Commercial editorial photography in Kent for a Cambridge-based agency

Thinking on your feet (as they’re sinking) whilst keeping your head for commercial editorial photography

I was asked by Ware Anthony Rust to shoot some commercial editorial photography on a farm between Canterbury and Herne Bay in Kent. We’ve had a lot of rain recently. You might have noticed. The ground conditions looks like one of the deserted sets at Pinewood after Saving Private Ryan and shipped out. We used an old pallet to stop the lights sinking into the mud and my trusty wellington boots earned their stripes yet again. I tend to use lighting for editorial for more precise control ( the sun is either absent or not where you need it). I tend to use wellington boots to stop my feet getting wet.

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