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Shoot Day Photography

Story posted: 28. April 2014 by Charles Sainsbury-Plaice

Shooting

Shoot day photography

 

Charles Sainsbury-Plaice is one of the UK's leading Country Sports photographers and is available for commission on private client days. Images can be published as stunning books which are the ideal way to remember your experience. Discretion is of paramount importance and Charles is a trusted pair of hands. Having worked for The Field Magazine and HRH The Prince of Wales over the past 20 years he realises the importance of what to photograph and what not to photograph.

Testomonials

When it comes to taking amazing images of shooting and fishing, Charlie Sainsbury-Plaice is one of the best in the world. I discovered him when he was a relatively unknown polo photographer. Since then, he’s done over 50 covers for the The Field and countless features. Charlie understands that The Field demands great pictures that capture both action and atmosphere. And because he shoots and fishes,  he instinctively selects the one moment that tells the story.

He is also pretty well house trained, carries Marlboro Lights and knows how to hold his knife properly – the three qualities you need in a travelling companion and general partner in crime.

Jonathan Young, Editor, The Field

My first exposure to CSP was when he brilliantly captured me missing an easy woodcock in a Pembrokeshire wood, an image which haunts me to this day. Charles’ great skill lies in his unfussy style. He spots the moment, records it and the job is done. Much of this is down to anticipation, not just of the opportunity, but also the fact that his subjects are generally not models and certainly not patient! Whether in a welsh woodland or the House of Lords, CSP will blend invisibly into the background, but the result is always of the highest standard

Simon Hart MP

The great thing about having Charlie on a shoot is that he makes everyone feel extremely relaxed and simply takes natural, fantastic photographs. He has such attention to detail that it is quite often that he takes a shot of something that no one else has noticed and in doing so adds another dimension to the subject that he is photographing. The photos bring out the character in people and the beauty of the environment that they are taken.

Charlie knows what makes a great picture and seems to be able to get them. Having shot, fished and travelled with Charlie, he knows what is required in all situations.

Adam Bromfield, Roxton Bailey Robinson

‘We regularly use CSP as we have found him totally reliable, efficient and discrete.  Much of this is down to his understanding of and enthusiasm for rural locations, the environment and the people with whom he comes in touch.  The results have always come up to a high standard.’

Bertie Ross, The Duchy of Cornwall

SHOOT DAY PHOTOGRAPHY PRICES


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Oilseed Rape Images

Story posted: 28. December 2013 by Charles Sainsbury-Plaice

We have just added some amazing photographs of oilseed rape by photographer Paul Quagliana. Images are available for use on websites, in publications and other media use. Prices start at £8.00 +VAT per picture and can be downloaded in the correct size directly from www.agripix.co.uk

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Butterfly and Moth stock photographs

Story posted: 2. September 2012 by Charles Sainsbury-Plaice

Insects & Bugs

Have just uploaded 150 new butterfly and moth stock photographs into insects and bugs category on to the agripix rural image library. Available royalty free for use in magazine article's, corporate literature, advertisiing, exhibition and display and website use. Butterfly images and moth images include:

Large Blue Butterfly photographs
Gatekeeper butterfly photographs
Dark Green Fritillary photographs
Painted Lady photographs
and many other butterfly species

Pepperd Moth photographs
Lime Hawk Moth photographs
Garden Tiger Moth photographs
Shark Moth photographs
and many other moth species

Sir David Attenborough warns that butterfly populations may suffer this year because of recent wet weather.

Butterflies in trouble:

  • Painted lady: Found on every continent except South America, these strong flyers are capable of long-distance migrations such as from north Africa to the UK
  • Common blue butterfly: Males have violet-blue upper wings, while females that inhabit the northern or western parts of the UK tend to be bluer than those in the south
  • Small tortoiseshell: One of our most familiar butterflies has experienced a rapid decline in the south
  • Brimstone butterfly: Males have yellow upper-wings while females are pale yellow-green, almost white in flight

(SOURCE BBC NEWS)

 


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Shotgun Cartridge Images on new Hasselblad

Story posted: 1. August 2012 by Charles Sainsbury-Plaice

Shooting

Just got hold of the new Hasselblad H4D-40 and taken some images of cartridges which are now online. The results are stunning.
Amazing detail, but also the shadow detail is unbelievable. Not quite ready to bin the Canon gear, but have to say I know which camera will be coming with me in the Shooting season. will just need to get some wet weather gear for it.

 

 


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Aspects of a days shooting photography

Story posted: 30. July 2012 by Charles Sainsbury-Plaice

Shooting

Come mid August I will find myself putting on my tweeds, loading my Hassleblad and Canon digitals into the boot of my car and going off to a Grouse Moor with one of several teams of guns. The clients range from The Field magazine to a plethera of private clients, in all shapes and sizes, from all backgrounds, shooting on farms, estates, moors and wetlands across the British Isles. For me the essence is to capture aspects of the whole day from the guns arriving, socializing, drawing pegs, action in the field, dogs, beaters etc. Also those detail shots that people rarely notice such as the close up of rain on a wax jacket, the detail of the engraving on a particular gun, a close up of some plumage all add to the flavour of a day. Weather plays an important part and one has to adjust to the conditions, and more importantly get a result. One particular dark, wet and windy winters day springs to mind In North Wales, before the age of digital, on a pheasant shoot, shooting slide film, it was too dark to get a result for an article in The Field, however editors need results and knowing this I resorted to taking a series of silhoettes against an assortment of stormy skies. It worked and needless to say made the editors cut. As a result I have always endeavoured to take a few silhoettes wherever possible as they make one question the story of the image. The same old story - don’t show everything - leave some room for the audience’s imagination.

Bertie


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