Legend social photographer Dave Newman has an online gallery on the SWPP web site. Featuring just some of his superb portrait work he is acknowledges as one of the leaders in the photographic industry with a long career as a professional photographer.
He is recognised for his superb posing and lighting techniques in tradition wedding and portraiture photography.
Dave will also be lecturing at the SWPP and BPPA 2009 January Convention in London
You can see his gallery at: http://swpp.co.uk/image_exhibition/Newman0011/index.htm
SWPP and BPPA member Ramon Sammut started photography with the help of a pro photographer and friend. He studied photography on his own and later he expanded his knowledge in England and the States.
Luckily for him, he started digital manipulations from an early stage, when digital photography was still at its infancy. Such early primitive work pushed Ramon to be the first person in the Maltese islands to find a niche market: that of consulting other fellow photographers as regards to “ the digital way”.
With his main office in the heart of the island of Malta, Ramon works on digital editing, tuition and commercial photography, while offering consultancy and business strategy for newcomers in the digital photographic environment, not solely to his local colleagues but also to established photographers in the UK.
As regards to the artistic side, Ramon’s work is quite unique, producing image compositions his way: the hard way. His developed style, both in editing and in digital tuitions, is very much on demand. His style is also very popular and demanded by his established clientele.
Ramon is a senior image editor/photographer with a difference. His effective style and approach made him successful and is considered as one of the best digital image editors in Malta, where digital monochrome is his speciality that mimics the good old times while flavouring it with today’s technology.
His main customers are photographers, trade companies and agencies with the lust to achieve more in today’s competitive digital world. His fluid approach and technically advanced editing created a distinctive style, which standardised his work and made it Ramon’s patent.
See Ramon’s exhibition at: http://swpp.co.uk/image_exhibition/Sammut6427/