Commercial photography project for Royal British Legion Industries in Kent
I’ve recently delivered the second part of a marketing / campaign commercial photography project for Royal British Legion Industries (“RBLI”) in Kent. It’s due to go live later in 2016 and will be used for a wide range of print and online campaigns. Shot over a day, it will form the final part of the three day, multiple location shoot completed in 2015 to form a new and updated mage bank.
RBLI is a national charity and is separate from the Poppy Appeal. The mission is a clear one – to support the Armed Forces Community and those affected by disability, health conditions or social welfare needs. The implementation of this mission is far-reaching. The range of their activities at the factories includes making the road signs that most of us daily, to pallet making and order fulfilment. On the social side it runs a support network of housing, counselling and the rehabilitation of service men and women (both occupational and physical) injured on active service.
The shoot list for the commercial photography project for the Royal British Legion Industries in Kent was extensive. It’s no longer practical in large, busy, working factories to have large lights and battery packs everywhere so on this occasion the lighting was highly portable and discrete. It was however necessary as the daylight was in short supply and the overhead artificial light could only be relied on to light backgrounds rather than people.
If you like to know more about commercial photography – either on location or in the studio – and how it could help support your sales, marketing and advertising, then do please get in touch.
Ref: Commercial photography project for Royal British Legion Industries in Kent.