Email address
dave@davepiper.co.uk
Biographical Info
Dave Kai-Piper is a British born photographer living in Ireland. His work is based in the portraiture world with fashion and beauty elements blended together. When not working he is exploring the world on two wheels shooting and documenting the world around him. Over the years he has been an ambassador for Fujifilm, SmugMug, 3 Legged Thing, Peli Cases, Trek Pak and many more international brands, alongside teaching photography at Wolverhampton University + writing for many known publications about the world of photography. Current // Marketing Manager @ RAWex Former News Editor at fujilove.com. Former Lecturer at Wolverhampton University. Former Fujifilm Ambassador (X-Photographer)
Business Name
Dave Kai-Piper
Country
Ireland
Specialties
Portraits
Landscapes
Black and White
Travel
Fashion
Beauty
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7 months ago no Comment

Routed in the core basic elements of photography, the Rule of Thirds helps the photographer build the image and the viewer connect… so yeah.. it does work and you should be using it.

7 months ago no Comment

As I was putting some ideas together for my YouTube blogs, we thought it would be fun to re-edit an old image from 2013. It turned out to be quite a fun process, so we made a video about it.

7 months ago no Comment

If lockdown is driving you crazy then make sure you use any extra time you might have on your hands right now to check out your website to make sure it’s doing the best possible job.

1 year ago no Comment

Dave Kai-Piper Blog – Everyone doubts their own work. Some of us more than others. It feels like it’s a weekly struggle, against self-doubt and some sort of imposter syndrome. Could Social Media play a part in my mindset?

1 year ago no Comment

What does ‘third party’ means to you in terms of quality?

1 year ago no Comment

Dave Kai-Piper Blog: Why being comfortable with manual focus is important.

1 year ago no Comment

We headed out to shoot the sunrise, but it didn’t go quite to plan.

2 years ago no Comment

The retouching toolkit makes my images better – this post is about why.

2 years ago no Comment

Personal projects can be great ways to sharpen your skills, keep your creative flow and tell stories.

2 years ago no Comment

The fastest way I have found to find great colour