Tag: interiors photography

What it takes to run a commercial photography business

(The first answer is …. a good alarm clock …) As it often does, it begins with an email. This time, it was from a company called Creative Eight.  It ran along the lines of “you’ve been recommended, are you free on …?”  I googled them, and it turns out that they make exhibition stands…
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It’s all about wellness | Photography for health businesses and clinics

In the past couple of years I’ve had an increasing number of commissions from doctors surgeries, dental practices, hearing centres and other health-related businesses to take photos for them.  They generally get in touch when they’re updating their website, or have commissioned a new one.  So, I thought I’d gather together a few images from…
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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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Portrait photography on location … and stock

In the past couple of years I’ve offered a ‘website package’ that has proved popular with a lot of companies.  This has come about because I work closely with a number of web designers who refer their clients to me for new shots for the website that’s in development.  In essence, the package comprises staff…
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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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