This professional headshot photography brief was to photograph and edit 30 Human Rights Lawyers in Manchester, each person needed 2 different styles of image. Aside from this I was to cover a meeting on the day and to photograph the new premises inside and out. All in a days Work All this professional headshot photography was done in one day. So if you need a new professional look for your website please get in touch. With proper planning you would be surprised just how much can be achieved in one day. My rate for this job was £270. HERE is their website. View more for our blog
Just recently a Community/Methodist building in Manchester called The Salt Cellar contacted me regarding architectural photography. It’s a great architectural building that they are trying to make the most of, hence some professional architectural images. Mixing Daylight and Flash Photography To show off the building to its best I used a mix of the available daylight and some powerful battery flash units. This is a professional technique that is often used when shooting architectural photography. Some Lovely Feedback It is our absolute pleasure to write this recommendation for Tim Simpson and TSP Studios. Tim came to the Salt Cellar with the challenge of capturing not only our building and facilities, but our ethos and values. After our initial briefing, just a few hours on site and the reprographic work completed in the studio, Tim presented the Salt Cellar with a fabulous portfolio of stunning images. We thoroughly enjoyed working with Tim, and came to know him as a truly creative asset with extensive photography experience. He is honest, dependable, and incredibly hard-working. Beyond that, he is an impressive problem solver who seems always able to address tricky requests with strategy and confidence. Tim is someone who is inspired by challenges, […]
I’ve had the please recently of photographing a few times in the various Vets4Pets, Leeds. as ever with these things you have to be swift, you don’t get the luxury of time and working with models like you would on an advertising shoot. The vets were great though and really got into the spirit of things, they really got what the finished image would look like and did great job of posing with the animals. it was good to see behind the scenes too, a real professional set up.