For those eagle-eyed dpix Creative Photography blog readers among you, we’re sure you’ve probably noticed that we haven’t posted an update for a while.
We recently worked with a luxury care home provider in Stratford-upon-Avon, as part of a nationwide campaign they were working on to promote their brand.
As part of the project, we were enlisted to source and photograph models at one of the company’s care homes. Our work also involved helping the models select the right outfits to wear, as well as capturing them in various different poses and rooms, including the lobby, dining room and even, enjoying a spot of afternoon tea.
The photographs are currently featured on the care home provider’s website and are also being used across their marketing collateral too.
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Project: Photographing coffins in the studio and on-site
Specialism: Product photography
Photographer: Darren Shipman
One of our clients is a very large and established funeral business. Not only do they employ funeral directors, they also manufacturer coffins.
We’ve worked with them both on-site up North at their factory and in our Stoke Prior-based studio, where we often photograph any new coffins they’re looking to showcase. Here’s one of our images, which is on the front cover of one of their client brochures:
So, there you have it, again! We have been busy bees, haven’t we?! And the projects we’ve just focused on are only the tip of the iceberg. If you have any questions or would like to discuss your photography requirements with us, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org, 01527 874819, 07973 401819 or by completing our short online form.
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