To produce something creative in whatever media or forum, there needs to be passion for the project. The Oxford dictionary defines creative as an adjective as: Relating to or involving the use of the imagination or original ideas to create something.
It then goes on to define ‘a creative’ as a noun: A person whose job involves creative work
Creative photography defines the work and passions of Bernard from Inside Out Photography (www.insideoutphoto.co.uk). He is a creative and he is passionate about creating unique images which set your company, products or imagery apart from the competition. With over 35 years experience in the world of photography, Bernard likes to use a whole host of techniques to provide his clients with a unique picture whether that is of a large building or a small gadget or somewhere in between.
Creativity gains awards
The success of Inside Out Photography and the recognition of the creative photographs which have been produced by Bernard over the years are acknowledged by the number and range of awards with which he has been presented. The professional photography awards gained by Inside Out Photography include architectural, commercial, industrial and open creative, some of these he has won several times, which goes to show that Bernard is working at a consistently high level. For more details on which awards Inside Out Photography have achieved, and how many times, take a look at the website www.insideoutphoto.co.uk/About
However when selecting a photographer to carry out a photo shoot in the Manchester area you may be hard pressed to find many others with so many accolades to their name. Bernard has won Photographer for the Year for the North West Region as well as the National Award for Commercial Photographer of the Year.
How important is it for your photography to be creative?
You may be thinking that actually all you want is a clean, sharp shot and not anything too wacky or ‘creative’. However being creative is not just about imaginative use of colour filters and lighting or quirky angles, it is about choosing the right shot and techniques to fit the client brief. Clean, sharp shots also require creativity especially if the conditions or environment are against you and let’s be honest our British summers are particularly unpredictable so being creative at this time of year may just require light to be added where it is not readily available!
To discuss how Inside Out Photography (www.insideoutphoto.co.uk) can help your business with creative photography give Bernard a call on 0161 881 3385 or 07831 344 722 and remember ‘Your Image is Your Future: Trust it to a True Professional’.