Tag Archives: Commercial Photographer

Photograph the hotel not the dog. the hotel not the dog. The hotel – yes. The dog – no. Doesn’t he look good? The  Hotel was lovely. The snag was this handsome and poised fellow. He cried out to be photographed. This is a problem that I’m pretty sure many photographers suffer from. We are by nature […]

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Three years ago Rosie had a meeting with potential clients. They had bought a house and were keen to document it’s refurbishment. This was the inception of what became one of our favourite projects. Following and photographing the transformation of The Old School House from being semi-derelict to the the beautiful family home it is now. We first photographed  the house on […]

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I made my way carefully down the corridor. I excused myself as I got in the way of joiners, electricians, plumbers, plasterers and painters. Ahead Jason was telling me about how the rooms would be when they were finished and how he envisaged the pictures would look on the website.  Well, I presume that’s what he was saying. […]

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When I was asked  if I was available to photograph a Jaguar “somewhere scenic” my first question was “You mean the car?” Not that I was adverse to photographing a large South American apex predator. I would have a different logistical approach to the cat compared to the car… body armour, tranquilliser guns, running shoes etc […]

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The Kinloch Lodge hotel  has a worldwide reputation for luxury, hospitality and a wonderful dining experience. Chef Marcello Tully holds a coveted Michelin star. The staff are spectacularly nice, welcoming and efficient. A stay at the Kinloch is one of life’s great pleasures. In an effort to make it’s guests stay even more enjoyable the hotel […]

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