Latest News and Blog Updates

News and Blog Updates of selected work and projects we have been working on.

November Update

Its been a very busy few months and its hard to believe we are nearly at Christmas. As expected for the time of year I have been very busy with family portrait photographs, but I have also done a wedding some interesting aerial photography projects, product photography and some cool business portraits

I do wish I was competent of keeping up with this blog and adding new pieces of work as they happen but it never works out that way and I always forget.

I will add some posts soon though, in the meantime I wanted to share a link to Sohei Nishino a Japanese photographer. Who creates aerial view dioramas of cities by piecing together thousands of photographs he has taken of the city on the ground.

http://www.soheinishino.com/en/works/dioramamap/london/index.html

He uses a film camera to photograph the cities as he walks the streets for roughly a month, before developing the negatives and finally arranging the prints to make up the scene.

Pretty cool stuff.

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New Photo Studio Backgrounds

New Studio Backgrounds!

Family photo shoots taken against a bright white background, have been very popular for the last fifteen years. The style has become synonymous with high street studios and I expect it has bit a lot more life in it yet.

But here at Squire & Squire we want to break free from the formula’s of old and embrace a new future of colour!  Therefore we have invested in a range of coloured backgrounds and scenes suitable for a wealth of subjects. For more information please call 01926 800105 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   or contact us online through our family portraits Warwick page.

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Dog Portraits Warwickshire

I have done a fair amount of pet portraits over the years, dogs are often treated as another member of the family so when it comes to family portraits its always a must to include the family pet.  My mother recently took on Dora a rescue dog from the Dogs Trust in Kenilworth, Dora is my niece Isabella's new best friend, so I decided to take some photographs of Dora for Isabella's birthday. 

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They do say never work with children or animals but with a bit of patience its possible to capture the different expressions that animals have, above I have used different coloured backgrounds to make Dora stand out and add a bit of fun to the image. I think the pink one works best but I decided to make a small montage and then have it printed on canvas for Isabella's wall.  

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