Resources and handy information for our clients and prospective clients. When you are researching a photographer it’s good to know the answers to questions.

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  • Client Info: Photographer’s Style

    The Photographer’s Style This what defines a photographer, it’s not the equipment they use, or indeed the skills they have it their style, the way they see and interpret a scene and present it to the world. Their style is their identity but not every photographer has a style that’s identifiable. Agents see potential in…

  • Gear: Lighting

    Our architectural shooting style is to use natural lighting rather than supplementing with flash or other lighting. The reason is quite simple the designers of the space we are photographing went to great lengths and no doubt expense to create the lighting atmosphere and for us to sanitise this with artificial light isn’t our preference.…

  • Client Info: Lifestyle photography

    We hear a lot of buzz words in photography and lifestyle must be the new kid on the block. when we think of lifestyle is it ours or something that make it feel like it could be ours. We see people around a pool, not random public or guests but talent basically actors sitting in…

  • Gear: Heads

    Choosing a head that fits with your workflow is a balance between size, precision, speed of use and plate style. We prefer gear heads rather than ball heads though we do have both types, gear heads provides fine control of the camera position sacrificing speed. There is little need for rapid changes in our style…

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    Client Info: Stock Images

    Stock Images Stock images whether functional or advertisement images, the objective is in building a library of images needed and available to your marketing teams for publications, social media and editorial content. Functional photography Good photography can make the ordinary less ordinary that’s one of the challenges we face when we are commissioned to photograph…

  • Client Info: Budgets

    The information we need to ensure we can work with a client and deliver to their expectations. Having a realistic idea of the cost of a commission or project from the outset No budget? Does this mean you have no idea what this will cost or how much you want to spend? Brief driven budgets…

  • Client Info: F & B

    F&B or F&D we know the acronyms either way it’s what we photograph.

  • Gear: Tripods

    Architectural photography usually involves the use of a tripod, it isn’t just to support a camera it acts as a datum. We can keep the same camera height when working in a room or space. It provide a stable platform for longer exposures and bracketing shots. It holds our field monitors, remote triggers and tether…

  • Client Info: Room Lighting Design

    Room Lighting Design Should we preserve the designers vision of the lighting or sanitise it with our own, be it flash or additional lighting to fundimentally change how the room looks? Let’s look at the implications A lot of time and no doubt costs were involved in the design and execution of the lighting. Is it…