photography

On Location with Anatomic Shoes by Emma Morton

See some of the highlights from our recent Autumn Winter 2019 location shoot with client, Anatomic Shoes.

Arriving at busy Cuffley Station we met up with South American model Santiago, and set off for the location!

Arriving at busy Cuffley Station we met up with South American model Santiago, and set off for the location!

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The location chosen by the Anatomic team was Colesdale Farm in Cuffley, not far from Potters Bar, Herts. For the day we had access to a small wooden cabin which was used as our base as well as shooting a few images inside! Surrounding the cabin was a large pond, with stables and lots of fields!

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Fame hungry Monty the Anatomic dog who is the inspiration and features as the company logo!

Time to get the kit ready, go for a reccie around the grounds while the model is styled for the first look.

Equipment Spec:

  • Canon Mark 2

  • Len’s - 24-105mm

  • Canon Speedlite Flash 600 EX-RT

  • Sakonic Lightmetre

  • Elinchrom style 600 with beauty soft box

Camera and lights at the ready!

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With the log cabin set up as our base it kept all equipment, clothes, accessories and of course the shoes dry on what was a day of very changeable weather conditions.

Gathering ideas together from around the area where some locals came to say hello…

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Monty gate crashes the reccie!

Monty gate crashes the reccie!

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Time for Paul to get shooting while Monty keeps an eye on proceedings…

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Our photographers always go the extra mile to get the perfect shot, even when it means laying down in long wet grass or being nudged off a fence by the local donkeys, safe to say they were ready for their portrait!

 

One way of drying out from the rain…

 
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Even superstar models need their beauty sleep, Monty grabs some well deserved Zzzzzz’s

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Setting the scene for a romantic date night crashed by guess who…? Monty who only had eyes for the cake!

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It’s a wrap!! Well done to all who helped make this a successful and enjoyable shoot!

CAST

Photographer - Paul Downes
Assistant - Emma Morton
Model - Santiago Castro
Stylist - Moema Pimentel
Stylist Assistants - Leena Alwani and Juliana Oliveira
Motorbike Owner - Joao Conrado
Star of the show… Monty!!

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In the Studio with Susana Cabrera by Emma Morton

Still Life Shot for Susana Cabrera Social Media 3Objectives Photography Studio

Still Life Shot for Susana Cabrera Social Media
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A native of Córdoba, She inherited an early passion for fine footwear from her grandfather, watching him obsessively polish and care for his substantial collection of exquisite handmade leather brogues. Inspired by the same historic, local techniques she grew up with, today each Susana Cabrera shoe is equally carefully crafted, and handmade in Spain.

-You – Name, Job Title and Company
Susana Cabrera, Director of Susana Cabrera Ltd

-Who is your inspiration?
My father

-What is your favourite piece of equipment?
My suitcase

-What made you choose your profession?
Creativity and the freedom to be creative.

-Equipment you can't live without?
My phone!

-What are your achievements?
My family and friends and to live in a different country and learn from their culture

-What's the first album you bought?
Now 34!

-If you were the Mayor of London for the day what would you change?
The poverty and crime

-What is your favourite country visited?
UK

-What books, blogs or podcasts do you read or listen to?
Autobiographies and travel.

-What do you do in your spare time?
Yoga and Pilates

-If you were marooned on a desert island what 3 people (dead or alive) would you choose to be there with you and why?
Bear Grylls for survival, Jackie Chan for mental strength and Jennifer Aniston because she is very funny :)

In the Studio with Enda Leahy by Emma Morton

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Meet Enda Leahy, a talented freelance photographer that 3Objectives work closely and collaborate with. Enda excels in producing interior, event, portrait and head shot photography.

-You – Name, Job Title and Company

Enda Leahy ( Leahy is my Mam’s maiden name)

-Who is your inspiration?

 My Mother, Una Leahy.

-What is your favourite piece of equipment?

 Pentax 6x7
-Equipment you can't live without?

 My eyes :)

-What's the first album you bought?

 Star Wars sound track

-What is your favourite country visited?

 India

-What do you do in your spare time?

 Sport, Galleries, Cinema, Travel.



In the Studio with Lizzie Court by Emma Morton

Lizzie Court

Lizzie Court

Meet Lizzie Court, a talented makeup and hair artist who has worked in the industry for over 20 years.  Lizzie works in the fields of Catalogue, Editorial, Lookbooks, advertising, Video/Film and Celebrity. We have had the pleasure of meeting Lizzie regularly when she comes into the studio to shoot with clients.

-You – Name, Job Title and Company
Lizzie Court, Makeup and Hair Artist

-Who is your inspiration?
No one in particular - I love taking ideas from all places, film, stills, Instagram.

-What is your favourite piece of equipment?
Makita Leaf blower!

-What made you choose your profession?
Watching videos in the 80’s and seeing Phillis Cohen’s work with Steve Strange.

-Equipment you can't live without?
Zucca make up carrier

-What are your achievements?
Still working and still learning new things after 30 years and that I still love going to work!

-What's the first album you bought?
The Police - Outlandos d’Armour

-If you were the Mayor of London for the day what would you change?
I’d make transport free so that no one was on the roads

-What is your favourite country visited?
Italy and India

-What books, blogs or podcasts do you read or listen to?
Just read ‘The Next Person you meet in Heaven’ Mitch Albom

-What do you do in your spare time?
Tennis, Mountain bike, walk anything outdoors

-If you were marooned on a desert island what 3 people (dead or alive) would you choose to be there with you and why?
Bear Grylls:- Do you need to ask
Stephen Fry: Entertainment
Michael Phelps: Not the best swimmer and I reckon some lessons could be handy on an island