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This is one of a series of videos we’re doing for Citroemech, a local garage business, who happens to be our neighbour. Video testimonials are a very effective way to give people confidence in your business and this is especially valuable in markets which have a poor reputation for honesty or reliability.
We’re now taking bookings for the next of our incredibly popular Introduction to Studio Photography courses on July 16. The course is only £20 + VAT but you get a voucher for an hour of studio time, worth £30, so you’re making a profit coming along.
In November last year, we moved into our brand new dedicated studio space. After a month of building and decorating, we’ve converted an industrial unit into a big, versatile space that suits all kinds of photographic projects. It is unique. You won’t find a studio like it in Wokingham or even Berkshire. Look at these amazing […]
We’re pleased to announce new dates for our Camera Mastery training course. The course will next run on these two days: 19 December 2015 If you already have a great camera but want to make sure you can use it fully to capture Christmas, then this is your best choice. 9 January 2016 If you […]
Hireserve Limited, who create innovative cloud-based recruitment systems, asked us to shoot staff and team portraits for their PR and corporate literature. We are very grateful to receive this testimonial shortly afterwards. “Immortaleyes Photography was brilliant. Everything ran like clockwork and the results were great – we have some excellent photographs of individual team members […]
Your LinkedIn profile picture is the first point of contact many people will have with you. This is their first impression and first impressions stick. What does your picture say about you? 1. Wedding picture (or holiday, party, restaurant) Always cropped (cutting off the edges of the image) from a bigger scene and often with someone else’s […]
Image stabilisation has been a feature of the higher specification cameras for a while now. The idea is that the camera detects the little wobbles as you’re pressing the shutter and compensate for them by moving lens elements or the sensor in the camera. This should help you get sharper pictures in more challenging conditions. […]