Variations

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Variety is the spice of life and a change is as good as a rest – here are just some of the different things you cover as a Photographer.

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Golfing Masterclass

Couples get pampered on a #Golfing masterclass at Horsforth Golf Club – Leeds

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The joining of a couple in Matrimony

I get to witness a #marriage at Leeds Town Hall and take candid shots in #Leeds afterwards

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After the Wedding – #Leedslife

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The Agility Dogs Team

Into another direction this time photographing Team Kit for Gforce Sportswear and The Agility Dog – Yorkshire

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Retro feel Family Photography

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Party Party Party

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Head-shots for Drama

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Commercial Photography

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Holy Communion Family Groups

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Pet Photography – Afghan Hound

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Studio Fashion & Swimwear

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Truly Inspirational

Blographer, Music & Photography

Chantel McGregor

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Above, Chantel McGregor at Bradford Festival 2015 – © Harry Dwyer Photography

‘Chantel Dawn McGregor (born in Bradford, England) is a British blues rock guitarist and singer-songwriter.’

‘Chantel McGregor attended Leeds College of Music where she achieved a number of awards, including the Leeds College of Music Prize for Outstanding Musicianship. She gained a First Class Honours degree in Popular Music in 2008,[1] and has gone on to develop a career in the UK and international blues and rock music scene, performing solo and with her band.’

Video – YouTube – Chantel McGregor at The Duck & Drake, Leeds 2009

 

Read more, Chantel McGregor, Wikipedia

Nice to have  one of my images chosen by Chantel and included in her 2016 Calendar

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Chantel Mcgregor

 

Up-Cycle Sew Down

Charity & Fashion

Three groups of Leeds University School of Design Students were challenged by Oxfam Online to Up-Cycle damaged garments for Charity in a 12 hour marathon ‘Sew-Down’

Over the course of the ‘Sew-Down’ a whopping total of £6030 worth of clothes were repaired and given a fresh new look by students and were ready to be photographed and listed on Oxfam Online Shop.

This blue vintage but damaged coat (modeled by Rheanna) was up-cycled by Design Student Bryony Hatrick, and repaired with the addition of re-cycled silk scarf patchworks to create this amazing new look.

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Bryony Hatrick (pictured right)

You can view all of my images from the day on Flickr at this link Oxfam Sew-Down – If you want to check out what’s for sale go to Oxfam Online Shop

Leeds University Student Up-Cycles for Oxfam

Images © Harry Dwyer Photography