Published on Tue Sep 19, 2017 by David Colbran

As a photographer, it's always great to see my images published in an editorial context. So I was really pleased when a regular client; Liverpool John Moores University asked me to help out with some editorial photography for a forthcoming book publication about the history of the institution. As a large organisation, they already had a large photo library to work with, re-licencing old images, but they had quite a few photographic gaps in terms of buildings and details that needed shooting. I worked with the authors to finalise a shoot list and nailed down the exact locations of what they needed.

It was really interesting few days work - scouting the locations and then waiting for the right weather at the right time of day for the final photography.

The book - The Making of a Modern University - was recently published and I was lucky enough to receive a copy, so below are some tear sheets, highlighting my work.

Editorial photographer Liverpool based case study published images

Commercial photographer Liverpool based shows examples of published work

Architectural details photographer published in book

Liverpool based photographer book commission case study

Editorial photography examples from published book

Also my work regularly appears in their inhouse magazine called 'Think' here a couple of photographs from the most recent edition.

Tear sheets from published magazine by Liverpool John Moores University

Published Liverpool photographer - some more examples

Of course if you are in the process of putting together a publication, like a book or a magazine and need some up to date photography commissioned, don't hesitate to give me a call. While I am based in central Liverpool, I work across Merseyside and the North-West.

 

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Author: David Colbran

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