How to create sympathetic portraits when you can't show faces?
At your premises or at my studio
A People Based Commercial Photographer
People Based Photography
When the background adds essential information to images on-location photography is required.
This may involve a complex lighting setup but its visual impact will be well worth the time.
My corporate portraits are about banishing the stiff, forced nature of traditional studio portrait photos.
I think photographing you and your staff at your premises makes for better portraits as it isn’t inconvenient or unfamiliar and so your staff will appear more relaxed.
Portraits, Businesses and More
A useful tip to relax sitters you may not have thought of.
The secret to edgy portraits? Moody lighting and ....?
What is the ideal background when shooting outdoors?
How to avoid images of blokey men in hard hats staring at the camera?
How to photograph unobtrusively and silently when you have the lowest status on a film set?