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STREETPHOTO.LONDON

London, Kingston upon Thames

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Providing our customers with a personalised photoshoot in Central London. Update your social media or marketing materials with naturalistic photography taken in the real world.

The idea is that our results be authentic, but kind to our subjects.

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26 April 2019

Tony is an amazing photographer! Very well experienced! He has a huge amount of attention to detail! A perfectionist with his work!
I can't recommend him enough!

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Firstly taking time to find out what the end user needs and what the client likes. Then it's all about the light and making the subject feel comfortable. Some people love having the picture taken, most don't. At least not at first. Once the first few shots are looking ok, it's easier to relax. Most people actually enjoy it by the end (really).

Well I'd say it's about getting to know them and their needs and requirements. Style is a lot to do with it too. Some like like casual, some more formal and some mix it up a bit. It's not about what I like it's about getting the best for the client in the given time and space. Something memorable, something enduring and hopefully a lot of fun.

It's a great feeling when completing a good photoshoot. There's the knowledge (between all concerned) that the shots tick a lot of boxes (and I know that they will be even happier when I've had a chance to play with the images in Adobe Lightroom).

I started out as a Press and PR photographer many years ago and have captured lots of the good and the great, mostly in London. I also worked in China for a few years and for Agencies such as Ogilvy. In the end my dream is to spend as much time as possible working outside with the fabulous people here in London.

I'm told that I put people at their ease. I get repeat business from people who have had a lot of problems with other photographers. I don't say a lot if I don't have to. I don't boss people about or get them to do anything they are not comfortable with. I show the client how things are shaping up by reviewing photos on the camera. We discuss what works (or not) and build it up. Deleting any shots that don't please. All that's left are the winners.

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