A New Look for David Loftus

A New Look for David Loftus

3rd September 2013

We’ve been rather busy the past few months creating a new website for food and lifestyle photographer David Loftus.

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Travel Photographer of the Year

Travel Photographer of the Year

16th August 2012

Whilst researching at the Royal Geographic Society yesterday I was lucky enough to see the Travel Photographer of the Year competition exhibition displayed in the Pavilion (both inside and outside). The exhibition includes a showcase of work by the overall winner of the 2011 award, American photographer Louis Montrose. Also on display were images shot earlier this […]

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The Olympics; Reworked

The Olympics; Reworked

14th August 2012

So the 2012 Olympic Games are now over, and if I’m being honest, a few months back I never thought I would feel even the slightest bit lost without the daily hype surrounding the athletes and their sporting achievements, and which country is in the lead with gold medals. But incredibly, I am now. Thankfully […]

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Inspire a generation

Inspire a generation

13th August 2012

I’ve been watching the build up to the Olympics for a while and indeed have seen this banner in my hometown of Chiswick for weeks, each night on the 94 bus stop at Turnham Green Terrace. Today I walked past it before going home to see the closing ceremony and wanted to capture its sentiment. […]

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A Record-breaking Lift

A Record-breaking Lift

8th August 2012

On Saturday I went off to Excel to watch the men’s weightlifting 94kg division. I’m a fan of the World’s Strongest Man competitions, so I was really looking forward to seeing how much these guys could lift. I was not left disappointed! It was unbelievable watching them lift such enormous weight. It’s incredible to see how far athletes can […]

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Triple Decker

Triple Decker

11th April 2012

My long time friend David Loftus launched his very own cookbook ‘Around the World in 80 dishes’. What is very special about David is that he is a photographer who has such a creative eye that he not only makes food and its surrounding look stunning, but captures the story behind the food at the […]

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A Year Long Snapshots Around The World

A Year Long Snapshots Around The World

5th January 2012

[iframe: width=”680″ height=”376″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/nPXa0wsmzbA” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen] Mobile travel guide provider Triposo has recently created “A Year Long Snapshots around the World“, a short film that reveals the exact locations in the world where pictures were taken, and that for each day of the year. The beautiful film shows a world map in which pixels light […]

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Shooting cars

Shooting cars

31st August 2011

Recently we were commissioned by Lotus to design and produce brochures for their existing range of British-Made sports cars. The brief required the planning and execution of a 5 day shoot in and around London and Lotus’ world famous test track in Hethel, as well as the design of both the Elise and Evora brochures […]

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A Food Journey to the Heart of Morocco

A Food Journey to the Heart of Morocco

1st April 2011

Today sees the international launch of ‘A Month in Marrakesh’, a recipe book and travelogue published by Hardie Grant, with food by Andy Harris; editor of Jamie Magazine, who embraces the wealth of flavours that Morocco has to offer, all of which are brought to life by beautiful photography and illustrations from renowned photographer David […]

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Tilt-shift your perceptions

Tilt-shift your perceptions

1st March 2011

An example of a very ‘of-the-moment’ photographic technique. When done properly, your image can be made to resemble a miniature model.

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When the ball hits the net, like a flaming rocket… it’s gone through Ben’s legs again!

When the ball hits the net, like a flaming rocket… it’s gone through Ben’s legs again!

22nd February 2011
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A Month in Marrakesh

A Month in Marrakesh

7th December 2010

This time last week we visited our client; Hardie Grant, to take a look at the proof sheets for a cook book we’ve been designing these past few months. We can’t reveal too much just yet, but we can tell you that it’s filled with recipes by Andy Harris, who embraces the wealth of flavours […]

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Making of the ‘Ecclestone Collection’ anniversary book

Making of the ‘Ecclestone Collection’ anniversary book

26th August 2009

How do you document 50 years of Grand Prix history in one day? The task was to shoot 24 historic sports cars, some with an estimated value of over $10 million dollars a piece, in 12 hours as the book would begin with a dawn shot and end with a dusk shot.

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