Glenn Blakeborough has successfully run Focus14 Photography as a freelance photographer since 2003 and now lives and operates from Portishead, Bristol. His reputation has grown steadily year on year, with an impressive list of great feedback reports.
Commercial Photography Your website, catalogue or printed material is the shop window to your company and the first impression is vital. A collection of fresh, interesting and high quality images can bring customers to your business more effectively than any amount of text or diagrams. The cost of a days photography work can be recouped within weeks and its a very effective way to showcase your company quickly and professionally.
Events Photography Working with big business Glenn specialises in producing images of events, graduations or media promotions. The critical part of any event is to obtain a full briefing of the subject matter, why the images are needed, what the objective is and what medium the final images will be displayed on. i.e. on-line, digital images, printed photographs. Whether you require jpeg, TIFF, printed copies or a large poster the plan will be considered at the outset. And, of course, if you are not sure about the specifics Glenn has years of experience to guide you through the options available to get the best images at the best prices.
Product Photography Glenn provides a Photography Studio suited to both small and large products with a quick turnaround from receiving the products to providing digital images for web use, or printing purposes. Products can also be photographed at your place of business or on location. The customer base covers £million turnover companies providing high volume small items through to larger items for global distribution.
Several times a year Glenn runs extremely popular Photography Courses in Portishead for the beginner through to the experienced amateur. They are well attended and received due to the relaxed approach and limited numbers. Feedback is always excellent.
Glenn qualified as a Licentiate member of the Royal Photographic Society (LRPS) in 2003.