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  • Great Britain, London
  • Born in:1985
  • Assistant since:2010
  • Driving licence:no driving licence
  • Personal car:no personal car
  • Passport:yes
  • Languages:English

Photo Assistant, Digital Tech

Sam Fenn

People, Portrait, Architecture, Stillife, Food

Know How:

I have experience using Canon, Nikon and Hasselblad Phase 1 cameras.

I am able to confidently use Capture One, Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop.

I also have a range of

darkroom skills. I can tank process black & white film, create images using alternative processes, such as wet-plate photography, van dyke prints & creating digital negatives

References as assistant / Career

- Trained in Fine Art Photography at the Glasgow School of Art.
- Attended Wet-Plate Photography Workshop taught by John Brewer.
- Worked with John Lewis Partnership @ Content Production Studio.
- Experience working with Portrait, Lifestyle & Reproduction Photographers,

• Created a number of images of coffee shop externals on location for Caffeine Magazine for their social media profile, with many images gaining between 500-1500+ likes.

• Supported 4 photographers on 6 lifestyle shoots on set at John Lewis production studio - setting up Elinchrom studio lights, large-scale backdrops & manoeuvring & assembling products stock ready to shoot. supporting with any basic styling or additional ad-hoc tasks.

• Used advanced Photoshop skills to retouch images for clients. Colour Matching from samples, using liquify to shape clothing, removing skin blemishes, creating paths and selections to create cutout images.

• Able to create photographs using advanced darkroom skills - Colour and Black & White.

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