8am at a local airfield waiting for the pilot to get the permissions for a flight over London, half an hour later I'm strapping myself into a pretty small, fairly old, twin engine plane, oh, and the door has been taken off. In the blink of an eye we are over the Walkie Talkie building, would have taken an hour or two by road. This is the third time doing this site, but a new pilot, who very helpfully did some steep banking over the building to get the wing and engine exhaust out of the shots, just wished he'd mentioned this beforehand. The shots are for a scaffolding company who have provided the temporary access to the top of the building. You can see more of my aviation photography here.
Another new client, another happy customer: "Thanks for the photos. I just wanted to say how pleased I am with the shots. They are excellent and just what I wanted. I look forward to working with you again." Well being the marketing manager at a Corporate Finance company is never going to be an easy job, all you want from a photographer is good images to go with press releases or news stories. I always strive to show people as modern, approachable, professional, and if time allows to have some different, interesting portraits which will help to have stories published. I've been doing these sorts of corporate portraits for a while, Portfolio is here.