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Category: commercial interiors photography

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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Commercial photography in Manchester | North Central apartments

Here’s a recent commercial photography assignment from the heart of Manchester city centre.  And also proof that occasionally I do shoot photos that don’t  have people in them! Progressive Living are a residential property development company based in the city centre, and whose projects include the stunning North Central residence in Shudehill, overlooking the Piccadilly and…
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Corporate photography | Making lemonade with the lemons

When you book a corporate photography job, there’s always a brief to fulfill.  The client, or their agent, has got in touch for a reason.  They might be bringing a new product to market; or moving premises; taking on new staff members … whatever the reason, the job of a professional photographer is to tell…
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That was 2018 | A year in sixty seconds

I do love looking back over the year and reflecting on the assignments I’ve shot.  It’s wonderful to re-live twelve months by opening up the hard drives, scrolling through the thousands of photos and remembering the days, events and moments that made up the year.  I remember the new people I’ve met, the conversations about…
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Architectural photography part 2 | Stoke Town Hall Queen Elizabeth II Room

Following on from last week’s post about shooting the refurbished interior of the Stoke Town Hall for CTD Architectural Practice, I couldn’t resist showing off some more architectural photography this week.  Here we move upstairs to the first floor of the building, where more architectural wonders lie in wait.  Named after Her Majesty, the Queen…
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