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Industrial photography is a must-have for businesses to communicate and showcase their industrial process, machinery and techniques. These photographs are necessary for printed publications and advertising methods, social media and their websites. With industrial photography, you need to effectively communicate everything in the picture in a second. We have a great eye for detail in this field, and have provided both photography and videography for both automated machines and industrial machinery, in engineering environments.
Photography is worth a million words. There is no exception to good photography on both websites, and printed brochures for marketing purposes. Industrial photography is a specialised field, and we can produce images for both your print and online campaign. These images when laid out on commercial advertising material like a brochure or a PowerPoint presentation, will tell the story of the process in full detail. It’s also important to note that industrial photography is vital for PDF specification files, and advertising on platforms like LinkedIn. Bad photography will actually damage your company’s image. It is that important.
We provide high-quality photography on-site, all shot and post-produced in-house using high performance and industry leading technology, equipment and software. This allows us to ensure the imagery perfectly meets your specification and expectations. Our photography can be and has been used for a variety of purposes including websites, social media, advertising, promotion and e-commerce. Our equipment is fully insured, and we are covered by public liability insurance.
As all our work is bespoke and tailored to suit your needs and vision our pricing is reflected accordingly. Photography prices start from £400.
Licenced Drone Pilot for Aerial Photography.
We have a PfCO (permission for commercial operations) from the CAA for aerial photography and videography. Aerial photography can be provided for your industrial premises, and we are legally required to do a pre-site risk assessment. We’ll need address details such as a post code, and permission from the building/ land owner that we can take off and land from that point.