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Spotting bogus enquiries

Quote Me Happy I get a fair number of enquiries through the website, since I am ranking pretty well on Google. But there's always a few that are just phishing enquiries from other photographers trying to find out more about my pricing and licensing structure. Heck, I might have been tempted to do the same if […]

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Private Hospital Photography

Photographing Private Hospitals A recent commission took me to a private healthcare hospital in Nottingham. The brief was to create images that conveyed a dynamic and fully equipped private hospital, showing staff that were friendly, welcoming and that demonstrated professionalism and clinical excellence. My approach was to keep the shoot clean and simple. I chose a […]

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The importance of good photography - via Admiral PR

The Importance of Good Photography | Admiral PR Thanks for stopping back and checking out the latest news from Greg Harding Photography. This week we've invited top specialist PR and marketing firm Admiral into the guest chair. Oliver Chesher, director of Admiral PR and Marketing: The importance of good photography, a PR perspective. I’ve got […]

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Going for Gold

Special Olympic Photography Occasionally on my travels as a commercial photographer, I get the privilege to meet and photograph some great people. On this particular day I was shooting some prospectus images for a large University when I was introduced to Special Olympic gymnast - Omar Haddad. This guy was full of beans and definitely […]

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Track testing photography

Track testing photographer One of my photography projects over the last few months was to shoot a series of images for GT Radial at a tyre track testing day at MIRA in Nuneaton.  MIRA is short for; Motor Industry Research Association and was founded in 1946 and to this day the facility is a highly secure […]

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Engineering Photography

Industrial Engineering Photographer I think its fair to say that most little boys are fascinated with powerful engines, arch wielding kits and heavy industrial environments. A recent photography commission for a Manchester based engineering company CPM, saw a return of these childhood fantasies, but this time I had a camera with me. CPM are a long standing engineering/industrial company […]

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Words vs Pictures

Marketing Communications guru : Suzanne Stolberg is in the guest blogging chair. Witty Words or Pretty Pictures? In the eight years I’ve worked with Greg on many different projects, we’ve often debated whether marketing vehicles such as websites, brochures, leaflets, reports and advertisements should be image-led or word-led. His mantra has always been that a […]

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Its all about presentation

Presenting your portfolio to clients I was recently invited to present a portfolio of work to the University of Lincoln in an effort to obtain a long term University photography commission. After being interviewed  alongside 5 other hopefuls, I was fortunate enough to be selected as their official photographer. Awesome! It's always a real boost […]

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Winter track photography

Winter photographer ready for action Following my previous post of preparing to photograph in cold conditions. One of the biggest challenges I found of photographing in a snowy location was getting around the various snow and ice circuits; as anything away from the driving track was pretty deep snow. This required the use of snow shoes […]

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