Construction and Industrial photography, location reportage and site work. Real life natural photography shot on live sites in a reportage style.
Construction sites do not stop for photography, so one has to work quickly around ever changing events.
Therefore a photographer who specialises in reportage photography is a good choice.
The photographer should be able to shoot pictures on site in variety of styles.
Most noteworthy natural real life photographs of staff at work are hard to achieve.
Therefore as an experienced press photographer I manage to get the best from any environment.
Working in a range of styled and disciplines from portraits to live action I create a body of work.
That said each image can stand alone.
The press and reportage photographer knows that one shot might be all you get.
Therefore every image delivered to the client is of the highest professional quality.
Therefore the photographer you choose should always has specific skills in the sector.
As a professional construction photographer I can achieve these results through my ability to eb in the right place at the right time.
Pre visualising the spot to get to and anticipating the image before the event occurs.
Working in a reportage style I create photographs for annual reports and most noteworthy for marketing.
Certainly highlighting workers on the site.
Probably the technologies you use and the location.
You can use the construction images on your social media accounts.
Most noteworthy on websites.
Above all in annual reports.
Professional photos will earn you more credibility then photos taken using a smartphone.
For the reason that you need professional quality imagery to promote your business.
You need a professional to capture the moments accurately and edit them to suit your needs.
As with any other business, you need to document and keep track of your job site.
On going site work is required for a library to be used in marketing collateral.
While progress photography adds to the client’s on going archive of jobs, highlighting their qualities to others.
Given enough time on site a great portfolio of work can be produced.
Words in reports describe certain things rather than the visual. The photography should compliment and enhance this.