Last week, we photographed the Tenaris team at their offices in Marischal Square. Those that could not manage are arranging session at the studio, and our on-line diary makes it easy for the appointments to be arranged.
We often see requests for photography on social media and some of my clients, and BNI members are often kind enough to recommend me but with the number of photographers active on social media, it is only occasionally that we are successful getting the work. Recently Clear Focus, a local video company posted that they required a still photographer to work with them at John Bell Pipeline. I supplied samples and a quote and was commissioned.
We are delighted to be working with Laings again. I previously photographed the showroom and the first case study of several planned. I was booked to take some photographs of the VIP launch but prior to that, there was an urgent requirement for an exterior shot that I managed to take and deliver same day to meet their deadline.
We have just completed photographing nine projects for Montrose based architects, John D Crawford. This lovely home in Laurencekirk is one of those projects. This was a complete house re-build, with a beautiful extension at the back.
We have featured Vovem in this blogpost previously: click here to read it. This restaurant was photographed for Tinto Architecture and also PB Devco. Since photographing it in December 2018, the images have been used a lot by both clients:
At the BNI meeting this morning, Darren Walker of Laings was presenting the weekly 10 minute presentation. It was an excellent presentation with some background personal information, the long history of Laings, and about the company as it is today, using my images of the showroom, and also a case study of a house in Inverurie.
After Darren Walker of Laings, joined BNI, we arranged a 1-1. After showing him samples of interior photography, we arranged to photograph their easy-to-access, beautiful showroom in Inverurie (post on this to follow). Laings are creating a new website will be using my images for social media and marketing collateral. I am photographing 10 case studies altogether, and this beautiful home in Cunninghill Road, Inverurie, is the first one.
Earlier this year, I was asked to quote to take photographs at the International School for a case study for new lighting installed in the gym. It was a very detailed brief and the client in the US wanted to be assured that I knew about HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography, using multiple images. As I use this technique regularly for property photography, I was able to send appropriate samples.
Last Friday was the first decent weather and I had several jobs to do while the sun was shining. One of the properties I had to photograph was Turlundie Lodge, a beautiful house on Charlestown Road, Aboyne. This traditional family home has a separate building used as guest accommodation, and has stunning river views from the back garden, and a lovely view to the Aboyne Green at the front.
Last week I was working at Ross Survival for 3 days photographing a large range of products for a new website. Dominika travelled from Poland to work with me to get all the photographs taken. There were a wide range of clothing and other personal protection equipment (ppe) and all products had to be photographed for a consistent clean look on a white background.