The Radley House Partnership – Chartered Architects gave me a commission; to take architectural photographs of one of their projects at the Mission Hall, the project scope was to convert a village hall into a residential property. I was given a number of photographs of their building design for integrating a modern living accommodation with a nineteenth-century building, the photographs were used as a guideline for the type photographs they required. My photographs were to be used for publicity for the Radley House Partnership, so they needed to be of the highest quality
- The photo-shoot at the Mission Hall went well and captured all of the photographs that my client required and more, the day that I took the photographs it was sunny so had used ND Filters on some of the photographs to reduce the light. I processed the photographs and the put them on online for my client to review, they approved all of my photographs
- The final photographs were delivered to my client by WeTransfer, only one last minute problem, my client contact was on holiday, I received on email out of office autoreply email, so called up the clients office to inform them that photographs were waiting to be downloaded.
- The client reviewed the final photographs and they were pleased with the completed photo shoot, as the photrographs were going to be used to marketb the practice