Prophotonut was started by Damien Lovegrove in 2008 and is a collection of 580 posts that have been viewed over 5 million times. It regularly gets 4000 visitors each day and when Damien has just posted this rises to 1000 visitors per hour. “The secret of Prophotonut’s success are it’s numerous pillar articles on all kinds of subjects including shooting street portraits, how to photograph couples and settings to use with a Fuji X-T1” Says Damien.
Damien Lovegrove is considered by many to be one of the worlds most influential contemporary photographers. He is best known for creating portraits that make women look fabulous. He is a confident director and great fun to shoot with too. Damien’s lighting style is legendary and his picture composition, sublime.
Damien is living life to the full on adventures as an Official Fujifilm X-Photographer. He has shot with Fujifilm X series cameras since May 2012 and now shoots exclusively with the Fujifilm GFX50s
Damien and Julie Lovegrove have built a great team around them, Laura, Blaise and Suzi run the diary and liaise with portrait and commercial clients. Luke is in charge of picture retouching and web design. Vicki is the studio make up and hair artist and Julie Lovegrove, as well as being a photographer and tour leader in her own right is also the finance director.
Lovegrove Shop is a small company with a big profile. A player on the world stage working from a contemporary studio in a converted farm in Somerset UK. Our enthusiastic verve is creatively driven. We love image making and always strive to exceed our own and our customers expectations. The foundation for our team success comes from a continuing education in photography and business. We have never stopped learning and we have this wealth of knowledge and experience to pass on.
“It is no surprise that both fame and success at the very top of their industry have come so quickly to the Lovegroves. They are a winning combination with a recipe for success.”
Professional Photographer magazine
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