Category: commercial portrait photography

Some legal (group) portraits

Following on from my last post, here are three commercial portraits I shot during my visit to the Stowe Family Law London offices. The first is a simple, windowlit portrait of Marilyn Stowe.  I’ve shot her several times now, in each of the company offices and what always stands out is the colourful art on…
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Business portraits – or shooting the boss quickly and efficiently

I first took some promotional shots for Bluebird Care last year, to coincide with the launch of their new office in Altrincham.  They offer nursing care in people’s homes, and wanted some images to show their uniforms and branding for use in the local press, along with some portraits of the staff. The Managing Director,…
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>Model portfolio portraits

> As I’ve said many times before, I’m first and foremost a people photographer.  Rarely a week goes by when I’m not making a portrait for someone.  But within that broad term are a variety of subtle differences. If you’re in business and want a portrait to put on your website or to use as…
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>Commercial photography in Altrincham

> The beauty of commercial photography is that no two jobs are ever the same. I was contacted recently by Ian from Bluebird Care.  He got my details through the Altrincham and Sale Chamber of Commerce, for whom I do a lot of work.  He’s opened up a new office in Altrincham and is preparing…
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>Commercial portrait photography on location

>Commercial portraits, as I said in my last post, lie at the heart of my photography.  In the studio, on location, at your office, on the factory floor – I’ve photographed people in all kinds of places, doing all kinds of things.  But every portrait has one thing in common.  I’m making the subject look…
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