A Realisation

I have been in business for around 6 years now with Sarah Wayte Photography, photographing people in a variety of different ways – weddings, maternity, boudoir, portrait sessions… Somehow I have learned the ways of running a small business. I’ve learned about taxes (or paying an accountant!), I’ve learned about marketing – what works and…

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5 Awesome Films to Inspire Your Photographic Soul

Being a lover of photography usually means you’re a pretty visual person, so it’s only natural that you would enjoy other forms of imagery too, like paintings and drawings. I also find it gives me a love of the big screen – movies, films, the moving image, the cinema. When I stumble across a beautifully…

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Interview: Andrea Jordan – Business Strategist, Writer and Photographer

Regular visitors to this blog might notice that things have changed around here recently. After a lot of time away from Heart Lines giving me time to think about me and my business, I’ve given the website a refresh which has inspired me no end. So I’ve rebuilt the blog from behind the scenes, which…

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Practical Matters: When Someone Hacks Your Website

When someone hacks your website… what do you do?  I know I talk about the heart and soul of photography an awful lot. In fact, I tend to steer well away from matters of a more technical or practical nature, because that’s just the kind of person I am. But, in light of recent events,…

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Behind the Image: An Autumn Love Shoot

One of the things I found most invaluable when I first started learning photography was finding out how photographers captured their beautiful images. I felt that if I could learn how they worked and what settings they used, I too would then be able to capture the images I always dreamed of. I realise now…

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