Stretford , Urmston , Trafford Photographer


Jeta Logo Designer

Jeta Design Software

Jeta Design Software

It’s simple, fast and powerful software for logo design,
icons and business web graphics. Jeta has over 5000 vector shapes,
styles and templates, which makes it use even simpler and faster.
Start your design from one of over 400 templates, modify it by
replacing shapes and styles and you will get unique design
in just a few minutes!

review coming soon.

PAINT 2 IT – The Non Spill Paint Tray

This is one of the most usefull
painting accessories you will ever have in your kit
the small fibers in this hold your paint so you
dont spill, drip, any of it …
as there is nothing worse than when you are up
a ladder doing some cutting in around the ceiling
and you drop your paint pot ( or tin )
i had a small plastic pot with a handle on it untill now

it holds enough paint for cutting in for half a roon
thats either ..  door frame plug sockets lights and some
of the skirting boards..
or full ceiling (depending on how much paint needs going on)

if your always dropping your tin or paint tray then this handy

product is a must for you


visit paint2it now to get yours..



DIY Light painting kit #lightpainting

Diy Light Stick

If your just getting into light painting this
is a cheap way of starting off as a kit can
cost you upto £140 GBP

materials you will need ( im linking to 4D model shop )
as the prices here are a lot cheaper than where i have
found online ..

Perspex tube 40mm diameter £11.45
Glass frosting spray (as a clear tube will not work) £11.70
a torch , and some gaffa tape

i picked my torch up from quality save here in the uk
for under £3 its only 50 lumens but still very bright
and is around 34mm diameter so needs taped up to fit
inside the perspex tube…

and i have always got gaffa tape but any good tape will
do the job , if you dont want to gunk up the end of a
torch then just use some masking tape it works just as good..

from the images below we cut the tube to a size we needed
500mm (50cm) using a basic jnr hacksaw
then used the frost spray to cover the whole tube
let it dry (and spray in a well vented space)
as like i said above a clear tube will not work

size the torch up and use as much tape as needed
to buffer the gap we made ours a very tight fit so
we can swing it around and not have it fall out

we also added an end cap we picked up for change
in a hardware shop

A big thank you to the guys at 4D model shop for sorting us out


Flux Lighters


Flux Lighters ( plasma arc lighter )

first off im going to tell you the cons
of having one of these.

if like me you do not use your phone as a flashlight
rather use my lighter not with one of these
they are not bright enough to use as a quick light…

thats the con/s over with…..

no need to keep topping up with fuel
petrol or gas (whatever style you go for)
no flints to change no wicks to replace no
damaged skin on your thumbs from flicking
the wheel of a petrol style lighter anymore

as long as you have access to a
wall socket, usb port, power bank/bar,
solar charger (not tried the latter but will once i have a solar charger)
then you will never run out of fuel for these lighters
only had mine for one day and i love it……