Author / William Wilson

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  • Client info: photography briefs

    Client briefs are the route to a successful project, establishing the final expectations is the key where we can work towards a solution that ensures we meet your needs. The more detail we are provided the better we can interpret and look at creative aspects ensuring we meet with project timescales and budgets.

  • Case Study: Fashion designer

    Bonguise, Luxury personal styling & shopping consultancy in London looking for self modelled images for both social media and website. Folakemi Campbell: Fashion designer, consultant & style curator. website: http://bonguise.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/f.campbell Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bonguise_style/ Consultation After the initial consultation we offered our location photoshoot as the best approach to acquiring images to show off Folakemi’s…

  • The Art of the personal project: 1

    Work or Play Photography isn’t just my business it’s a passion although it’s not my past time I rarely take a camera with me or take photos with my phone my escape is cooking, and in that point I don’t photograph my food so my food and my photography are my passions but don’t cross.…

  • Case Study: Retail outfitters

    Outfitters e-commerce website, client were a long established ladies and gents outfitters Brooks Shops who planned setting up an online presence and expand into a wider market. Consultation After the initial consultation we offered our studio product photography and a series of on location lifestyle photoshoots. The aim was to launch the website with a…

  • Client Info: Photographer’s Track Record

    There are so many photographers on the market now in many ways it offers more variety, more availability possible located where you are allowing a closer working relationship.7 The criteria for finding and choosing a photographer isn’t straight forward, in many ways it the person seeking to find one that sets the criteria. We as…

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    Gear: Tilt Shift Lenses

    For our architectural photography, we use tilt-shift lenses. We prefer Canon and firmly believe they make the widest range and possibly the best . Tilt-shift lenses are essential simply because they allow us to correct perspective; which is extremely important for the kind of work we do. This is a highly technical aspect of architectural…

  • Client Info: Photographer’s Style

    The Photographer’s Style This what defines a photographer, it’s not the equipment they use, or indeed the skills they have it their style, the way they see and interpret a scene and present it to the world. Their style is their identity but not every photographer has a style that’s identifiable. Agents see potential in…

  • Gear: Lighting

    Our architectural shooting style is to use natural lighting rather than supplementing with flash or other lighting. The reason is quite simple the designers of the space we are photographing went to great lengths and no doubt expense to create the lighting atmosphere and for us to sanitise this with artificial light isn’t our preference.…

  • Client Info: Lifestyle photography

    We hear a lot of buzz words in photography and lifestyle must be the new kid on the block. when we think of lifestyle is it ours or something that make it feel like it could be ours. We see people around a pool, not random public or guests but talent basically actors sitting in…

  • Gear: Heads

    Choosing a head that fits with your workflow is a balance between size, precision, speed of use and plate style. We prefer gear heads rather than ball heads though we do have both types, gear heads provides fine control of the camera position sacrificing speed. There is little need for rapid changes in our style…