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I specialise in commercial spaces. I have the experience in photographing commercial spaces which are very different to residential spaces.
I’ve built a good reputation among the companies I have worked with for my image quality and customer service.
I am based in Bedfordshire in the UK. I provide photography services throughout the UK and Europe.
I shoot with a Sony A7riii which is a 42-megapixel camera. I have several Sony G-master lenses which are incredibly sharp, clear lenses. I also shoot with a 24mm Tilt-Shift lens which is a specialist architectural photography lense.
I have 4 studio strobes and some speedlights which I use and a large number of light modifiers.
Finally, I travel with a small selection of props to add to some of the images.
This depends totally on the shoot. If the rooms are ready, I can do between 8 and 16 a day.
Between getting the composition, staging and lighting perfect, I need to spend around 1-2 hours in post to get the image perfect.
Check out this youtube video of me setting up, shooting and editing a room I photographed in a Grade 2 listed building.
Easy answer. No. Longer answer. Why would you want them? My RAW files are only part of the image. Each image is made up of at least 3 and sometimes up to 25 RAW images. I blend them all in together in Photoshop to create my final image which you see.
I focus on commercial spaces, with a tiny bit of executive residential. Spaces I photograph include:
– Shopping Malls
– Fuel Stations
– Car sellers units
– Retail Parks
– Holiday Resorts
– Luxury homes
– Plus other Commercial Spaces
I also offer Stage Photography of construction builds to build a record of the sites progress during the build. Very useful for large construction projects.
I have a number of packages that I provide my clients. Each quote is based on these packages, travel fees and usage. Get in touch with your brief and I will send you out a quote within 24 hours.
Cost-sharing is a very beneficial way of either reducing the cost or allowing you a higher value package. There is a small surcharge added to the package price to cover the additional work for me. This new cost is then divided equally amongst the parties, allowing you a lower final cost.
The quote you receive is broken down into all the parts. I do charge for travel, but it is all outlined in the quote. Once you receive the quote unless there are any extra’s added after our consultation you won’t be charged anymore.
This is incredibly simple. Upon accepting my quote you pay a 30% booking fee. This ensures I reserve the dates agreed for you.
Once I have completed the images, I put up low-resolution samples on my server for you to look over. If there are any additional edits you require, let me know and I will get them done.
Once you have signed off the images they will be available as a shopping cart product on my website. You simply purchase them there, pay via PayPal and you will receive a link to download them via a zipped file.
If you have ordered any physical products, these will be delivered as soon as they become available by the suppliers.
I own all of my images. I license them out to you to use in certain scenarios.
It is all written out in my contract. I let you use the images on your website, social media (with a little photo credit to me), trade shows, trade magazines, competitions, editorial use.
You may not give, lend, lease or sell the images to anyone. Just get them to drop me an email and we can discuss licensing any images out to them.
Third-party usage is not a part of my standard licensing agreement. If someone else wants to use the images I provided to you, they must get in contact with me to provide them with a license to avoid licensing infringements.
Simply drop me an email. I can then provide you with an invoice and a download link.