This is a specialist service using perspective control lenses where possible to provide distortion free, geometrically aligned images to record an aesthetically pleasing and accurate representation of completed buildings and structures for the construction industry, lifestyle magazines and architects.
As an architectural photographer Keith is very aware of how important the quality of light and forward planning are for photographing external buildings, hence dawn and dusk are often the time he shoots architectural photography to maximise creative visual effects using shadows and low light to accentuate a structures design elements.
Interiors can be photographed using natural or artificial light or a mix of the two, Keith’s experience will decide which is best to fulfil your brief when at the location.
These services produces large image files which can be used for vast prints that enclose construction sites and brochures or resized for websites and social media platforms.
As a construction photographer factual progress shots and visually striking detailed images are the main focus, however, public relation and marketing style photography can also be taken during your construction photography commission of ground breaking, topping out ceremonies, site visits by MP’s, councillors and other events for use in your online and printed media.
Attract new guests to your hotel, B&B or property let by having it photographed to a high standard with good lighting and eliminating wonky, distorted rooms. Remember we buy with our eyes so it is important to have good residential photography on your website to make it stand out from the crowd. Quality internal and external photography of your property has never been more essential with the growing demand of online viewing and letting agents. Keith photographs residential property lets, holiday cottages, hotels and B&B’s throughout Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex.
For advice or quotation email Keith or call 07709 276617 / 01842 763158 .
Service Areas Covered: Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex.