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When I was first starting out in photography I experimented with all sorts of portraiture including street, candid reportage and natural light. I enjoyed all of it, but I decided to concentrate on classic studio portraits using flash.

I prefer to work with studio lighting because I find it allows more scope for self-expression, rather than natural light outdoors. My lighting setups

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