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Lorna has worked at the high end of the photographic industry for over twenty-five years. Coming into the business at an early age from an arts background, she learnt her craft working alongside some of Britain s leading photographers.
Leaving London and relocating to her native Devon she established her studio; dispelling the tired and staid image of social photography, she pioneered the reportage approach in her bridal work and applied her clean, graphic eye to the commercial field ... her unique style has been widely emulated.
Founder and principal photographer of Bangwallop, Lorna and her highly skilled creative team have established a unique and exciting photographic company.
Showcases the work of internationally acclaimed photographic artists as well as providing a backdrop for emerging photographers. Within the main gallery you ll also find the pod , our virtual gallery.
Offering a range of funky design led products, books, frames, cameras. Our boutique cafe, completes the experience.
At the heart of bangwallop are our photographic studios and post production facilities; home to founder and principal photographer Lorna Yabsley. Lorna and her highly skilled, creative team of associate photographers and designers, offer an unrivalled service, to both the private and commercial client.
Offering a range of courses for every level of skill, and interest. From basic digital evening classes, to full residential workshops run by our in house team and high calibre guest tutors.
Books by Lorna:
Dream Wedding Photography (new in paperback as An Introduction to Wedding Photography) 9780715336168
I love this book, it describes digital photography well and easily compared to some books I have and have looked at in bookshops. Read morePublished 17 days ago by susyq1958
Not entirely what I thought it would be. Really useful, beautiful images, good knowledge and information and easy to understand. Worth the money.Published 1 month ago by Abiegale07
Wonderful, very useful book, written with humour. Just the book I had been searching for. Why make things more complicated and "dry" than necessary? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Connie DK
A bit disappointed, the head line leads to the impression this will be a quick all rounder for the basics .... Could do with more step by step information. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Annelie Shaw
Being a Licentiate member of the Royal Photographic Society, I purchased this book for my grand-daughter who intends to study photography as part of her A level options. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Anthony Castell