Michael Martin Photography | Ludlow | Shropshire » Portrait, Corporate, Social and Sporting Event Photography

Ok, the new style site is up and running. Well, most of it is. There are still a couple of pages to sort out and content for me to fill, but the style is set. I hope you approve. I trust you will be able to find your way around the new menu and enjoy spending some time here.

Please let me know what you think in the comments below, if you have any trouble navigating or something about the site is not working, or even if you like or don’t like the new style, it would be great to get your feedback.

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Its a new year and time for new ideas. One of the new things happening is my website. It is time for a change, early spring clean and re-organisation. Not all of it is changing, just the appearance and certain elements will be added and others will go.

As a result of this development, the website may be offline for a few days from Tuesday, but will hopefully be back and ready to go by the end of the week.

Thank you for you patience,

Michael.

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Kings EC Christmas Show

Yesterday I went along to photograph at Kings Equestrian Centre for their postponed Christmas Show. As the snow has only just melted round here, the turnout was not huge but those there had fun and some good jumping, despite the thick fog which was evident indoors too. The photos for this event are now available in the Shop.

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Tom with his father’s shotgun and an over large shooting jacket waits with Cobble, his partner in crime, for a lift home with his bounty of a brace of pheasant. It is the shooting season now and I decided to capture Tom showing more of a lifestyle image than a standard studio portrait. Thank you Tom for your patience out in the cold and also to Cobble for his reluctant co-oporation.

Tom and Cobble

Tom and Cobble

WARNING: The shotgun in this picture is shown in the closed position for artistic purposes only and should never be carried about like this. There were no cartridges either in the gun or in the vicinity of the photoshoot.

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