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28 Apr

Portugal 2015

In Portugal 2015 by pinnerphotography / April 28, 2015 / 1 Comment

Portugal 2015

Had a fantastic week away in the Algarve, Portugal.
The people are so friendly and the scenery is beautiful.
There are so many places to explore 1 week is not enough.

I will definitely go back soon for another visit. The food was super
The fish so fresh and the steak so juicy, like the oranges.

Check out some of the shots from my trip.

Albufeira  Panorama1 Albufeira  Panorama2 Albufeira Algarve 1 Algarve 2 Algarve 3 Algarve 4 Algarve 5 Algarve 6 Algarve 7 Castle 1 Castle 2 fossils in rocks Franin 1 Franin 2 IMG_8794 Marlin Monroe Panorama1 Portugal 1 Portugal 2 Portugal 3 Portugal 4 Rock waves Sand 1 Sand 2 Sand 3 Sand Panorama1 Ship 1 Ship 2 Ship 3 Streets 1 Streets 2 Streets 3 Streets 4 The Cave 1 The Cave 2 The Cave 3 The Cave 4 The Cave 5 The Cave 6 The Cave 7 The Cave 8 The Cave 9 The Cave 10 The Coast The Rock Face Tree of life Untitled_Panorama9 Untitled_Panorama10 With friends

29 Mar

Video

In Video by pinnerphotography / March 29, 2015 / 0 Comments

Video

Thursday just gone was a different and wonderful day,
I took a three hour and fifty minute cab journey into the The city for a fifteen
minute recording with one of the chief executives at BT headquarters at city wall

We managed to record the whole interview in just two takes I must say
I was very impressed with the speaking ability’s of this man so precise and clear
well done to him in and out in fifteen minutes this has got to be a record.

The cab driver was also an interesting guy and we chatted about so many
different subjects that it made the journey seem like thirty minutes.

some times it is good to get out of the studio but I don’t think I would enjoy having to
drive into the city myself it mad.

17 Mar

St Patrick’s Day

In St Patrick's Day by pinnerphotography / March 17, 2015 / 0 Comments

St Patrick’s Day

A very happy St Patrick’s Day to one and all where ever you find
yourself on this bright day may you have a great time

I was going to give myself the day off then along came this very important
and cant wait job. O well a man must do what a man must do.

A wise old Irish man once said
May today be all you wish for
and tomorrow be a surprise.

OJ4A8807F  Forweb

27 Feb

Can you see the crock???

In Blog Videos by pinnerphotography / February 27, 2015 / 0 Comments

Can you see the crock in the mud???

Crock pit

13 Feb

HOW TO RESIZE YOUR IMAGES

In HOW TO RESIZE YOUR IMAGES by pinnerphotography / February 13, 2015 / 0 Comments

Resize Your Images

Hay guys I was looking for a piece of software to resize some images at a customers house
as my laptop decided to freeze up on me and I did not have the time to try figure out the problem
and I needed to resize the images on their PC so I found these two and chose to try this one

I must say for a freebie it was great did everything I wanted. Considering the price difference
against the software I normally use FREE verses £350.00 I would highly recommend this one

You can get it FREE at this link http://www.faststone.org/FSResizerDetail.htm.

The other one I found if you wanted to check it out and maybe post what you think of it
or maybe you could test both and then post which one you prefer. http://www.fotosizer.com/Shop.aspx

Have fun guys and remember “Keep your clicks safe”

29 Jan

Pinner Photography Slide Show

In Pinner Photography Slide Show by pinnerphotography / January 29, 2015 / 0 Comments

A short slide show from Pinner Photography, hope you enjoy

22 Jan

DISCOUNT**** For All Service People

In DISCOUNT**** by pinnerphotography / January 22, 2015 / 0 Comments

DISCOUNT****


Pinner Photography is proud to announce we are offering a DISCOUNT
For all the services. NHS, Armed Forces, Fire, Police

As a way of saying thanks for your hard work and dedication I would like
to give something back.

If you are think of having a family portrait or just having your own Portrait
done, come along to the Pinner Photography Studio.
We all need memories to cherish

21 Jan

RED ARROW DIES

In RED ARROW DIES by pinnerphotography / January 21, 2015 / 0 Comments

The Guardian
Red Arrows crash: tributes paid to pilot

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Sunday 21 August 2011 12.41 BST
I took these pictures 5 days before his accident RIP Joe Eggins

Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging was a team player and gifted aviator, colleagues said. Photograph: MoD/PA
A witness has spoken of the moment rescuers searching for a crashed Red Arrows jet found the pilot’s body in a river.

Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging’s Hawk T1 aircraft came down near Bournemouth airport in Dorset on Saturday, after a display over the town’s seafront. The pilot was discovered with his parachute open, but he apparently was not in his ejection seat.
John Dugdale said he had not heard the crash but was soon at the scene when a rescue helicopter starting hovering above. “Somebody ran past me saying: ‘One of the reds has gone down.’ I ran over and there was a small group of people and you could see part of the wreckage of the aircraft on the riverbank,” he said.
“At least one of the group had entered the water and was looking in the river for the pilot. One then shouted out he could see a parachute and then he shouted out he had got him [the pilot] and someone said: ‘Is he dead?’ and the man in the water replied: ‘Yes.’
“There were a lot of bushes on the bank and he was found just away from me in a bend of the river. I did not see him.”
Dugdale said he thought the ejection seat was found away from the body. “Soon there were emergency services everywhere and the helicopter landed and we began to be cleared away. I went straight back home because it was extremely upsetting.”
Tributes have been paid to Egging, who is said to have guided the plane away from houses and people before it crashed into a field and came to a standstill with its nose in the river Stour near the village of Throop.
His wife, Emma, said she had been “the proudest I’ve ever been” after watching the display over Bournemouth before the crash.
“Jon was everything to those that knew him, and he was the best friend and husband I could ever have wished for,” she said. “There was nothing bad about Jon. He loved his job and was an exemplary pilot. Watching him today, I was the proudest I’ve ever been. I loved everything about him, and he will be missed.”
Colleagues described the 33-year-old pilot as a “true team player” and “gifted aviator”. Group Captain Simon Blake, commandant of the RAF’s central flying school, said: “Throughout his winter training and the display season to date, his professionalism, skill and humility have shone through. In such a close-knit team, this tragedy will be keenly felt by his fellow team members, the Reds, and all of the engineering and support staff, the Blues.”
He told the BBC the MoD had grounded the Hawk team Mk 1 “temporarily until its safety can be assured”. “As for the rest of the season, it is too early to speculate as to when the Red Arrows will be back on the public circuit, but suffice to say in the short term they will not be able to perform in public.”
An MoD spokesman said: “A full service inquiry into the details of the crash has been initiated. It would be inappropriate to speculate on the causes of the incident at this time.”
One witness said the plane skidded for several hundred metres along the riverbank after it crashed. Mark Grogan said: “I heard a sound like a car backfiring. Within five minutes the helicopters arrived, there were at least five helicopters including the police and two from the coastguard.”
Nicholas Gore, 22, who was walking close to the river when he saw all nine Red Arrows overhead, said: “There were quite a few people watching and we saw them go over but one seemed quite low. They then disappeared behind trees and I heard a crack – not an explosion, just a crack – and we got further down and I saw the plane with its red tail in the air and its nose in the river.”
Wayne Kent, 30, the assistant manager at the nearby Broadway Pub, said some of his customers had seen the incident, and that the pilot guided the plane away from houses in the village and from people walking near the riverbank.

05 Jan

MILK AND COOKIES

In MILK AND COOKIES by pinnerphotography / January 5, 2015 / 1 Comment

MILK AND COOKIES

I had a very interesting photo shoot with Shmoyel and Tom,
founders and MD’s of a new company called
“Milk and Cookies Gallery” in London.
Together we worked through some very creative ideas.

I found these two young men to be very professional and easy to work with.
They brought a van load of props with them and together we set some beautiful scenes
capturing a variety of fantastic images.

You will be able to check out some of the images on their new website,
which should be up and running in a few weeks.
www.milkandcookiesgallery.com

Below you can have a sneak preview of some of the images

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25 Nov

POODLE PUPPY PHOTOS

In POODLE PUPPY PHOTOS by pinnerphotography / November 25, 2014 / 0 Comments

POODLE PUPPY

Pinner Portrait Photography had the privilege to have a great photo shoot with this adorable
eight month old jet black poodle puppy.

This is part of the reason I love taking Portraits at my studio in Pinner as I never know
who or what my next client may be, just before this little cute thing came into the Studio
I had been doing some family Portraits for a wonderful young family with a seven week old baby
and a very special moment happened.
This wonderful new life smiled at me as I held him

Take a look at some of the many wonderful images captured
by the

Harrow and Pinner Photographer

Pinner Portrait Photography shows some lovely Portraits of this beautiful poodle puppy

Pinner Portrait Photography shows some lovely Portraits of this beautiful poodle puppy

Puppy in a basket Puppy lay down puppy looking high Puppy on a stool Puppy wait Wait fo it