Monthly Archives: September 2010

Exhibition news – SS Nomadic

This week has been all about finalising content for the panels for the SS Nomadic exhibition, due to open on November 18th in City Hall, Belfast. Photography is almost complete and the panel layout is now underway. Exhibition photography has included … Continue reading

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What does the image on your corporate literature or website say about you?

If a picture speaks a thousand words what does the corporate photography on your literature or website say about you? Great character portraits are produced with insight and attention to detail – they should squeeze every available ounce of the subject’s essence … Continue reading

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The trouble with stock library pictures

First there is the risk of deja vu, like the insurance company who launched a hugely expensive new website only to discover that the homepage image of the receptionist was the same as their biggest competitor’s website. Or how about expending the … Continue reading

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Three questions to ask yourself before you commission commercial photography:

1.)   Would you rather spend £300 on some pictures to keep your website up to date with your product range or spend £1,000 on insightful product photography to see a significant growth in sales? The cheapest is usually not the best value. 2.)   … Continue reading

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What is a commercial photographer?

As a commercial photographer in Belfast, it is my job to blend science with art in order to give an advertiser access to their clients’ hearts and minds – in my experience people who strive to produce a first class … Continue reading

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