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It’s been busy these last couple of weeks. I’m delighted I’m starting to get briefs that allow me to create the kind of portrait work I love to do – simple, yet with a lot of punch. The Belgian cartoonist Nix (http://www.nix.be) was a real pleasure to shoot. I love working with people who are passionate about what they do and Nix made my job of capturing his cheeky sense of humour easy and fun. Just as it should be. Onwards and upwards. Sean_Hayes_Photographer_MarchSean_Hayes_Photographer_March 2 (1)Sean_Hayes_Photographer_MarchSean_Hayes_Photographer_March 3 (1)

 

Ad Agency: Good Morning Brussels

Creative Director/Art Director: Axel Leclere

Title: The Magistrates.

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Colette © Sean Hayes

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Thierry © Sean Hayes

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Serge © Sean Hayes

Camera never lies? Then change your lens;)

Its always difficult to answer what is the best focal length for a portrait. Here is small preview how different focal lengths can change look of a face. Share this:ShareShare on FacebookClick to share on TwitterClick to share on LinkedIn

Source: Amazing how focal length affect shape of the face – Dan Vojtěch BLOG

IPPAWARDS2016

An honorable Chelsea Pensioner I photographed in London last year . Thank you Sir.

Link to winners: http://www.ippawards.com/2016-winners-portrait/

 

 

Messing about in my home studio. Model: my son Aidan. Cymbal: Istanbul. Camera: Sony a7s. Lights: Kino Flo. Processing: Lightroom and Photoshop.

Aidan Cymbal © Sean hayes

Aidan Cymbal © Sean hayes

Ozark Henry © Sean Hayes

Ozark Henry © Sean Hayes

My mobile photography portraits site:  http://seanmobileportraits.tumblr.com

Photographic portrait of my wife Kat Hayes

Kat Hayes © Sean Hayes

Portrait of my beautiful wife. Shot with my iPhone and processed with photo apps to add a painterly texture.

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