Blog Posts

Moire Reduction using Lightroom adjustment brushes

Lightroom Tip: Moire Reduction Below is a helpful transcription of the above video. Just a quick tip. I occasionally produce tips and you might want to jump on my YouTube or Vimeo and you can see some of those. I haven't posted one for a while, but this is a new one that I thought […]

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FORD Electric Charging with GeniePoint

A recent PR shoot for MindWorks Marketing’s Client – Ford GB took me to the Boat Museum in Ellesmere for a blustery and cold photography shoot. I was asked to cover a PR event that involved FORD electric vehicles gaining access to the GeniePoint electrification network. It's January, threatening rain, gusty and bone-chillingly cold, a […]

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THE VALUE OF PERSONALISED CONTENT

I approach business photography and video by creating bespoke images which capture the essence of your company. I spend as much time as necessary liaising with clients to deliver meaningful and impactful content that effectively tells your story. A good image should always engage and show the diverse aspects of your company’s journey cataloguing the […]

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Composite Photography and Post-Production

Photography on location with an eye for composition Location photography is always about compromise. The location might not be perfect, the weather is cold, it's windy, it's too sunny, then overcast, then jumping in and out of clouds. This is why trying to get the perfect shot in one go is practically impossible. You've either […]

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Ice-breaker school transition videos

Staff and subject introduction videos We were approached by Waterhead Academy to provide videos for the new Year 7 students entering the academy. It's an exciting but scary prospect moving from your existing school, where you're at the top of the tree, the oldest year group in school, and familiar with the layout, other classmates, […]

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Old school metalwork photography

Metal work and lathe imagery I visited a local Eccles-based manufacturing unit recently and produced a set of images from one of their soon-to-be retiring professional machinists. His skill with a lathe was truly superb. I'm sure it was second nature to him, but I watched in wonder as his knowledgable hands made quick, clean, […]

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Peter Alderslade - British Ploughing Champion

Photographing British Ploughing Champion While working with Continental Agricultural Tyres capturing case study videos, part of the brief was to provide some 'Hero' style images of Peter Alderslade alongside his trusty Valtra tractor that has bought him such success. Based in Northumberland he's an arable farmer and current British ploughing champion in the reversible class. […]

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Surgeon corporate portraits

Photography in Manchester is always risky in terms of weather. You book a shoot and cross your fingers, hoping for good weather. With most clients, we have a fallback plan just in case the rain shows...again.On this particular day, the rain was in full dominance, so we executed Plan B. The main drive of the […]

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Product photography - Sea3 Trial Frames

We received a product photography commission from an online retailer of the trial frames by Sea3. The client had been using imagery captured by themselves and whilst the images showed the product, the background was distracting and the images didn't demonstrate the product's build quality or show the viewer clearly enough the specifics of the […]

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