It’s the 22nd September and a bright a chilly morning for our group photo of no less than 150 graduates taking part in British American Tobacco’s Grad Academy training programme. And yes, (almost) everyone is looking at the camera !
A brief round of applause please for this ever-patient lady who has stood in for more lighting checks than I could even begin to remember….
Lovely weather for GCSE Results Day !
Zoe and Sophie from Churcher’s College in Petersfield each achieved 10 x Level 9 – only 837 nationally did that !
Shooting these tiny data connectors in the studio last week was an interesting challenge….
Some beautiful pieces of leather luggage in the studio as part of an ongoing catalogue shoot.
We’ll finish these today then tomorrow we move on to electronics with high performance push-pull circular connectors and cable assemblies !
Sorting through and updating folio images today I came across this shot of actor Dexter Fletcher, who took over directing duties from Bryan Singer on “Bohemian Rhapsody” and has just directed the Elton John biopic “Rocketman”
Recent shoot for a lighting controls client in the Dyson Building at Imperial College London.
The brief was to capture the application of their environmental lighting control system, in particular to illustrate the system’s ability to balance between daylight and artificial light levels in the public areas of the building. Careful light and colour temperature balancing was required throughout to ensure that the client ended up with exactly the images they needed for promotion in industry publications.
Just a small flavour of last week’s conference coverage at the Celtic Manor Resort, Newport, for Thomson Reuters Legal.
Presentations, break-out groups, networking and an evening awards dinner.
It was a long day, but made so much easier by working with a genuinely lovely bunch of people.
Firstly, I didn’t plan this picture. I knew HMS Queen Elizabeth was due to return on 10th December and as we were planning to visit Haslar Marina to check the boat I threw a camera in the back of the car in case the opportunity arose to get a few stock images for our library. I shot a few frames as she cleared the entrance to Portsmouth Harbour and then published one on LinkedIn. I normally have several hundred views when I publish a picture, but by the end of the first day I was already up to 400 views. This climbed day-by-day until it finally reached 5,263 views. I don’t know if it was the ship or my hashtags #marine #defence #navy, but it’s my most viewed picture to date, proving that the right combination of image and keywords on LinkedIn is a very good way to attract attention to your business.