Summer is finally here and always gives me a great opportunity to work with my clients to get creative and capture some exciting, seasonal imagery.

Contact me to talk through your photography requirements for your campaign.

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Getting the timing right for a photo shoot is crucial, especially interior photography. The direction of the light through external windows plays a significant role in determining the success of a final images.

Using professional grade 100mm filters enables me to shoot into the light and still render the entire scene and retain the atmosphere of the space.

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Choosing the perfect location for brand photoshoots is essential. When a company commissions me to capture their product in the landscape, I take great care to research locations that compliment the brand.

This photo was captured in Iceland on small ice bergs washed up on a volcanic beach. It’s literally ‘on the rocks’ with the sunrise colours bursting through the ice as the tide washed through the frame.

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Using professional lighting creates the atmosphere needed to create beautiful imagery. Capturing food is similar to portrait photography, where I’m looking to present the subject in their best light, creating a dynamic presence in the frame.

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Food photography

I recently had the pleasure of photographing a new recipe book for the executive chef of Young’s, and here are a few photographs from the shoot. We set up a mini studio in a development kitchen in London, which provided some natural light, which complimented my mobile studio flash, which provided the main lighting for the food.


new book

My latest landscape photography book is now available for worldwide delivery. Edge of the World brings together a collection of photographs captured over five years throughout remote and wild areas of Britain and Iceland.

For more info or to order your copy, visit the book website here

Interior photography

Photographing interiors for large venues, stadiums, restaurants and hotels is something I have had the privilege of doing for many years. I love exploring the venues to discover the best compositions they have to offer. Working with the interior designers gives me the opportunity to discuss their vision for the venue, and helps me to capture the space as it was meant to be enjoyed.

About Me

Hi, I’m Chris.

I am a professional photographer, author and photography mentor. I work with clients throughout the commercial industry to photograph commissions for their advertising projects. This includes food, interiors, portraits and landscape photography.

I am also a photography trainer and mentor, sharing my experience of commercial and landscape photography with other photographers seeking to grow their skills and businesses.

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blog posts

  • Fujifilm GFX 50r camera review

    Fujifilm GFX 50r camera review

    The Fujifilm GFX50R is quite simply Fujifilm’s best legacy camera available today. It’s now only available as a used camera since Fujifilm discontinued it in 2021 when they released the GFX 50sii. Even though the new model has all the new tech and specifications, the thing we need to remember is that the 50R has […]


  • Fujifilm X-S10 camera review

    Fujifilm X-S10 camera review

    We’re going to review the Fujifilm X-S10 camera and compare it to the Fujifilm X-T30ii. This will be a real world review. The Fujifilm X-S10 is a little bit of a hybrid camera, it’s great for video and has an amazing 26.1 mp Fujifilm X-trans sensor. The camera boasts many of the features from the […]


  • iPhone photography tips and easy hacks

    iPhone photography tips and easy hacks

    The best camera is the camera you have in your hand, and for most people it will likely be the iPhone. The iPhone has made photography easier for everyone, so we need to grow our skills to take great photos with our iPhones, as when the magic moment arrives, we’ll be ready to get a […]


  • Fujifilm X-M1 camera review

    Fujifilm X-M1 camera review

    I just think straight away we should just celebrate the fact that Fujifilm have made a fantastic camera with the Fujifilm X-M1. I mean, this tiny camera is 10 years old and it’s fabulous. Even though it doesn’t have an iso dial, doesn’t have an exposure compensation dial and doesn’t have a viewfinder – it’s […]


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Registered address: Chris Orange Photography Ltd, 31 Lower Hanger, Haslemere, Surrey, GU271LU
VAT number 230297917 Company registration number: 07674914

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