Amber Tutton

It has been a pleasure to watch Amber’s progression over the years as she developed into a very successful and talented model, having really honed her craft she has now worked for some of the top names in the hair and fashion industry as well as working her way into a couple of Kelby Training videos. If you have visited The Photography Show at the NEC in Birmingham then the chances are you have seen her on a set or two and even straddling a bike.

I thought that it was about time that Amber and I got together for some fun, so we arranged to meet in Cambridge at The Gonville hotel for a mix of outdoor fashion and portraitute shots followed by a boudoir session in one of the premium suites. Unfortunately for us the day we chose happened to be the wettest day of the summer and we had less than an hour outside. We took an early lunch whilst I taught Amber a bit about mixed lighting, or at least she humoured me as I explained all the geeky stuff.

After lunch we worked the bedroom and was provided with some beautiful lighting, wanting to shoot more natural light this time I eased off my use of flash, but once you get the bug you can’t help but get that fill in flash out! The best thing about Amber is you are guaranteed to get fantastic results, the worst thing about Amber is the headache afterwards trying to decide which best shots to edit. A cracking set of images, well done and thank you!

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