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Achieving consistency with headshots | How to look like the team you are

Sometimes you want everything to look the same. You spend a lot of time, energy and money on getting your brand and its values across.  One of the most important aspects, especially if you’re a big company, is that you’re a team, all pulling in the same direction.  Unfortunately, making everything look the same –…
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Interiors photography |Close up and far away

Interiors photography has a pretty simple rule of thumb that’s worth sticking to.  Make everything look as big as possible, and get up close and show interesting details. Recently I was asked back to a new development in Shudehill in Manchester, North Central, to shoot the entrance of the building, the hallway and lifts, and…
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Portrait photography and subtle nuances

Portraits and portrait photography seems such a simple thing doesn’t it?  They’re just photos of people, after all.  Of course, when you dig a little deeper, things become more complicated. I shot these images for a health company earlier this year.  I was invited to visit them to shoot, principally, a magazine cover image; of…
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Advertising photography on location

Advertising photography has its own subtle rules, so I thought I’d talk about them in this blog post, after the shoot that I carried out a couple of weeks ago for one of my regular clients. First, some background.  Stone Store are the retail division of my client, Premier Stone; importers and sellers of high…
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Brand photography | architectural details

Increasingly I’m asked to create brand photography for companies.  Usually, this is prompted by a website overhaul, meaning that new photos are needed to populate it, or because a member of staff has been charged with improving the company’s marketing, usually including an increased use of social media.  Whatever the reason though, having a library…
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