As a Derby photographer I’m asked to provide event photography for all kinds of occasions. One such event is the annual Peak Awards ceremony held at The Roundhouse in Derby, a fabulous venue for any event. It’s a celebration of achievements by learners across the College and its many sites. for the past few awards ceremonies, and here are a handful of images from the recent event. The photographs are used by the College to promote its business in Press Releases, promotional material, on social media and in the prospectus. In addition to photographing the winners with their trophies I try to capture some of the atmosphere of the event as the guests arrive and enjoy the entertainment and their meal. In the business world event photography is an important tool for communicating a positive image to potential customers. [Read more…]
Creating the right visual image for your company is a vital part of promoting your product in the modern business world. Of course, the product is what defines your business, but customers do like to be able to identify with the people behind the product, too. Consequently, companies are now very keen to use business portraits to present the human side of their business. As a Derby photographer I’ve been called on several times recently to provide corporate headshots and other portrait photographs for local businesses. Some companies prefer to have a location portrait as this can create a more informal look, where others opt to have a photo shoot with studio lighting and a white backdrop for a professional image. [Read more…]
Being a photographer based in Derby means that I am well-placed to take on jobs all across the Midlands and further afield – recently I’ve travelled to Norfolk, Lancashire and North Wales for photo shoots. Although we always complain about the state of our roads it’s still possible to move around relatively quickly from my central location. [Read more…]
As a freelance photographer based in Derby I take on a wide range of jobs, including commercial photography. The work can come in many forms, but the main requirement is that the job precisely meets the brief, and is delivered on time.