Here you will find download links and information pages that I have provided for you to supplement my lectures and workshops as part of my ongoing training commitment to the photographic community. The page is continually evolving and more content is being added gradually so please check in from time to time.
These resources are completely free and should download immediately but if you have difficulty, just right click and choose 'Download linked file'.
Make a 5x4" wet plate Holder Adapter
I previously had a blog page (no longer on this site), which described the process of converting a PA-45 holder for use as a wet plate holder. The article has now been condensed into an easy download here and includes the updated 3D printed insert as an STL file. Click the link to download instructions and article.
Fine Art Black and White
Assets from my workshop exploring the B&W workflow I use for my Retro style of Photography. Includes the Ultimate B&W Actions, Presets, Overlays, Print Checker files and Software demonstrated at the talk.
Ultimate B&W Zip
Ultimate Print Checker Zip
Grain, Frames, Patina Zip
Nik for Mac Zip
Nik for PC Zip
Contract Forms (word)
During my 40+ years in business, it was always difficult to find the right wording for any contracts I needed. I have developed 5 separate forms (that I have used myself), you may find useful within your own businesses....They are all in Word Document format, so all you need to do is change anything highlighted in RED.
Caveat - I am not responsible for how you use these forms or for their misuse. Please read them very carefully and change as you see fit.
Standard Wedding Contract, General Commission Contract (can also be used for portraits and retouching work),
Acceptance, Indemnity & Delivery (make sure the client accepts your work at each stage of the process),
Managed Rights Release (allows the Client to use your images without withdrawing your Copyright), Model Release Form (simplified version)
Acceptance and Indemnity
This is a monologue based on my work with Portrait Lighting using 'hotlights' rather than flash, to create retro style portraits in the Hollywood style. Based on a workshop given several years ago in London. A little history and basic technique.