Not all of our photography is undertaken in our own Southernhay studio in central, Exeter; sometimes we nip across the road and shoot on other people’s places. This was the case recently when we visited Begbies Traynor to photograph three of the team using their offices as a backdrop.
Working to the company’s defined brand guidelines an impromptu studio was set up in the board room melding ambient daylight with speedlights firing through full studio modifiers. This setup was agile enough not to be overly intrusive but still offered a good quality of light.
As with full studio shoots the photography was tethered meaning that initial previews were immediately available to discuss with each sitter. This working practice is a good inclusive system that allows the sitters to be part of the process rather than being “done onto”.
Subsequently a small selection of images were made available for final selection and preparation via an online gallery.