Our previous online Galleries, Landscapes & Seascapes have now become one. Allowing our clients to view \ purchase our work all within one NEW Online Gallery, new pricing structure and fully integrated online ordering system also now in place across all galleries, so no matter what style of photo or type of event the pricing remains the same.
With online purchases now being fully fulfilled within days, shipped directly from LAB to your Front Door
We are so happy to announce that here at JustGreatShots Photography, we have now linked our online gallery ordering systems with Loxley Colour Professional printing services, this partnership will now allow us not only to offer our clients with more printing options but will also allow us to offer a one-stop shop, from order, to print, to your front door
New Online Galleries, New Pricing options and more printing sizes now live here at JustGreatShots Photography. Click Here to find out more
Just a quick Blog to say thank you, to the Applied Karate Association for once again inviting JustGreatShots Photography along to cover their Kid Karate Competition, held at the Mountbatten Centre Portsmouth back on the 12th May. Online Gallery now contains just under 400 images from this amazing sporting event.
Thank you all once again, and hope to capture you all at the next one
Here at JustGreatShots Photography, we would like to say a big thank you once again to the Applied Karate Association for inviting us along to capture all the amazing action from this year’s Kids Summer Karate Competition held at the Mountbatten Centre Portsmouth.
The Karate action was fast and furious, from the off but all within a controlled and friendly manner, with everyone from competitors to Referees and judges, and the families watching their kids showing off their amazing Karate skills.
An Online Gallery from this amazing event can be now be found online with more and more images to be added over the next coming week head, so please keep your eyes open and remember to revisit over the next coming week.
Short break all booked at the last minute, and we find ourselves heading off down the A3 and following the instruction as provided by our SAT NAV, 5hrs later we arrive at our holiday destination Sea Acres Cornwall, ok not the easiest of locations to get to when following your SAT NAT but a nice little park, friendly with all that you need to enjoy a short break away.
The plan for our week away, to capture the following photos, Tin Mine, Small Finishing Harbour, St. Michaels Mount etc
What else could I say apart from YES, when we got invited along on a photography walk to this amazing location, this shipwreck walk had been arranged by my friend Andy Hornby, who also runs a photography workshop group on Facebook?
like a lot of other photographers who live in the Hampshire, we drive past this shipwreck and iconic old crane on our daily commute to work along the M275 Portsmouth.
The photography walk began with a group of 11 photographers all meeting up in a car park at Port Solent, before heading off towards this amazing location, strong winds and heavy rain had been forecast, so it was very hit and miss if this walk would take place, but with our cameras at the ready, we started shooting images whilst watching the sun going down over this old shipwreck, ok yes at one point the heavens did open but that didn’t put us off taking photos.
Images from this Shipwreck Walk, have been made available to purchase online
As Photographers we all know that with every shot we take we learn something new, we also know that with every shot we take, what we thought we had learnt goes out the window when you introduce flash.
Here at JustGreatShots Photography, we are always happy to share what we have learnt, and as you know we offer Workshops but from time to time it’s great to brush up our own skills by taking Workshops offered by offer Great Photographers.
On this occasion, the workshop was based on brushing up our skills on Flash \ Model Photography and how to pose someone to capture that Just Great Shot.
This workshop was run by a Photographer called Andy Hornby, and our Model for the day was Chealsie, the workshop was all based on exposing our camera settings for ambient light, and then adjusting the flash output to light-up our model.