It’s good to be back supporting my clients in any way I can. Businesses are starting to get ready for opening in a few weeks so I’m busy shooting food and interiors for some of my hospitality clients.
I’ve been strictly observing the two metre rule. My clients can see their pictures from a safe distance on my laptop as I shoot tethered. I’ll even wear a mask if deemed necessary, some clients would prefer if that were a permanent arrangement!
Photographing property for Architects and Holiday Letting Agencies usually involves at least one other person to help with styling, shifting lights and keeping the coffee coming! During this weird phase of our lives I’m lucky to have my wife Anna accompanying me on shoots where she can act as Stylist and Assistant. We live together of course so no issues over social distancing!
Give me a shout if you have a project to shoot and want to discuss ways of tackling it safely, I’m here to help!
In these unprecedented times it pays to think outside the box. Rowes Bakery have taken the box theme and put their pasties in them and they’re sending them to customers via their online sales service.
Holiday accommodation photography is about selling a lifestyle, but also about showing a potential guest the spaces and facilities they will enjoy on their holiday. So, while some styling is necessary to soften the edges and make a cottage, lodge or apartment look ‘homely’, it’s also important to manage expectations and not be too lavish […]