broncolor "How To" - Mission Impossible

broncolor “How To” – Mission Impossible

Karl Taylor Photography Equipment & Software, Photography Studio, Professional Photography Knowledge 6 Comments

In this new broncolor “How To” training video I’m in Switzerland with Urs Recher. We’re using the broncolor pulsospot4 to recreate a Mission Impossible style moment with our lovely model Zoe. We’ve been working hard filming and editing to bring you more of these broncolor “How To” videos over the coming weeks. Please help us spread the word – simply share …

Creative control can be a daunting prospect!

Karl Taylor Commercial Photography, Photography Shoots, Photography Studio, Still Life Photography 6 Comments

As a commercial photographer I get told what to do all the time. Always following direction, always following a brief. My clients will have done their research about what will appeal to the market and that research dictates the concept. The opposite of this is those times when we are given creative control, this can be daunting as sometimes you …


Ravenscroft Shoot

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Recently I welcomed into my studio a group of employees from Ravenscroft Stockbroking and Investment Management to shoot an upcoming campaign. Working with Ravenscroft on this campaign were TPA (a marketing communications agency) who were the visionaries for the campaign. When tasked with a job such as this, my main goal is to match the vision of my client. In …

How to make something ordinary look desirable? – Karl Taylor’s flooring photo shoot.

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This is one of those professional photographer creativity challenges! It was an absolute pleasure to welcome a new client and the team from Karndean flooring for a recent shoot in my studio. Karndean, if you didn’t know already are one of the world’s biggest flooring companies with a huge range of design flooring for commercial and home purposes. One of …

A little round up of our latest Advertising, Product and Still Life workshop

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Well it was another incredibly happy set of students on our premium 4-day workshop targeting Product, Still Life and Advertising Photography. With a fully booked workshop restricted to a small group of 8 people I am able to precisely demonstrate the techniques for this lucrative area of photography. With demonstrations on moving liquids, bottles photography, cosmetics, pack-shots, whisky, watches, wine, …

So, what actually happens on my photography workshops?

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In January the team and I hosted our second ‘Deeper Understanding’ workshop which was another great success with students walking away with knowledge they didn’t anticipate. Hope you enjoy the video 🙂 There are just a few places available on the next one, for more details visit:

What can professional lab printing do for your photos?

Karl Taylor Beginner Photography Tips, Photography Equipment & Software, Photography Knowledge, Photography Studio 2 Comments

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Digg Del StumbleUponWhy Use a Pro lab for printing your favorite photography is a question I'm frequently asked. In this quick photo documentary I visit a professional photo lab where John answers my questions on this topic. We look at some printing results and discuss the following: Why use a pro-lab over a small ink jet ...

Merry Christmas from all of us at Karl Taylor Photography

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Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp GmailAfter a very, very busy year of video editing, Ben (our video man) decided to have a bit of fun before going home for the holidays. Thank you for following and supporting us this year. Enjoy the video!! Karl.​​​ P.s. Did you see our Darth Vader Parody? Check it out here: