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Corporate and other headshots

Sunday, February 26th, 2017

People often ask me about having headshots for work or other reasons.
As I am in the process of improving my website I thought it would be worth a blog post to collect a few images for your review.
Indoors, or outdoors both work quite well, depending on what you want to achieve
Don’t hesitate to get in touch to discuss your needs
My best contact is 07812 341517
at the ClubIsaac Fokuo Tutu FellowJournalistNtombenhle Tutu Fellow
Archbishop Desmond TutuHeadshot against the wallAndrew Motion PoetActivist
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Props

Saturday, May 17th, 2014

I’m keen to replace my antique weighing scales as shown in this picture.
I heard this was in use by a vegetable stall, but sadly it didn’t survive too many well developed babies!
If anyone can help me find a replacement I’d be grateful to hear where and how.
Please email me on clients@katelloydphotography.com or call me on 07812 341517
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Corporate photography

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

It is all about image.Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Whether you want to convey the type of person you are or the type of company you represent image is critical.
Corporate photography doesn’t have to be painful or boring and the results can be fantastic
Here are some examples of the work I’ve done for a variety of people.Annette the accountantDrummerA cathedral of scienceRobyn-53w

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Call me to discuss your needs. I promise it doesn’t hurt!
Tel 07812 341517 or Freephone 0808 197 2726

Daguerre

Friday, November 18th, 2011

Google reminds me that today is the 224th anniversary of the birth of Daguerre, inventor of the Daguerrotype a way to ‘print’ images.
He wasn’t the inventor of photography, that was Henry Fox Talbot some years earlier, but Daguerre was the first to patent his process in 1839, limiting its use. At first mercury was used to cure the plates on which the images were recorded so it was dangerously toxic. Previously exposures had to be for many hours so were totally impractical for portraits. Each image was unique.
What a long way we’ve come!

Sometimes you come upon someone who really lights up the camera.

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

A combination of the right colours for the skin type and her gorgeous blue eyes makes this inspiring physiotherapist ‘leap out of the page’