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Photos that get your brand values across | Website photography for Expedition Mini Coaches

It’s often the case that we can’t see what’s right in front of our noses isn’t it?  Because we’re so familiar with a thing, we see or experience it daily, we simply lose sight of it.  That’s often the case with companies that I work with – because they’re so used to providing an excellent…
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Event photography at Manchester Hall | Making a feature of the venue

Two things that I enjoy photographing are events (of all kinds) and building interiors.  The latter appeals because it’s the polar opposite of what I spend so much time doing i.e. there are usually no people in the shot!  And shooting people is what I do for over three quarters of the time.  But sometimes…
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Event photography | Size does matter!

Event photography comes in all shapes and sizes, as a quick glance around this blog will demonstrate.  While some of my favourite events to have covered have been tiny, intimate affairs, there are occasions where it’s all about the size and the spectacle …. Last summer I was asked to cover a rather grand affair…
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Kickstart 2020 | Organising, running and presenting a business event

Okay, so I spend a lot of my commercial life at events.  Big or small, early morning, lunchtime or evening, I’ve shot the lot.  I can often be seen wandering around, camera in hand, looking for ‘that’ shot.  I’ve worked with some great event planners and organisers, and I’ve seen some badly run events too…
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Headshots | Backgrounds and colours matter

What do we mean by a headshot?  After all, it’s a term that wasn’t widely used until just a few years ago.  It refers to a portrait of a person, with the emphasis on the face and little else.  In other words, it’s a shot that shows you what the subject looks like.  In the…
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