School Website Photography : Lighting the day!
Using “ natural light” for school website photography is often discussed.
For stunning educational images good quality natural light is best. I love shooting this way. It’s works perfectly. Nothing better than a beautiful day, with the sun streaming into the classroom.
However school website photography cannot depend on this.
Pls view some of my School Website Photography
The challenges for Educational Images
Showcasing endless images shot on sunny days is easy. But weather cannot dictate results. Natural light on uk shoots isn’t great. And School photography schedules cannot wait for magic hour. Often I am left working with overcast rainy days. ( especially over the last summer). But who wants flat grey educational images? Much worse, shot with classroom strip lighting.
So regardless of the conditions, I like to add many ” rays of light”.
Magic sun ;-)
To ensure the best results, i bring my own sunny day. Spreading light on all your educational images and adding life to your school website design.
School website design
My School Photography works with you & designers. Adapting light, atmosphere & layout styles to suit all website designs & templates. I have worked with large city academies, independents, Free schools. As well as small rural primaries, colleges & sixth forms. Shooting website & prospectus photography for over 10 years.
I take a commercial advertising approach to your shoot. Ensuring i deliver images, that are equal to high end advertising level budgets. Focusing on lighting, compositions and direction. Using unique Art direction. Creative compositions combined with quality lighting, ensures your images meet these standards.
If you’d like to discuss a new school website project and looking for an experienced website photographer, pls get in touch.
I also shoot for commercial clients such as : Champneys Spa Group, Green People, BBC, IPC, Focus SB, Keeler, Tulchan Textiles, and many others.
If you would like to view my commercial photography site (the link takes you to a separate site).