Few Words About Myself nice to meet you
Back in 2018, First Drop Photography launched on Instagram as a platform to share images from UK theme parks and attractions. As a keen photographer, I aim to capture the best of the industry through the lens in every image published, taking pride in the end results.
Having studying Business and Tourism Management at degree level, visiting parks regularly for many years and having experience of working on social media projects, I hope my passion for the industry shines through in my photography.
If you are interested in working with me, please get in contact and I will be happy to discuss this in more detail.
first drop photographythe story so far...
Launching in 2018, First Drop Photography has taken off in more ways than I could have ever imagined.
Since its launch, First Drop Photography has shared imagery with key figures in the theme park and attractions sector, including Merlin Annual Pass, where additional resources have also been created during the Covid-19 pandemic to provide families with theme park related fun and games and home-schooling resources, combining over 10 years of educational experience.
In addition, the site combines my experience of studying the industry, working on theme park social media projects, along with my enjoyment of working in and visiting parks that makes First Drop Photography so unique. My enjoyment of photography adds to this offering.
Where magic is happening My Studio
The joy of First Drop Photography is that I can set off to any location and shoot.
Recently, new equipment and software have been purchased to enable the creative juices to flow wherever I go. Armed with a camera, lens, and laptop, photos can be quickly shot, uploaded, and shared.
How does this happen Processing
Sometimes photos need a little editing, however not to the point where it does not reflect the true experience/conditions. Sometimes photos are edited to the point where skies are replaced and are colours enhanced so much that the image appears ‘fake’.
Below I’d like to show you a small insight into my photo processing. Sometimes you can not see result without direct comparison, but the photo below shows you before and after editing.
As you can see, the tone and feel of the photos remains, but editing has been sensitively done. If the raw image doesn’t cut it, even after editing, it simply doesn’t get used!