St. George’s, Leicester
Photography for a sales brochure and advertising materials
We’re specialist commercial property and architectural photographers, and one of our clients recently asked us to photograph a large Leicester buildings complex.
They needed the photos to put together a new commercial property brochure. Our internal and external photographs are used for illustrating a brochure they were designing for the entire site.
The St George’s site
The site is often locally known simply as the ‘Blue Tower’ and is something of a landmark building in the city of Leicester. It’s one of those buildings that people love and hate, with its distinctive blue colour and prominent position overlooking the city centre.
It’s no longer the bright blue it was originally painted a few years ago. Even so, it’s difficult to miss when coming out of Leicester railway station.
Our client arranged primary access for us to the site. We then worked with individual tenants and leaseholders for access to specific locations. If needed we can also take some photos of the locality, showing amenities and setting context.
Keith Cooper completed all of the internal photography in the course of a single visit. That said, we’re happy to make multiple visits when needed.
Number of photos supplied
We’re happy to produce a large set of images for projects like this. The photos shown here should give a feel for the range and style of pictures we created.
All of the images were supplied as edited colour corrected photos, at sufficient resolution for any web or print needs.
Our standard fees include basic editing and correction, so you should just be able to use them.
We know that a consistent visual message and style is important, so work carefully with client’s agencies and graphic designers.
Photos often need cropping to fit publications, which is easier with the high resolution images we supply.
In this sort of engagement we won’t specifically limit the number of photos available – you’ll get what you need.