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Revitalise your website with fresh commercial photography

Websites are often the first impression people get of your brand, but because January is often the month where big plans hit a stumbling block, it means that the changes we promised ourselves get swamped beneath the workload that mounted up while we celebrated Christmas.

However, I’ve often found that small changes can make a big difference.

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A portfolio of corporate headshots – portrait session

I’ve talked in the past about the importance of your corporate headshot. It’s about capturing an image that shows people who you are and gets across how you want to be perceived by the outside world. But realistically, distilling all your dimensions into one corporate headshot can leave you little room for flexibility.

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Case study: How to capture a business with commercial photography

What is the essence of a business?

That’s a good question, and one you want any potential customer browsing your website or brochure to understand quickly. Because being able to do so draws them further into your brand’s story and encourages them to take more action. So how do you bottle the essence of your brand and display it clearly for all to see?

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Come into the light with white background studio photography

Shooting products on a white background…

I’ve talked a bit previously about using natural light to bring your product photography to life, enabling your clients to visualise your products in their lives. I love working with natural light, but it isn’t the only weapon in my photography toolbox.

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Commercial Photography – ‘The Bigger Picture’

What does it really mean to be a commercial photographer?

When I tell my friends and associates in and around Suffolk that I’m a commercial photographer I often wonder if they really know what I mean.

The word ‘commercial’ often conjures up images of ribbon-cutting ceremonies,

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A ‘corporate headshot’ outside? Whatever next..!

Fusion Spaces Case Study… breaking away from the norm

I was recently asked to do a photo shoot for workplace wellbeing consultancy, Fusion Spaces, up at one of Suffolk’s most famous beaches – Aldeburgh.

As a forward-thinking consultancy firm which promotes wellbeing in the workplace, founders Jayne and Michael understand that people –

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Considering Stock Photography for your Website?

Why bespoke is best when it comes to showcasing your brand…

I’ve spoken before about the importance of visual content when it comes to cementing your brand – and how photography can play a huge part in presenting the ‘right’ image to your customers and potential customers.

Yet so often I see examples of businesses that have evidently invested a lot in creating a fantastic brand;

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Blackstone Kitchens: A Natural Light Case Study

I was recently asked to photograph Blackstone Kitchen’s newly opened showroom in Colchester, Essex, using only Natural Light.

As designers, manufacturers and installers of hand-painted English style kitchens, all of Blackstone’s kitchens are made from real wood, making authenticity a key aspect of their brand.

This is something that natural lighting can add in abundance.

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Food Glorious Food. Mouth-watering photography that will tempt your customers…

Tasting food is a full sensory experience – it’s not just our taste buds that get excited at new flavours, it’s our eyes too. That’s why getting food photography ‘right’ is so important. I was recently invited to the Turks Head, Hasketon to take headshots of the staff, capture food menus & photograph a cookery demo…

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