Commercial & Advertising Photography

Photography that works for Business

A stunning concept presented photographically can boost sales, improve image, communicate messages and increase exposure for any business.

 

Whether you need imagery for PR, an advertising campaign, brochure or want commercial portraits to present your team in marketing material with a consistent style Philip Hunton Photography can work with you to produce images that get the results you need.

The process is simple: Talk to the client to understand what the images need to communicate, develop a shoot concept, arrange models, sets, locations and props, shoot the commission, develop and retouch where necessary and then  deliver the images via online drop box in high and low resolution…..

Contact Philip Hunton today to discuss your requirements info@philiphunton.co.uk

Advertising Photography
Corporate Headshots
Marketing Material Images
PR Photography
Corporate Stock Photo Library Building



Member of The Society of International Commercial and Industrial Photographers (SICIP)

What clients have to say

“Launching a new brand is probably one of our toughest projects, Everything has to be right. The shots Phil took were simply awesome and I must say he is a pleasure to work with. Thank you Phil for all your hard work.”

Barbara Croce, Coffee Latino

“I worked really closely with Phil initially to get the lighting and set up just as we needed. Phil always spends over and above the quoted time to ensure your happy and the product shots were perfect for us. Even though it ís in the early stages, since the shoot the reaction on social media and other platforms we used them on have been fantastic”

Ric, Storm Tea

Montane

“Phil’s eye for detail, meticulous approach and speed of communication has meant that photography for our new Spring / Summer 2016 pack range is second to none. We are extremely pleased with the images received – he has been able to show the features and particularities of each pack to its full potential. We look forward to working with him again. ”

J Coombs, Montane

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