Wakefield fashion photographer: Today’s location fashion shoot was super fun and exciting! Working in a large stately home and having lots of space, atmosphere and elegant backdrops made it very easy to get some images I’m really pleased with. I used Charlene as the model for the first part of the day; she has a lot of experience in the industry and is easy to work with and doesn’t need a lot of direction, plus she had a good range of outfits for the shoot. We began in the long gallery where the early morning light was streaming in through the vast windows that run the length of the building but even so, I used a Profoto B1 head to add some sparkle and even out the highlights. I really enjoyed shooting in the minstrel’s gallery too where the deep red walls added that touch of opulence to the images. A large chimera scrim softened the light and minimised specular highlights and resulted in some really nice images in front of the organ and in the arched doorway of the gallery. We ended up shooting on the impressive sweeping steps to finish the session during the mid-afternoon and again, I used a 500w head to give some nice soft fill to the images.