two years old very soon and so his mum Abi decided it would be a good time to get some up to date portraits done. Having spent some time discussing her requirements we decided to go for a studio portrait shoot. She wanted a nice set of framed prints for their home and a selection of smaller photographs to give as gifts to relatives and friends.

Kian is a fantastic little boy he is very chatty, very interactive and very inquisitive, just like most two year olds! However like most other two year olds he is also very independent and likes to make up his own mind, especially about where and when he will have his photograph taken. The session therefore was very interactive and very dynamic with constant changes to the photographic location. Many shots were not taken in the studio at all but rather were taken in a nearby armchair (which was carefully positioned to capture some beautiful window light).


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May 222011
 

Prested Hall Wedding

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It was my privilege back on the 29th April to photograph the wedding of Gaynor and Tony at Prested Hall near Kelvedon in Essex. As I’m sure most of you remember this was also a special day for another wedding as well – of course I’m referring to the Royal Wedding of William and Kate at Westminster Abbey. (As I had already agreed to photograph Gaynor and Tony’s wedding I unfortunately had to let Will’s and Kate down! But I think they managed to find someone else!).

Gaynor and Tony are a fantastic couple from Braintree also in Essex, for those of you that follow my blog you will know we did a pre wedding photo shoot, also at Prested Hall back in March this year.

The 29th was a beautiful day, with blue skies and bright sunshine, Gaynor looked fantastic in her wedding dress and Tony had scrubbed up pretty good too, looking really cool in his morning suite and teal coloured cravat and handkerchief. The bridesmaids were also wearing teal coloured dresses and looked delightful. Unfortunately one of the bridesmaids, Gaynor’s daughter, Chloe, was feeling unwell on the day and was unable to carry out her role. That was a real shame but I’m pleased that she soon recovered and is feeling better now.

Both Tony and Gaynor had previously told me that they felt a bit nervous and uncomfortable about being photographed, but that’s really very difficult to believe because they were both so relaxed and the photographs look so natural. I think having a pre wedding photo shoot definitely helped. We were able to get to know each other a lot better, I was able to gain their confidence and most importantly I was able to give them some tips on how to stand and pose to look natural and relax. I think we got some beautiful photographs but I particularly like the natural light portraits taken on the bridge and in the grounds of the hall.

I have produced a selection of photographs below –

Prested Hall is an excellent wedding venue situated just off the A12 and not too far from either Chelmsford or Colchester both also in the wonderful county of Essex.

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Photo of the groom looking very dashing outside Prested Hall

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The groom poses for photo’s before the wedding ceremony

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The bride looking pensive but gorgeous before the ceremony

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The bride waits calmly before the wedding ceremony

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Bride and bridesmaids at Prested Hall

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Bride looking out of the window at Prested Hall

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Groom and best man wait nervously for the bride to arrive

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Wedding photography Prested Hall – the groom sees the bride for the first time.

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Bride and groom at Prested Hall signing the wedding register

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Bride and groom at the start of the wedding procession.

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Guests throw confetti in the gardens of Prested Hall – Kelvedon Essex

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The bride and groom enjoy a quiet moment in the gardens at Prested Hall

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Black and white photograph of the bride and groom

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The happily married couple on the bridge in the gardens of Prested Hall in Essex

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A tender moment between the bride and groom

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A natural light portrait of the bride and groom at Prested Hall

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