Political portrait of Jacob Rees-Moog. Portraits are often shot on location for example this set of images of Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Moog was shot in Somerset for The Daily Telegraph political interview article.
When commissioned to photograph someone who is in a prominent position in public life for an interview you have to be able to supply a full set of images to fulfil the brief. This political portrait of Jacob Rees-Moog ais part of the set shot for publication and were all created during only 1 hour on the shoot.
From relaxed images of Jacob Rees-Mogg at home with children to more formal images of him in classical set up’s all were then wired to the national newspaper publication within another 30 minutes.
Speed and quality of work are paramount and many years of professional experience in this discipline allows me to supply any client with iconic images in a very short space of time.
The article in the paper and online starts with the words “I really must start keeping a diary. We live in such remarkable times, my grandchildren are bound to ask me about them” and was written by
It’s always great to have options when shooting portraits, options for the background that is.
the house was great old building in Somerset and had many locations to achieve this.
We spent about 30 min utes taking a variety of images around the place, using the old library, stone work doorways and large dining hall.
My favourite shot is the one I post here and I thin the alternative black and white toned version works well, portraits always seem to carry more gravitas in black and white.