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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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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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Commercial interiors photography for architects | Shooting a Grade II Listed building

An enquiry from a firm of architects in Stoke-on-Trent inviting me to photograph the interior of a Grade II listed building, the Victorian Town Hall, whose refurbishment they’d supervised …… this was in the realm of ‘if Carlsberg did commercial photography enquiries’ …. One of the great joys and privileges of my job is going…
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Commercial website photography – offering the whole package

Today, a few words on the planning and thought that goes into a typical day’s photography … It’s something that I’ve noticed increasingly over the past year or so.  I’m being commissioned to do ‘the whole package’ by companies i.e. to take portraits of staff in addition to making images of the office or workspace.…
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Commercial interiors photography for Manchester Cubicles and Doors

A fairly constant theme in this blog is the sheer variety of work that I get asked to do.  The phone often rings and I get asked to do all manner of things.  So today I thought I’d write about a commission from the spring that, while it’s similar to other jobs I’ve done, is…
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