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BLack and white staff photograph

Thinking of Black and White Corporate Photography for Your Company Website?

Thinking of Black and White Corporate Photography for Your Company Website? Why you should consider black and white photography for your company website… The history of black and white film photography Black and white film was first developed by Joseph Niepce in 1826 and still made and used widely today, it’s reliable, detailed and still...
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Photograph of manager at Gumtree in London

Learning Your Craft is the Key to Great Photography

Learning Your Craft is the Key to Great Photography The benefit of manual focus lenses When I rub shoulders at press conferences and events with other professional photographers, they often look at me askance when they see me using manual focus lenses. Their attitude is one of why bother when modern day autofocus is so...
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PR Photograph - portraits of two new recruits

London Corporate Portraits for PR & Website

London Corporate Portraits for PR & Website Piranha was commissioned to take a mix of corporate portraits for the consultancy Boldt Partners.  Boldt is a pan European consultancy specialising in corporate communications and advisory consultancies.  The company are currently opening a new London office and have appointed a number of new partners. Individual and Team...
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Staff photography in London for new website

Staff Photography for Company Website

Staff Photography for Company Website Piranha Photography was commissioned for a number of photo-shoots to capture the staff of this PR firm in their London offices, the pictures were for use on their new website. The team is large and operates across the globe. The photography brief The brief was to include an interesting background...
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The Nitty Gritty of a Corporate Photo Shoot 1

The Nitty Gritty of a Corporate Photo Shoot

The Nitty Gritty of a Corporate Photo Shoot Photography of new CEO of Kingfisher Group at B&Q for The Times Newspaper Like a lot of corporate photography, getting the right image, on time, within the budget is always much harder than it looks. The image above looks deceptively simple, it shows a new CEO (Chief...
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Directors photographed with social distancing during corporate photo shoot

Corporate Photography with Social Distancing

Corporate Photography with Social Distancing Last week, Douglas was commissioned for a corporate photo shoot of the board members of the Business Growth Fund (BGF) during an away day at Great Fosters Hotel, an attractive location on the edge of London. Although Douglas has photographed countless similar board meetings, we now ensure that we follow...
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Photography for TV Production company in London

TV Production Company Photographer – The Many Uses of Executive Team Photography

TV Production Company Photographer – The Many Uses of Executive Team Photography The global entertainment company – Fremantle create, produce and distribute content across the world.  Their TV shows range from dramas, entertainment to factual and lifestyle. The British production arm of global entertainment group is made up of a number of labels, producing television...
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An Inspirational Short Film About a Girls School in Afghanistan

An Inspirational Short Film About a Girls School in Afghanistan What Tomorrow Brings There has never been a school for girls in the village of Deh Subz, Afghanistan. Afghan-American Razia Jan set out to change that. In 2009, despite pressure to educate boys and threats to ruin the school, the Zabuli Education Center opened a...
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Staff Photography for Private Equity Company 3

Staff Photography for Private Equity Company

Staff Photography for Private Equity Company Piranha Photography is regularly commissioned for staff photography of this private equity company. Directors and staff members have their photographs taken for use on the website and else where for marketing materials.
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