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Jules Macdonald Girl Power - part 1 of 1 2 3 4 5

by Jules Macdonald Published 01/12/2012

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As a photographer you need to be constantly pushing at the boundaries, challenging yourself, moving in new directions and networking with other creative people in different areas who have the potential to help and inspire you. Aberdeen-based wedding and portrait photographer Jules Macdonald proves the point, and she's just completed two amazing personal projects that have not only given her plenty of new ideas for her commercial work, but have also provided her and her team with a dazzling set of images that will positively light up their portfolios.


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"I got into photography in the first place because while I was studying fashion at university we regularly had to work on styled shoots that featured our designs," says Jules. "Once I finished my course I was a knitwear designer for a while, working with the Paul Smith fashion house in London and launching a bespoke design range in Japan. I got the chance to style these shoots as well, and I loved the whole experience of fashion photography. I worked through various fashion roles until finally I took the decision to leave the design world and to train as a wedding and portrait photographer."


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