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COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER IN LIVERPOOL.

A creative corporate and commercial photographer based in Liverpool in the North West of England.
PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Liverpool Photographer

Creating dynamic and eye-catching imagery, Fotopia is a client-friendly, service-oriented business and believes that great creativity is often the result of a team effort achieved by working closely with you, the client.

Here are just some of the photography services that I offer:

Commercial Photography in Liverpool and Beyond

I work as a corporate commercial photographer throughout the North-West, covering Liverpool, Wirral, Chester, Manchester and the general Merseyside, Cheshire and Lancashire areas. My work frequently takes me further afield to, for example, Leeds, London, Birmingham, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.  The photographs I produce are used by my clients for a huge variety of uses in both print and on the web. These images are widely used in print for leaflets, brochures, newsletters and magazines. They are also, of course, used on business’s websites and social media (Twitter/Facebook/LinkedIn etc.) The companies I work for use the photographs for both external, public targeted and internal communications via company newsletters or marketing emails etc. These professional quality images will engage your audience. 

Architectural Photography

My architectural photography of interiors and exteriors is used by architects, property agents, property owners, builders, developers and design agencies and I can work with you on all aspects of the photoshoot from initial site inspection, briefing with the client and photo shoot through to editing and post-production, providing high-resolution photos to be used across all media. 

Industrial Photography

The dynamic world of  manufacturing and engineering requires dynamic images. 

Professional industrial photography of products, processes and people can enhance your corporate workplace profile. I’m very used to working in conditions that require PPE and enjoy learning about the processes involved to help me develop creative ideas to assist in capturing machinery being used in a realistic, yet exciting manner.

Corporate Event and Conference Photography

I find corporate events fascinating, with each one having its own unique identity.  

I am frequently asked to photograph corporate events and capturing the identity is always at the forefront of my mind. These events can include conferences, seminars, symposia, staff training & team-building days, client networking and even social parties. I produce professional corporate event photography of speakers, delegates, guests and staff in a natural, editorial style that requires me to be unobtrusive and subtle in my approach.

My aim is always to capture the atmosphere of the event and portray what took place in an interesting and eye catching way.  My clients often use these kind of images to market the same event in a different city or at another date in the future.

Corporate Portrait photography

Professional corporate portrait photography needn’t be a stuffy or formal as it sounds! 

Visually, our tastes are getting more and more sophisticated and your customers expect to see a professional staff headshot on your company webpage – this is your team’s “online handshake” to the rest of the world. Public image is important and your clients need to have confidence in your business. With this in mind, customers love to know who they are working with and will often look at the staff company page. I can produce staff photographs taken against a white background – I have a portable studio, just for this purpose, but my creativity really gets flowing when I am let loose in the wild. Well, when I say “in the wild”, I mean, of course, your premises!

Public Relations PR Photography

Here’s a photography cliche for you … “A picture is worth a thousand words.”

And this is never truer than when applied to professional PR photography. Whether it be local newspapers or a trade magazine, they receive numerous press releases on a daily basis. The key is to make yours stand out from the crowd, to improve the chances of it actually being published. Of course, in the modern day of social media, many PR shots are self-published on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, but they still need to stand out to be noticed, to get the retweets and likes we all crave. It is always my aim to try and make eye catching photos of something evan as simple as a handshake or a ribbon cut.