Are you looking for a photographer in Liverpool?

Well, you've arrived at the right place. My name is David and I've been a freelance commercial photographer in Liverpool since 2004. I undertake all sorts of commissions from business headshots, to commercial interiors to large scale industrial photography in factories.

Why use a professional photographer?

Simple - I believe good photography is good business. 

Everyone always says at this point 'a good photograph is worth a thousand words'. And I'm going to say it again. In the age of social media, multiple channels of information and ever decreasing levels of impatience - you've got to grab people's attention pretty quickly. Whether it is a blog post like this, a You Tube promo or an advert - getting your story across is vital in an ever competiting world and great photography is one way to do this.

Photography can be used in many different ways - promotional collateral, highlighting new services in trade magazines, to creating a eye-catching catalogue of products. You need a professional who can deliver high-quality finished images. They will work with you to establish an insight into your business and communicate trust and confidence as an organisation.

Great business photography will highlight how a business works. For example images from various stages of a manufacturering process, demonstrates an attention to detail and a behind the scenes glimpse that competitors might not show. People love a story and if you can get potential customers to buy in to what you do, that might give you the edge over others. Also a professional photographer can give an organisation that all important personal touch, with some team and people photographs.

Rather than just turning up at your workplace with a camera, I believe that good commercial photography must follow a process and I try and always work closely with a client to achieve that.
 

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So if you are looking for a Liverpool based commercial photographer, don't hesitate to give me a call on 07810 321 634 - lets talk over you project and see if I can help.


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"I have employed David for conferences, presentations, social engagements, marketing materials, open days, portrait shots, official document signings amongst many others. David has always been amenable to our sometimes short notice and has delivered our photos in a quick time frame as agreed and sometimes much quicker depending on our needs. He has always been very helpful, he follows and delivers on the brief and is able to give additional value to jobs with minimal briefs. I am more than happy to recommend David and he will no doubt deliver the same quality he provides us."

 

Michael Humphreys

Development Officer at Liverpool John Moores University

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