Architectural photography in the UK

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Architectural photography in the UK

Postby Inprintimaging » Sun Feb 01, 2009 3:58 pm

Architectural photography in the UK (everyone else welcome to look also).

In Print Imaging goes live - photographic services for architects, property investors, developers, estate agents, hotels and other businesses seeking commercial, construction and architectural photography.

2009 sees the launch of "In Print Imaging", a new commercial and architectural photography business, based in the North West of England. "In Print Imaging" is the trading name of Peter, a St Helens based photographer specialising in architecture, construction and commercial photography.

Peter brings several years of experience to the business, which has been specifically tailored to meet the needs of the business client. He states

"The quality and high visual impact of the images is paramount, along with excellent client service. This is achieved this through careful consultation with its clients at the brief stage in order to accurately assess their needs and determine the best way to fulfil them".

In Print Imaging operates a dedicated website, optimised for the benefit of the business user. In addition to the usual portfolio and contact details, also features a secure online proof book system to enable clients to review their images once the shoot has been completed, thereby allowing the client to review their photographs on a web browser at their leisure. The system also features download technology enabling the client to directly download high resolution files direct to their computer, thereby streamlining the fulfilment process by eliminating the need to deliver files by courier. Peter said:

"The system has been put in place specifically to cater for the needs of busy professionals who value flexibility and fast delivery, an approach that is not widely utilised by other photographers in the industry as yet. It is also possible to delegate the file handling to anyone else with an e-mail address, for example if the client wanted to transfer their images directly to their graphic or web designers."

The obvious uses of architectural and commercial photography such as company brochures, annual reports, marketing and publicity all apply, however in addition Peter also suggests other uses such as project progress recording and documentation, lighting of architectural models and on a simple level, prints of the organisations buildings, people and equipment for decoration of their offices.

It is intended that these services should be of benefit to a wide range of professionals and businesses. In addition to being relevant to architects and architects studios, Peter said

"The service can be of benefit to anyone seeking photography with high visual impact to publicise their business. The phrases "first impressions" and "images speak louder than words" have extra resonance at a time when businesses need to promote themselves effectively. Eye catching graphics have always been a useful tool for promotion. Construction companies, property developers and investors, surveyors, estate agents, hotels, tourist and heritage attractions are among the various types of organisation which can benefit from the service".

In Print Imaging is based in the North West of England and services clients throughout the UK. Further information including examples of Peter's work can be found online and a printed portfolio is also available for viewing upon request.

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