Here is a collection of my 2012 photographs. The sequence starts with some studio shots taken with Lupolux lights and Elinchrom flash.

After the studio sequence comes the boudoir set lit with Lupolux. The boudoir set includes pictures shot for my video production called Simply Boudoir.

I then share my street and location stills taken throughout Europe before finishing with a few of my couples shots. My couples video is now available.

Have a fabulous 2013. If you are feeling the need for some inspiration in the sun join me in Fuerteventura in March.

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8 Responses

  1. Tony Sale

    Stunning images Damien, a great year, you should feel very proud of yourself.

    Would be nice if it ran just a little bit slower so each image could be appreciated for just a little bit longer.

  2. damien

    Hi Tony,

    Thanks for your kind words. Running at that speed means you won’t get bored :) I’ll be deconstructing those images for my Masterclass at SWPP next week if you can make it.

    Kind regards, Damien.

  3. Robert Pugh

    Love the photo collection Damien, just a quick question on one of your video downloads (Lighting Winter Weddings) what topics will this cover i.e on and of camera flash, speed lights and settings.

    Hoping to get on one of your workshops this year work permitting.

    • damien

      Hi Robert,

      Winter weddings covers off camera flash, use of Arri lights and battery light if I remember. I also show Speedlights on stands outside for the big picture. All Speedlight stuff is TTL. Julie shows how to use a monopod to capture detail shots too. It was about 4 or 5 years ago that we made the video.

      Kind regards, Damien.

    • damien

      Thanks Adam. A little Americanism creeping in there. We must do beer sometime. It’s always fun with you :) Cheers, Damien.


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Damien Lovegrove is a world renowned portrait photographer specialising in making women look fabulous. “I’m inspired by beauty and as I have matured as a photographer I’ve learned to see beauty in just about everyone and everywhere. It’s not what I look at that matters to me, it is what I see. I love people and I suppose women in particular. I love their mannerisms, fashion, style and beauty."

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