So lucky with the Location/Lighting/Weather/Sheep!
Twas a bitterly cold day in late February . . .
I don't think that I will lose any friends by saying that this was not the best area to be working with expensive photo gear, "Don't put that down anywhere you can't see it" was the helpful suggestion of my guide around site!
Do you remember the gales from earlier this year? Well this was one of those crazy windy days, where items that normally remain routed to their location were being catapulted through the air around us. Visually outside, there were guys digging holes and a drilling rig, all security fenced off within the area of the towering properties. Internally, the only work amounted to piping being fitted in corridors and stairwells.
What always makes a huge difference in these circumstances is the workforce, and these guys were great. Nothing was too much trouble and never once was I left feeling that I was in their way or holding up the job, which clearly I was!
Happy client happy marketing
Bottom line . . . job done, images processed and off to the client the next morning, where they were kind enough to acknowledge the arrival in good time and added how great they felt the photographs were.
Creator of untold amounts of imagery produced for some lovely appreciative clients. Fond of good food, good company and enjoying what's out there.