Car Photography – Mercedes SLR McLaren

I had the opportunity to photograph the rather beautiful Mercedes SLR McLaren at William Loughran, esteemed supplier of performance and luxury cars.

Headshot Photography for the Photographer

Meet Damien McGlade, photographer and a long time friend. Although he did scare the hell out of me when I first met him. But that’s another story.

Product Photography For Mosney Mill, Preston

Mosney Mill is a company owned by artist, Emma Sutton. Her hand painted designs are the epitome of country living.

Car and Automotive Photography, Preston

Photographing cars on a sunny day. Something I love to do, although the sunny day bit is a bit of a rare occurrence.

Food Photography for Just Prepd in Preston

I have to say, I am surprised at just how many “niche” areas there are within a particular market. And I consider myself to be very lucky to work with a few companies that excel in niche areas.

Wedding Photography at Samlesbury Hotel, Preston

The Samlesbury Hotel, just outside Preston, has some interesting locations for wedding photography, if you go looking for them.

Wedding Photography at Gibbon Bridge, Chipping in Preston.

This is Emily and Richard, who married at Gibbon Bridge in August. A beautiful venue with some stunning opportunities for wonderful bridal portraits.

Motorcycle Photography

Having had my first shoot with the ELB1200, I wanted a complete change of subject and challenges for my second shoot.

Asian Bridal Brochure Photography

This particular image was part of a bridal brochure shoot for the Marriott hotel group. They had a healthy number of wedding bookings, but there seemed an obvious lack of engagement with the Asian community. A review of their wedding marketing image quickly revealed why. There were no Asian bridal imagery displayed anywhere. It’s difficult to engage a target customer if they cannot see an established relationship with similar clients.

Product Photography – Perspex Signs

  As products go, these signs had their own set of challenges. The main thing I wanted to preserve, was the three dimensional nature and depth of the acrylic. The numbering was quite pronounced within the plastic, and I wanted to make sure that was obvious to the viewer. What I didn’t want, was any glare or flaring caused by the highly polished perspex.

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