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Studio Shoot - Millwood Photographic Studio

Millwood Studio Information Millwood studios is set over 3500 sq feet and two floors, resurrected from the remnants of a Victorian factory is a fusion of the modern and old. Lovingly restored and retaining many of it's original features Millwood Studio's offers beautiful surroundings for those in pursuit of photographic excellence. Located at the foot of the Pennines, Millwood studios is ideally located within 10 minutes drive of the Manchester Ring road and only 5 minutes from Stalybridge train station offering easy access for clients far and wide. 3 Studios including self containe[...]
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Lifestyle Shoot - Fleetwood Fishermen

I had been looking to do a lifestyle shoot aboard the Sursum Corda aka Rio for around 6 months, however, finding the correct weather and at the time I was planning to shoot was all down to Mother Nature and boy, did she make me wait. The conditions I had been waiting for was to have a fairly calm sea because I did not want to end up with a bunch of blurred photographs due to the motion of the boat throwing myself and the camera around. Also, I was hoping to have nice clouds in the sky with some nice sunlight. To me there is nothing worse than an empty bland sky, clouds add so much more to a[...]
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The Church of our Saviour

The Church of our Saviour Visited with: Alex & Klare Visit date: February 2015 Please Note: Entry is always through an open access point and not by forcing our way in….. We are explorers, not vandals. History The church was consecrated on the 23rd of January 1865 and held its final service in October 2007. The build cost was £8,000 for the church & the nearby school and vicarage. The church was built in the Early Pointed Gothic style with polished red granite pillars & seating was supplied for around 1,000 people. The church spire located on the north side stands at around 150 ft in h[...]
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Chateau Lumiere, France

Château Lumiere, France Visited with: PG UE, Nick Whitworth and Scott Chadwick. Visit date: November 2014 Please Note: Entry is always through an open access point and not by forcing our way in….. We are explorers, not vandals. History Château Lumiere was built in the early 1900’s by a wealthy Swiss tobacco tycoon. The building was sold in the 1950’s after the death of the owner and since then the Château has been sold several times but sadly is now stood abandoned. The exact date of abandonment I do not know but I have read in a few places that it could have been in the 1980’s. Ch[...]
 
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