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The power that was Polaroid

Posted on 14th August 2017 By Ellie Popham

It would seem that in an era of advancing technology, Fujifilm have taken us back in time and brought back to life our love for instant prints.   Last Christmas, I received this (rather cute looking) Instax Mini 70. I had been after one, since a good friend of mine had introduced me to it […]

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Create, Curate, Capture: On the image-making process

Posted on 30th May 2017 By Kinga Lubowiecka

The renowned American photographer Ansel Adams beautifully captures the essence of image creation – “You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” Within the photographic studio, this work ethic is particularly fitting; in order to create a successful range of product photographs, curation, preparation and attention to detail are key. Since the start of the […]

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Book Launches, products, landscapes, oh – and David Miliband

Posted on 13th March 2017 By Fisher Studios

The last few weeks have been as varied as they have been busy as we emerge out of the winter into spring. We’ve enjoyed a wonderful array of shoots from furniture and landscapes to writers and politicians. We are certainly never bored!  

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Cityscapes

Posted on 16th February 2017 By Fisher Studios

Recently, we’ve had the pleasure of photographing for CRM Students in various cities around the UK. Last week was Cardiff and Canterbury, two very different places, but both equally as enchanting.

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New website imminent

Posted on 14th February 2017 By David Fisher

We’ve been making some major improvements and revisions to our website and over the past few weeks and so you’ll notice that many of our galleries are empty as we re-populate them. Please bear with us while we’re in this ‘work in progress’ interim state and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have […]

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Going for Gold

Posted on 12th August 2016 By Kinga Lubowiecka

Inspired by the Rio 2016 Olympic games we teamed up with Oxford University Cycling Club’s Tamara Davenne (@tdavenne) (@OUCyclingClub) and created a series of studio portraits. The results of our creative session can be found below.   Photography by Kinga Lubowiecka

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50 VERTICAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF OXFORD

Posted on 7th August 2016 By David Fisher

Here is the second in my two part series on photographs of Oxford (refer to last month’s post on 50 horizontal photographs of Oxford). I separated the two posts in this way (horizontal and vertical) because orientation is often a critical factor for designers in deciding an image. Whilst horizontal images will tend to work well on […]

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Never judge a shoot by its raw files

Posted on 1st August 2016 By David Fisher

I have a little book entitled “It’s not how good you are, it’s how good you want to be” by Paul Arden. I highly recommend it to anyone who needs a little inspiration and encouragement. It can be read in one sitting over a coffee in your favourite coffee shop, and it will make you […]

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50 HORIZONTAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF OXFORD

Posted on 12th July 2016 By David Fisher

There’s nothing quite as inspiring, but also as challenging, as wandering the streets and meadows of Oxford looking for photo opportunities. We are regularly asked to produce photographs of Oxford that are a little different from the usual spires skyline, that capture the essence of the city, but in a slightly less literal way. So this […]

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Kofi Annan at the Blavatnik School of Government

Posted on 15th June 2016 By Kinga Lubowiecka

On the 2nd June the Blavatnik School of Government hosted a special guest – Mr. Kofi Annan. The former Secretary-General of the United Nations conversed with the school’s Dean , Ngaire Woods, about the role of the UN in the 21st Century. The event itself began on a light note with a joke on the […]

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