A Large Group Portrait can pose a number of problems for the Professional Photographer especially when space is limited. These were shot for a Quality World Editorial at their Central London conference room, originally the idea was to use a white scooped background, but Marcus Harvey felt there was not enough width to the location studio space.
The summer holidays are over and the Portrait work is starting to pick up and the Photographer is looking to pick up some new clients in and around London, possibly near you, so please do get in contact for a competitive and professional Photographic Portrait Service…
It was a lovely drive in the sun yesterday from London, through the the heart of the lovely Cambridge Countryside in order to shoot some Portrait Photography of Mrs Eileen Webster. Eileen, a sprightly 97 year old, was one of the first female weather forecasters in the W.A.A.F, ( Women’s Auxiliary Air Force), and as such was involved with the weather predictions for the D Day Landings in 1944.
Here we have a quick turnaround Portrait commission shot at the beginning of this week of the management team at TPG in Harrow, London. As we were shooting on location at their HQ and not in a studio with an infinity cove, I was required to Photograph three groups of individuals and retouch them into a single Group Portrait.
I have only just recently been made aware of this Photographic Project by Laurent Kronenthal, I think it’s a most wonderful set of images that document a past vision of future living and the people that presently populate this future-past environment. The portraits are sublime and act as the memory within this ‘new-world’, their stature dwarfed by the architectural ideology of what the future was to behold.