Inspiration & Advice 14th August 2020

Your Lockdown Stories Vol. 3

During the lockdown, Team Loxley have been honoured to discover how so many of you have adapted your businesses to still provide clients with beautiful photographs. That’s why we want to share your lockdown stories with the wider Loxley community, so you can continue to inspire other photographers during these unprecedented times. Below you’ll see some fantastic images captured by photographers around the UK during the lockdown. We hope these inspire you to get creative and gain new ideas for your business. If you would like to feature in our next Lockdown Stories blog, submit your images and quotes here.

Hitchin stands together

I created a motivational poster art piece for my town. ‘Hitchin Stands Together’ which people displayed in their windows, it has given people hope and whilst the town was locked down

Velvet Cooper

The Koel (M) enjoying the pre-monsoon rain

View from my window – The Koel (M) seen enjoying in premonsoon rain. My photographic enjoyment in lockdown period.

Subhash Purohit

Lockdown project "Matrix Life"

One day on quarantine – photo of Lockdown project”Matrix life ” This is story my child, a story different than before . Life in lockdown is like a matrix. Total life changes.

Agnieszka Bartkowiak

Lockdown portraits

Lockdown portraits

Vivek Kumar

Family portrait

Lockdown 2020 – I had a chance to photograph my kids more often and document our everyday life. This is our summer family portrait.

Eszter Szabo

Vulnerable two year old with heart, skull and lung deformities.

Vulnerable two year old with heart, skull and lung deformities. Mum was very relaxed and confident, two year old a real character.

Geraint Williams

Azure skies and the emboldened Oxfordshire wildlife of 'lockdown'

Azure skies and the emboldened Oxfordshire wildlife of ‘lockdown’ have powered a huge appetite for images! One sunrise was taken at at 5am and a print ordered at 5.30 that’s my ’emotional paycheck’!

Simon Booker

Grant McKelvie

I was a busy wedding photographer and during the pandemic had to re asses my business model. When lockdown restrictions were lifted slightly I started my portraits in the park which is going down a storm.

Grant McKelvie