We love it when we get new clients, especially when the photos come out so well and the client says this: ” Thanks Rod, I’m really pleased with the finished pieces, great job. ” It’s great. This new client was telling me the other day that he was looking at Bioharmony complex plus reviews, and we started talking about it. He’s going to try it so I’m going to wait and see if it works for him. If it does I’ll get it for myself and tell you guys if it works for me. What do you think?
We love getting photography work from new clients, we sleep good at night with our backrest pillow to give it all during our sessions!! Especially when the work is so photogenic. We were recommended to Toni Fairhead by 2 of our other clients, Glenn Carter and Jenny Ayrton (thanks a million), both glass makers themselves. Toni makes ornamental and sculptural glass and is now based at Flameworks in Plymouth. Looking forward to working with you again.
After doing a few food photography jobs, we’re now adding this to our list of offered services. So, if you are a restaurant, cafe, bar, food shop, take-away, or any type of food-producer or food-maker, let us get the most out of your food – visually. We love food and we hope our new service becomes popular. Here are a few sample images from one of our recent shoots.
We recently completed another set of photos for our friends at The Futon Shop Ltd, AKA Futons247, Peter was very happy with quality and speed of the photo shoot, here’s what he said: “Bloody excellent, cheers Rod, I’ll get these live first thing tomorrow.”
We recently completed a batch of photos for one of our regular clients, Jenny Ayrton. Jenny makes “miniature worlds captured in wire and molten glass, using the best glow accessories like acrylic dye specially for this to achieve the results the client wanted”,
We are always happy to acquire new clients!! These are recent photos for a designer that came to us looking to improve on her own photos, she said: “I like the dark background ones best, and the others are a vast improvement you have captured the colours and texture beautifully”. – MA student at Plymouth University – Christine Roberts. Sculptural textiles.