Almost anything can work as the background to a portrait, provided that background is properly blurred to emphasis the person in the photo. The only thing that matters is consistency; if you are having several people photographed, make sure the background is the same, as this looks great on your website.
Just finished a job by regents canal, and I’m off to the Institute of Directors this afternoon. In the meantime I’ve found the perfect spot to keep cool in the heat; the roof garden of the Queen Elizabeth Hall. Just the hint of a breeze and the scent of herbs …
Normally I would be at Glastonbury this week, but this is its year off so I’ll be working in London instead. These are the sorts of things that I’m lucky enough to see and photograph when I’m there, in this case in 2015.
Sometimes a job has more unusual requirements. At Belvedere Wharf I got to watch archery, and chase dune buggies around a dusty construction site. It's not often I need a hard hat when taking pictures.
The Employee Ownership Association holds an annual commons dinner in the magnificent setting of the members dining room at the House of Commons. They also made sure that they got some great pictures of a packed room and a rapt audience. The views over the river from this side of HOC are great; and the food isn't bad either.
Once the business of the day is over, a great drinks reception or dinner can put the seal on a great day for your delegates. The experience will help ensure that they come back again next year. Great images are the perfect tool for attracting new delegates for next year's conference. Book me for your conference photography to make sure that next time you have these images that matter.
My first encounter with Diane Abbot at this years FEPS & Fabian Society summer conference.
There”s been a warm welcome to everyone attending today’s summer conference
You do everything to make sure your conference delegates get the best experience from their visit to your conference. My conference photography will ensure sure anyone unlucky enough not to be there can see what they missed. That should mean a few extra bookings next year.
With Twitter you can quickly and briefly keep your audience up to date with your event. With a few we’ll chosen images from your conference photographer of course.