Tag: jen brook

An Interview with Jen Brook

The strap-line on Jen Brook’s blog says “I consider myself an artist trapped inside the body of one who cannot paint…so instead, I model…” Jen, as you will see if you look at her pictures however, does not just model. She also comes up with the concept for the image

On Developing a Photographic Style

Some photographers, either consciously or otherwise, have a very definite style. On seeing one of their images you instinctively know it is by that photographer even if their name is not attributed to the image. The photographer and blogger Ming Thein has recently written an excellent post on defining style

The Photography Show 2014

I’ve just returned from The Photography Show which is running from 1st – 4th March at the National Exhibition Centre near Birmingham. The Photography Show is the replacement to Focus on Imaging which ran for nearly 25 years before being unexpectedly closed after the 2013 show. This year I took

What Level Are You At?

The photographer and blogger Ming Thein wrote a wonderful post back in November 2012 about the creative evolution of a photographer. He identifies four stages (actually five if you include the pre stage) that photographers typically advance through as they improve their technical as well as creative skills. In many

Five ‘Must Visit’ Photography Blogs

Here are the five photography related blogs that I currently find myself reading most often, and why. Jen Brook Model. To see why Jen Brook is not just your common-or-garden model you only have to read her blog tag line: “I consider myself an artist trapped inside the body of

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