Corporate photography.

 

Striking business photography can make a huge difference to the way your company or organisation is perceived by customers and staff alike. Creating the right impression with your photography can really add value to your business proposition. I have over 20 years extensive experience and can help you develop your business photography. I'm based in Gloucestershire and although I work mainly in Bristol, Bath, Gloucester and Cheltenham, I'm very happy to travel.

 

 

Timing

Not as long as you'd think

The brief will be discussed beforehand so you can choose the style that most fits your brand. All photography is carried out by me and I’m used to shooting around busy work schedules, as well as making the session as relaxed and enjoyable as possible. Most of my shoots last half a day and that will provide you with over 100 pictures that reflect your business.

Cost

Not as much as you thought

A half day will give most companies enough pictures to make a website, a brochure and loads of social network pictures. All of this will only cost £300, a full day £500 and if you only need me for an hour it's only £135. 

 

What I can do for you

Just a few reasons to call me

     • Photography for advertising and marketing
     • Customised photography for your web site 
     • Product photography for web & brochure
     • Point of purchase displays or packaging
     • Photography for sales presentations
     • Images to showcase your business
     • Updated staff portraits at your location
     • Photography for company events, etc.

Big or small

I love them all

I regularly work for massive companies and tiny ones, whether you're a restaurant or a multi national you'll get my full efforts. For me it's always been about the pictures, I was taught at an early age that you're only as good as your last picture, so I give it my all every time.

Shopkeepers in Wells, Somerset launching a campaign to get their High Street shops online. This PR photo got the clients story into local, regional and trade press, which in turn was picked up by local radio and even Radio 4.

Shopkeepers in Wells, Somerset launching a campaign to get their High Street shops online. This PR photo got the clients story into local, regional and trade press, which in turn was picked up by local radio and even Radio 4.

Press and PR Photography

High quality, interesting photography is an effective way of getting your story into the local and trade press.

Nowadays most newspapers do not have staff Photographers to cover business events, so they will often jump at the chance to publish photos provided to them by the businesses themselves. If there is something of interest happening in your business I can help you to get the story published.

Business stories for the press

Here are a few examples of stories that will interest the press:

Trade awards

Employee charity achievements

Product launch

An employee doing anything interesting in their spare time? Sporting achievements, writing a book, appearing on TV, competition winner.

 

Following an initial chat, I will spend a day with you to shoot the images required. This will probably result in approximately 400 images. After a couple of days editing I will upload the pictures to a password-protected gallery and email you the URL, you can browse, download and share them with your designer. You will own the images so you are free to use them anyway you wish.

The photos will carry on working for you long after the prospectus is published. They can be used in your social media channels, your website, press releases and wall displays.

A full day shooting will only cost £500, this includes all the editing afterwards. Enhanced CRB checked. 

Architectural and Interiors Photography for Gloucestershire and the South West.


Architectural Photography specialising in residential and commercial interiors.

I work with architects, interior designers and developers in Gloucestershire and the south west of England. I’ve shot kitchens, hospitals, showrooms, warehouses, shops, restaurants, and a lot more. I am determined to bring out the very best in your design, construction or property work.

On-location environmental portraits at your office

£135 for the first hour, that's about 10 portraits

I can offer a full range of styles of professional business portrait photography to suit your needs, from head shots, corporate portraits to editorial pictures. Whether you need an individual headshot, business portraits of your whole company, or something less formal, I can either shoot on location or set up a mini studio for you in your office. 

I have extensive experience and can guide you through the process, to make sure you get exactly the shots you need. Unlike other photographers I don’t believe in a one size fits all approach, I offer truly bespoke solutions. You can review the photos as I shoot so everyone is happy before I leave.

 

Photography Fee Structure

To keep things nice and simple I just charge for my time, no complicated licence or usage fees.


First hour £135

Subsequent hours £80

Half day £300

Full day £500


Mileage charged at £0.45ppm from Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL6 0NP

You will receive the edited pictures on a permanent password protected web gallery from where you can share and download the high resolution files.

 

Any assignment within the boundaries of this map would cost no more than and probably less: 

One hour £160 

Two hours £240

Serving the Gloucestershire and the South West

 

I'm based in Nailsworth midway between Bath and Cheltenham. This puts me in a great spot to cover the South West and the Midlands. Travel is charged at £0.45 per mile.

randall.clint@gmail.com

office (01453) 833 848

mobile (07810) 638 175

 
 
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About Photographer Clint Randall

 

 

Photographer and owner of Pixel PR Photography Clint Randall

Photographer and owner of Pixel PR Photography Clint Randall

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Here’s me with my first proper camera

a Pentax ME Super 35mm, already a camera nerd at 14.

My dad’s studio back in the 1970’s.

My dad’s studio back in the 1970’s.

I’ve always been interested in Photography, as I kid I would spend most of my pocket money on film and processing. Back then it was so expensive that I used to write down the camera settings of every photo I took and then compare the results when the prints came back from the lab. It cemented the basics of aperture and shutter speeds in my head long before secondary school.

I tried a bit of war photography in the 1990’s in the former Yugoslavia.

I tried a bit of war photography in the 1990’s in the former Yugoslavia.

When I was 17 I got a job as a Trainee Photojournalist with the Oxford Journal. They sent me to Sheffield to study Photojournalism a couple of moths at a time for 3 years. I passed with distinction in 1990.

I stuck with press photography for 22 years and I had a ball, I got to meet some extraordinary people and experience things that I would never had experienced in any other job.

Princess Diana in her happier days, I photographed her several times, but always invited, I never did the paparazzi thing.

Princess Diana in her happier days, I photographed her several times, but always invited, I never did the paparazzi thing.

Once again my old buddy Mark and I went off seeking adventure riding dirt bikes from Hanoi to Saigon along the Ho Chi Minh Trail.

Once again my old buddy Mark and I went off seeking adventure riding dirt bikes from Hanoi to Saigon along the Ho Chi Minh Trail.

Here’s me as a bit of a poser shortly after qualifying.

Here’s me as a bit of a poser shortly after qualifying.

My war photography career was short lived, I got very scared and decided it wasn’t for me.

My war photography career was short lived, I got very scared and decided it wasn’t for me.

I got to meet some interesting people, sadly some turned out to be bad.

I got to meet some interesting people, sadly some turned out to be bad.

This was for a feature on the training of Police Officers in Los Angeles.

This was for a feature on the training of Police Officers in Los Angeles.

I stayed in Journalism for 22 years and loved it. But the internet and the iPhone pretty much killed it off for me. So I left my last paper, the Western Daily Press and set up Pixel in 2009.
 

In my spare time I like going to cool places on my motorbike. This is me and my mate Mark at Everest base camp.

In my spare time I like going to cool places on my motorbike. This is me and my mate Mark at Everest base camp.

Here are some of the lovely things my clients have said about my work. My reputation is very important to me and I work tirelessly to keep my customers happy.

 

  • Just to say many thanks for covering the IoD awards last week – really  great photos once again! Simon Face Regional | Director of the Institute of Directors.

  • The photos are absolutely BRILLIANT!!! Exactly what we wanted, thank you so much. Everyone thought they were wonderful and all commented on how good you were, and how you made everyone feel at ease when photographing! | Emily Malins, Senior Project Manager, Willis Newson

  • You always manage to capture the story behind the pictures so well. One of the best photographers I’ve worked with. A superb picture taker and excellent at getting people in the right place at the right time too! Thank you.  Steve Hayes, PR and External Communications Officer, Housing & Care 21

  • Absolutely fabulous photos!  Going to keep your name in mind for the future if that's okay? 
    Jenny Hopkins | CEO, Gloucestershire Deaf Association.

  • These are just fabulous. Thanks Clint! Emma Smith | Public Relations and Marketing Manager at Hartpury College.

  • Thanks v much Clint! Really great pics and can’t believe how well the on-stage ones have turned out, given the lighting issues! Everyone v pleased and have been sharing on twitter and facebook today. Alison Warren | Digital Communications Specialist | Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

  • Hi Clint, They are brilliant, thanks! It was fantastic to work with you yesterday. Erin Dean | South West regional media officer Diabetes UK.

  • Excellent as always thanks Clint! Jon Hall | Chief Fire Officer | Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue.

  • Many thanks for these, there are some great shots here. Lynda Heath | Managing Director at Ash Communications

  • These are fab! Very many thanks Clint. Christine Kennedy | Creative Project Director | Kava Communications.

  • Thanks Clint, these look amazing! Charlotte Merryfield | Senior Communications Officer at Gloucestershire County Council.

  • Hi Clint, They look fabulous! Thank you… Beth Whittaker | Director | Viva Communications Limited.

  • Just wanted to pass on the praise we have received from local media on the recent highways photos you took for us. Thanks very much! Hayley Clemmens | Senior Communications Officer. 

    Wow I love the pics! Thanks. Michael Wilkinson | Homepage Editor, The Telegraph and Director of Revolution Arts.

  • Thanks so much for those. A very rapid and efficient service! I will circulate to everyone concerned. Thanks again. Mark Wilkins | Mark Wilkins Proprietor, Equity Consulting.