June 2017

Blogulicious Photography

Blogulicious Photography


We at The Photo Team love our blogs and have posted a large number of posts over the years for our followers and clients former and new to understand what is important to us, the events that we have run and also a good opportunity to showcase our photos that our photographers have captured.



Blogs are really important to us as its a great way of sharing the fun we have at events, our experience, thoughts and tips. You will see the links shared via the social media tools Instagram and Facebook with a great caption to get your minds thinking and amazing photos. The likes and comments really help us understand what our followers like and want to see more of.


We love interacting with people who follow us and blogging is a great opportunity for us to add a personal touch to what we stand for and how unique we are as a company whether it be for Fake paparazzi hire, booking an Event photographer or even a Party photographer. We believe in creating a buzz and solidly believe that it is important to keep the momentum of blogging alive so clients can understand what we are up to on a regular basis. We aim to have more blog followers who can appreciate our photography and what we write about. We aim to have more blog followers who can appreciate our photography and what we write about.



As a recap we have written blogs linked to photography national awareness days, topics related to photographers, events that we have had the privilege to photograph at and why The Photo Team are unique in all the services they provide including our famous Open Photo Booth and Press Paparazzi teams.


If you are not aware of our blogs or have missed out on any then please click here and read all our exciting posts.


So for all our blog followers we hope you have enjoyed reading our blogs as much as we have enjoyed writing them!


Thanks for reading


Love, The Events Paparazzi Team




Roc-ing a photo is really crucial. People are of different face structures and body sizes so it is important to understand how to position people to get the best out of them but even so knowing how to pose yourself so you can bring out the best in any photos.

​Here are some quick easy to follow steps from the Event paparazzi London and Event paparazzi Kent team on how to pose for an event:


Understand your best side

A study in 2012 found that more people’s left sides were between than their right side. Our Fake paparazzi hire  will take several photos so that there are a selection of images that emphasise your features more.



Convey positive body language

For any Event paparazzi event you will hardly know that you are being papped by our Paparazzi hire, however when you do make it natural. This will in turn make it look like you are having fun. This also means “smiling” will be seen as more approachable rather than a closed mouth portraying a stern look. Be open with your body language and enjoy yourself as a picture paints a thousand words.



Action Shot

Action shots are the best as there is no effort from you and it conveys a positive and lively image. This could be a kissing pose, a funny expression or even holding a glass and smiling for the camera.



It’s The Photo Team’s job as the Spoof Paparazzi to make our subjects look their best and therefore we will be able to build rapport with you, put you at ease and guide you to ensure you receive the best photos for you, your team and event. Therefore let us help you roc-a-foto and bring out the best images by our Press Paparazzi.


Don’t delay and call us today!


Thanks for reading


The Events Paparazzi team

Snappers R Us

Snappers R Us


Being a photographer is not an easy job as some people may think. It is not just about clicking away. It is about investing in time, skills, knowledge and the tools. Being passionate about photography means that your job can be a therapeutic hobby too and you will want to exceed your own expectations time and time again.


Our photographers at The Photo Team are conscientious, motivated and breathe photography 24-7. This is why they are such an asset to the team:


They notice the details

Once you are passionate about something then you will want to capture moments that will tell a story to the person viewing them. The smallest detail can change the photo whether it be capturing the right light, composition or a raw emotion. Our Fake paparazzi hire do just that and this is evident from the photos taken at the Event paparazzi London and Event paparazzi Kent events.



Being in the moment

Being at an event means giving full attention to the job itself and ensuring important aspects of the day are captured so as not to miss anything. Our Spoof Paparazzi do just this.


Being creative

Our Press Paparazzi are fully trained and know when to take a photo at the right place and at the right time. They do not need any guidance and are able to be very creative in the shots that are captured to create unique images that can be used by the client time and time again.



Always up for a challenge

Nothing is too much for our Paparazzi hire. They will always be learning something new, have new directions to explore, and new challenges to face.


Learning more about themselves

Our Event photographers share their strengths with the rest of the team whether it be how they captured a shot, how to use a piece of equipment or what they have learnt along the way. It is all about sharing the love and upskilling each other. Therefore collectively we have a strong team.



So contact us today to experience superior quality photography by The Photo Team.


Thanks for reading


The Events Paparazzi Team

A Game Of Tones

A Game Of Tones


A tone describes the darkness or lightness of a particular area in an image. The skeleton or framework of every picture is based upon tones. It does not matter if it is a black & white or colour image, what is important is the range of tones and their placement within the picture. Colour does have a tremendous emotional impact, but still it is the tones within a picture that are the determining influence in a composition. In any image that has a full range of tones, your attention will be drawn towards the largest and lightest tone. From here, your attention will be attracted to either other light tones or a large dark tone, that depends on their placement and size within the picture.



Your composition should be determined by the tones that are present in your picture. In other words, if your subject is a middle tone and there is a large light tone in the picture, the viewer’s attention will be drawn away from your subject because of that light tone. What you should always keep in mind is; are the tones helping to support your subject or are they distracting from it. A picture consisting of dark or somber shades conveys mystery, intrigue, or sadness. When the tones are mostly light and airy, the picture portrays lightness, joy, or airiness.

What we have seen all too often are photographers taking photos without no concept of altering their settings on their camera and thinking ” one size fits all”. No consideration is given to the amount of light in the room and ​how to bring out the best colours or tones in a photo which then results to a shady, weak and non appealing photo. This also means altering the ISO on your lighting if you choose to have studio photos.


It is essential to take a photo that is a true reflection of what you see. There is something seriously wrong if you take a photo and the colours, tones and composition are nothing like what you see behind the camera. You can not sell or even provide this to a client as this could mean losing business and providing an unattractive service. Colours need to be vibrant, true and rich so the subjects stand out and are counted.



This is why we at The Photo Team hire the best photographers who are knowledgeable on how to provide quality photos in an instant. So hire our Event paparazzi London or Event paparazzi Kent today and see what fantastic results we can produce.


Thanks for reading,


The Events Paparazzi Team

6 things photographers are tired of hearing

6 things photographers are tired of hearing


Lack of value on photography skills or the profession

Photographers need to be appreciated as artists rather than hearing “you must have a REALLY good camera”. Its always forgotten that the photographers works just as hard as the camera. They are using their talent for not only a creative outlet but for a profession as well. The photographers creates the photo through understanding the camera’s potential.


People who want something for nothing

There are the odd clients who expect discount on top of discount and try to ask us photographers to cut corners to lower the price. They too forget that there are man hours involved and the commute cost that all comes into equation too.



Having needy clients

Photographers who work tirelessly day and night do not need to be called relentlessly by potential clients when you have already told them you will get back to them as soon as you can. Photographers also don’t appreciate clients making unreasonable demands when you have already given the deadline of when they will receive their photos.


When customers say “you can just photoshop that out, right?” or “Can you make me look thinner?”

Photographers have heard this as many times as they have taken a photo. Unfortunately cameras can’t always do wonders but also think about the time it takes to a photographer to sit an edit each photo.


People’s expectation when you are not working

Now we all believe in helping friends and family out but sometimes us photographers need a bit of time off and actually turn up to an event without working.​ There is also the odd annoyance photographers have when they receive out of hours calls when the person calling clearly knows no one will answer.


Lack of respect from other professional photographers

Whether it be copying your style of photos or trying to replicate your logo and name the competition is inevitably out there. However it all comes down to respecting each other’s territory and appreciating each others’s art work without looking as if the other is copying and trying to take your hard work as their own.


​Thanks for reading,


The Events Paparazzi Team