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By deanelliottphotography, Apr 20 2018 03:23PM
I had the exiting opportunity to work with Future Industrial, a commercial waste management company.
I travelled as far as Scotland to visit one many sites to capture the daily business of what this company does day to day. As well as learning a lot about what they do I managed to capture some really interesting images!
Although spending two weeks away from home was really hard work, I really enjoyed the experience. I also learnt an unbelievable amount about what happens behind the scenes to every day waste we all take for granted, it has to go somewhere and this company takes care of that in the safest, and environmentally friendly, way possible.
By jesselliott, Dec 6 2017 12:10PM
I was commissioned by ABP (Associated British Ports) in Teignmouth, Devon, to capture some images that showed the working life of the dock. After passing through security, receiving a safety briefing and getting kitted out with a hard hat, glasses, gloves, boots and a hi vis jacket (looked the part), I went onto the dock.
I was amongst the machines, cranes and huge ships. I managed to capture some awesome images to represent the working life on the dock and even managed to shoot some aerial shots.
All in a days work for this Devon Photographer! I love shooting weddings and family photo shoots but commerical photography can be very exciting.
By deanelliottphotography, Aug 25 2017 03:17PM
As a keen coffee drinker myself I was delighted to have been invited to capture some photos of this business. Coffeeworks in Exeter are suppliers of coffee machines and equipment to other businesses to serve coffee and other beverages.
Coffee Works Exeter Showroom
I was asked to capture some photos of some of the machines on offer, as well as a group photo. This proved to be of interest, lots of shiny machines, and plenty of freshly pulled coffee
If you’re a business big or small and need a first class service head over to Coffeeworks, a friendly and knowledgeable team!
By deanelliottphotography, Apr 5 2016 09:22AM
When working in small towns, taking shots of shop fronts, its sometimes impossible to avoid unwanted street signs, lamp posts and street lights. These are just a few examples, the list goes on. The Technique I used today I like to call "the side step". When taking your first initial shot, positions yourself where you would like to capture the building and shoot. Once you are happy with this shot then take one step to the left or right. As long as the lamp post isn’t to close to the building the angle will change and therefore changing where the sign appears in your photo. Take the second shot!
In Photoshop you can then use the second photo to cut out the area that has the lamp post present in the first photo. This does sound a little complicated, maybe I will make a video one day.
Take a look at the examples form a commercial shoot for Scott Richards, in Teignmouth.