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Have an idea or a project, lets collaborate and create something amazing
Achieve the look your brand desires. From conceptualization to presentation, trust Natalie Field’s creative direction to communicate through storyboards and sketches and bring your ideas to life.
Fashion photography is a team effort: from make-up and hair, to styling and set design, each artist plays a pivotal role in the project’s success. Allow us to facilitate booking your team and manage their interpretation of the brief.
Field’s core service is focused on fashion and beauty photography, and their creative and commercial applications. Her portfolio offers clean compositions, vibrant colors and tack sharp images suited to high-end reproduction.
Natalie Field is brand ambassador for Photon Lighting in South Africa, and utilises this professional system combined with film lighting techniques to craft images with maximum depth and cinematic effect.
From basic fashion and beauty retouching to complicated composites, we offer subtle yet effective retouching that delivers seamless images, while retaining file integrity and definition.
Passionate about the creation and appreciation of art, Field offers insight into her photographic processes and business experiences. She talks on conceptualisation, demonstrates gear and explains lighting techniques at pop-up workshops and photographic events.
Natalie Field is an official brand ambassador for Vanguard: designer and manufacturer of photographic gear in the lines of tripods, monopods and heads, as well as bags and cases. Field has been with Vanguard South Africa for 2 years and has recently been validated by Vanguard World as an official Vanguard Professional. You can see more on the gear she uses by clicking on the Vanguard Badge.
“The combination of ABEO Pro 283 CT and GH-300T Pistol grip allows me to shoot in any environment from every angle, allowing for greater creativity. As I am often combining elements in my photographs, it is imperative to shoot these at the same height and angle to avoid cognitive dissidence in the final images, so working from a tripod and marking my settings is a must.”