Archive for the ‘PR photography’ Category

Chinook flight simulator

Challenging conditions inside the Chinook Mk6 Synthetic Flight Training Simulator at RAF Odiham today. Very low light levels and a lot of vibration. Grateful that we packed one of our small #Manfrotto LED lights to fill in as using flash was out of the question !

Two faces of Remembrance

Taken at today’s Remembrance Sunday service in Petersfield, where the young and the old came out together to remember…  

Apprenticeships

An interesting shoot for EHDC Economic Development to promote their apprentice programme. All the apprentices were incredibly engaged and happy in their work. From groundsmen to engineers, this is a great opportunity for young people to gain training and experience.

All bagged up…

Beautiful leather and canvas luggage shot on location in the converted barn premises of Fur, Feather and FinĀ in the sleepy West Sussex village of Charlton.

Spinal tap

In the past 7 days we’ve photographed 192 people, 4 dogs, a home lift and a spinal column…

Group photography

Group photos are popular with a lot of our clients. They promote team-building and synergy and provide a lasting memory of a successful course or event – and they’re always great fun to shoot.

It’s only rock n’ roll…

Busy scanning hundreds of transparencies for library stock when I came across this shot of Rick Wakeman, taken during a video shoot at Fountain Studios in New Malden in the late 80’s. 6×4.5 transparency shot on Fuji Velvia stock.

Education Secretary PR visit

Education Secretary Damian Hinds met apprentices at Parker Hannifin in Alton last week to help promote East Hants District Council’s apprenticeship initiatives

Mudlarks..

Busy morning that started with and early prospect meeting up the road in Havant and ended up on a very muddy Care UK building site in Hythe for a PR shoot. But the sun shone and the lads looked happy !

Golden years

Lovely shoot this afternoon in Andover. Tony and Carol have been married 65 years and are now in the same care home. Carol has dementia, but was an absolute delight, and Tony regaled us with tales of his service in Malaya with the Royal Marines in the 50’s. Wonderful to see two people so obviously […]