Is stock imagery engaging your online audience?

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Is stock imagery engaging your online audience?

Capturing the attention of your ideal client base with high impact visuals is undoubtedly one of the key objectives within your digital marketing strategy.  

We’ve written this blog to address the fundamental differences in relation to the stock imagery vs. custom photography dichotomy, which, let’s face it, most SME’s will come up against in the early years between launching their brand and growing their business.

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Gear. Knowing What, Where and When!

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Gear. Knowing What, Where and When!

There is no denying the fact, we are absolute camera and tech junkies, we love it. Faster lenses, faster focus, faster motor drives.... we know and read about it all and, given the opportunity we will use the very best equipment to produce the best results for our customers.

 

Photography, after all, is all about capturing the moment. 

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I Said Never... Never Say Never!

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I Said Never... Never Say Never!

So far so good, I'm feeling positive. 18 miles in over 4 runs. I mean, how hard can this possibly be? I think I'm about to find out... and things could turn sour real quick. 

 

So here we go; 26 miles I shall conquer you. Wish me luck and, lets hope these new kicks live up to their name and make me feel like I'm running 'On Cloud(s)' for the duration! Naturally, they have been paparazzi'd to within an inch of their life before they hit the road, and no doubt there will be some more fun progress photos and videos along the way

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Back to Where It All Began | Adventure Photography

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Back to Where It All Began | Adventure Photography

At the start of a new year, when eagerly planning 2018’s adventures I thought it timely to look back on the biggest photo expedition of last year.

Enter.... Iceland, the Ring Road edition! The challenge, to complete the ring road in 7 days while hitting up as many of these photo stops as possible

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Sony A7rII vs Water Feature. Sink or Swim?

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Sony A7rII vs Water Feature. Sink or Swim?

Behind every photo there is a story. I took this one to illustrate a somewhat traumatic photographers tale. This tiny Sony RX100 packs a big punch, it is our 'point and shoot 'of choice and, is amazing to use behind the scenes or as a second camera on holiday BUT at the end of the day it just isn't quite the same as my workhorse A7rII.

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