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Shepherd Neame website photography A number of our beer images now form part of the new Shepherd Neame website photography. The Kent brewer completed a rebranding exercise at the end of last year that included the launch of a new website, revised pub and restaurant signage and the signage at the brewery in Faversham. A…

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Hotel bedroom interiors photography for Shepherd Neame Following a £1.1 million refurbishment, I stayed overnight at the Ostrich in Colnbrook in order to complete an early morning shoot of hotel bedroom interiors photography for Shepherd Neame. Winter sun provided a relatively short window of 5 hours to shoot a variety of angles and bathrooms of…

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Lost in translation – don’t ask for spicy beer unless you really mean it 辛口. When you start to wonder what all of the writing and symbols mean on a beer bottle label then either you’re (i) drinking too much on your own (ii) in dire need of socialising generally (iii) a product photographer (although…

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Great British Food Campaign photography A selection of the core ales we have shot for Shepherd Neame have been included in the Great British Food Campaign photography coordinated and led by Defra. Spitfire, Bishops Finger, 1698 and Master Brew were chosen because of their PGI status -Protected Geographical Indication, the same regional produce protection afforded…

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Promotional photography of Asahi Super Dry Beer in the studio in Canterbury. I got a bit drenched in beer recently while shooting some promotional photography of Asahi Super Dry Beer in the studio in Canterbury. The effect of exploding beer looks great in the final shot but despite covering the set with plastic sheeting, quite…

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