Birds eye view – up 4 floors, then up one more to get this storytelling shot of a very well attended event on the roof of a construction project for Coventry University.
Photographer on Site – full PPI is a prerequisite for Site photography, hard hat, work boots, builder gloves and often clear goggles are the fashion statement I’m making.
Arresting Architectural views are captured of this amazing building that forms part of Nottingham Science Park. Graham is always looking to find that extra angle, that eye catching view – that brings the building to life.
Interesting interiors form part of Completion project photography. This time we have found a unique slightly higher viewpoint that shows this modern properties reception area.
Come hell or high-water – in this case it was raining sideways! Up four floors on an exposed roof we get the money shot of this Topping Out ceremony. A loud shout of “its a lovely summers day!” got the group smiling and laughing before rapidly heading off to shelter from the storm.
When your subject is based at the office (in Coleshill) there is always the challenge of producing memorable and meaningful editorial portraits. I’m very keen to produce photographs with negative space – enabling the end user to utilise the space either for text or related pictures.
This thoughtful office portrait is composed to allow the graphic designer to add text or related photographs to tell the story of this member of staff who has been nominated for an award in the construction industry.
Interesting close up details help clients tell more informative information to potential clients and investors. Again this image gives the client the opportunity to use as a backdrop to use as an upright or landscape and add more pictures too.
On Site Editorial images need to be powerful, arresting and news worthy. It’s worth getting closer, getting in amongst the site supplies, getting hands on – popping in the Ultra Wide Angle Lens. To bring you images that really work.
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