Now that I have sorted out my Dorset photographer page I am going to post a series of 12 images from my construction product photography page.
I want to have a bit of focus on one aspect of my commercial photography work, which is construction product photography.
This is one of my specialisms which I have written about many times before.
Now for those of you who are new to me and/ or my photography blog a quick refresh.
- I am professionally qualified in photography - LBIPP.
- I am professionally qualified in construction - MCIOB.
- I have over 30 years experience working in the construction industry.
- I have over 30 years active experience in photography.
So construction photography is my thing.
I also photograph construction sites, although there is not much demand for this to be honest.
There is however plenty of demand for the photographing of products that have been supplied and fitted on construction sites.
And quite often these photographs have to be taken immediately after, and sometimes during installation. This is where the live construction site photography thing comes in – on some projects once something has been fitted there is never an opportunity to gain access to photograph a product. A hospital ward is such an example where product photography is done just before practical completion.
And this is what I am going to talk about for the next 12 days. Nothing else.
And by the way, I also photograph recently completed buildings, be they new buildings or buildings that have been extended, refurbished or completely overhauled.
I hope that the work that I am publishing and writing about in the next 12 days encourages you to make contact with me and start a discussion about your construction product photography requirement. Or anything construction photography related to be honest.
And if you do need something photographing on a construction site please ensure that you get in touch with me nice and early so we can plan the work together – successful planning is essential to ensure that a photography shoot on a live construction site goes smoothly.
Once I have completed this series of posts I will be moving onto something completely different which I am looking forward to doing so so much it is quite frankly ridiculous.
Rick McEvoy Photography