New Portfolios online now

Jan 30, 2009 | Flash, Studio, Wedding | 11 comments

Follow the links below to see the picture collections of Damien & Julie Lovegrove.

Natural Light Location Portraits
This collection is part of the current portfolio of Damien Lovegrove. Many of the pictures were taken by Damien while delivering his Urban Portrait workshops. They are all taken with natural light.

Flash Location Portraits
This collection is part of the current portfolio of Damien Lovegrove. Many of the pictures were taken by Damien while delivering his Urban Portrait workshops. They are all taken with either Speedlights using TTL mostly off camera, or with a Broncolor Mobil kit.

Studio Portraits
This collection is part of the current portfolio of Damien Lovegrove. Many of the pictures were taken by Damien while delivering his Studio Lighting workshops. They are all taken using studio strobes or their modeling lights.

Children Location Portraits
This is a portfolio collection of client pictures taken between 2002 and the present day. The set comprises photographs of children and their pets taken at their home or on location.

Wedding Showreel Set 2006
This is the set of 500 pictures we used in the 2006 production of our wedding showreel by the legendary Peter Rogers.

Wedding Showreel Set 2003
This is the set of 300 pictures we used in the original 2003 production of our wedding showreel compiled by the legendary Peter Rogers.

Please feel free to leave comments below on the pictures or galleries.

11 Comments

  1. damien

    Thank you Kieron for your kind words.

    Mark, I suggest you get your sensor cleaned by experts like ACS if it is in a bad way or just get in there with one of the many contraptions for the job. I use the ‘lens pen’ from 7 day shop. It does the job for me.

    Damien.

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  2. Mark Pollock

    Hi Damien

    Great work and very inspirational.

    Q. Can you advise where to get my 5D sensor cleaned or any tips for me to do it?

    Many thanks

    Mark

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  3. Kieron Nevison

    Hi Damien

    I think you portfolio is fantastic and I view it on the computer a lot, looking for inspiration. To see them in print at focus was another thing completely. In print they look amazing, I kept walking back to look at them again.

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  4. damien

    Hi Ian,

    The ‘Crocks’ pictures along with all the others have been ‘printed’. The location helps but we enhance reality in Lightroom and Photoshop.

    Thanks, Damien.

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  5. damien

    Thanks for the kind words everyone. – Tim, Portrait aspect ratio is best. They are made by Plastic Sandwich and are available online here

    Damien.

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  6. Tim Palmer

    Damien
    your portfolio (real not online) is stunning. What size would you recommend and portrait or landscape?

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  7. Steve Oatway

    Always a pleasure and an inspiration to see great work.

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  8. Ian

    Wonderful. Inspirational stuff. Lots of ideas I can use when trying to capture my kids.

    Can I ask about shot #6 of the children location gallery (two girls in bright pink Crocs)? Is there much PPing done here to make the colours look so fantastic?

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  9. Nick

    Awesome! I have seen a lot of these from your DVD’s but there are lots more here and its great to see them on the computer. There is a lot to inspiring stuff here thanks for sharing Damien and Julie.

    Can’t wait to attend the Urban Portrait shoot on May 11th :-)

    Will stop by and say hello at the NEC and the new DVD’s I got at SWPP are cool thanks.

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  10. Coventry Bob

    A great motivational resource for all us wedding photographers
    Thank you Julie and Damien.

    See you at the NEC

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  11. Stuart

    FANTASIC! Real inspiring stuff. Thanks

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