Corporate & Business Portrait Photographer - London

Portraits of people can take many forms and are used by companies on websites, in annual reports, brochures and marketing materials. The styles range from reportage or documentary photographs to more formal set piece images.

Head and shoulders photography

Head and shoulder pictures look simple and straightforward but can be deceptively hard to get right. Our shots will be properly framed, appropriately lit and uniformly presented if we are shooting more than one person. As the 'bread and butter' of corporate photography these shots serve multiple purposes. Therefore, it's essential they are strong enough to be used again and again. We can take our shots against specified backdrops or use Photoshop to insert different backgrounds and polish out minor imperfections.
Many of our corporate clients use our head and shoulder portraits for their LinkedIn and other social media profiles.
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Brunswick PR
Brunswick, PR
Ophir Energy
Ophir Energy
Douglas is highly personable, interacts well with everyone and puts people at ease in order to capture the best photos.
Law firm client

Employee portrait photography

There are many styles of employee portraits, from colour to black and white, group to individual. We can recommend options that suit different budgets and requirements.
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William Hill, Betting and Gaming
William Hill, Betting and Gaming
Ronald Phillips, Antiques
Ronald Phillips, Antiques
Doug took some great shots of me for promotional purposes. He has a no-nonsense and down to earth approach, which makes him very easy to work with. He has huge knowledge of his field and is an expert in all matters relating to digital photography
Client

Full length photography

We create 'studios' at our client' offices when we shoot full length portraits. We use Photoshop to cut-out selected images so that these can be incorporated into annual reports, websites or marketing materials.
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