Part-time professional (paid work)
Some of the client’s and events we have covered.
Couture Fashion week 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015, London Marathon, London Pride, Boris Johnston, London Olympics, The Barfly, GMR, Two Little Boys, Essex Events, Afro Model Awards, London fashion Week 2013, 2014 & 2015, Hot Vox, Live nation, Dee Vesali fashion, 2 Faced Designs, Games Expo 2013 and we have just been commissioned to attend the Cannes (France) fashion and film festival that will take place in May 2015 and many more
Some background information
For many years we were using 35mm & medium format film cameras for the weddings and family industry and in 2003 we were contacted and asked to test some of the first professional digital cameras from Canon. Shortly after we started testing the digital cameras we noticed that we could start pushing the boundaries further in the experimentation of the use of filters and testing different settings that we had not used before on our film camera.
We had the pleasure in testing this new technology for 6 months and we were so impressed with digital and love the fact that we could see the image as soon as the picture was taken that we decided 6 months later to upgrade and change all our existing stock to digital. Within months of going fully digital we noticed that we were able to take on more work as there was no longer any need to develop the prints and this would allow us to deliver the final prints on average of 2 weeks quicker and this also allowed us to pass on the savings to our new customers.
Since then we have never looked back and glad of the digital revolution and even now things are getting better and better. The average cost saving since digital is around 20% compared to film.
When digital was first announced there were allot of photographers that had doubts that this would last or be a good thing for the photography industry as many believed that digital would not be as good as film.
Most were wrong and now many say they are glad they were wrong, who said that technology was a bad thing?