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A room with a view

Bona UK comisssioned DWP Imaging Ltd to capture the mood of this 123 room hotel. The eye-catching bar and balcony areas show exactly where it is situated, right in the heart of London's cinema and theatre district. The photography needed to express the vibrance of the West End whilst capturing the well specified client's products. The views are incredible and well worth a visit, whilst obviously admiring the quality and finish of the flooring.…

Nigel Crump - 21st May 2018

Let's get Fizzicle with these disposable drinking cups

Always a challenge photographing fizzy drinks in the studio and this was triple fun. Each cup had to look like it has just been freshly poured, at the same time getting the fruit positioned nicely with lids fixed on and not allowing the bubbles to lift the straws up.…

John Larkin - 29th March 2018

Residential homes come alive

Care in the community. DWP Imaging Ltd is held in high esteem in the Care sector, an area we have specialised in for over 30 years. We skillfully blend our sensitive understanding of the industry with our photographic skills to produce stunning images of people and architecture. This particular photograph was taken at St Matthews, Redbourn, Hertfordshire to promote the 16 bed new extension and communal areas. It is one of 25 fabulous homes that BM Care run from their head office in Hemel Hempstead.…

John Larkin - 6th March 2018

Making a splash with bathroom products in the studio

'Tap into' DWP Imaging's flowing product photography in our studio for this shoot for a bathroom accessories client. Kingsway Products showroom in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire launched a new range of products and as a brand new company they came to us for their brand launch. Its great to start with a blank canvas, so designing a logo and imagery was an exciting challenge. …

Nigel Crump - 21st February 2018

Colourful tableware products photographed in our studio

Go caravaning with the latest 16-piece camping crockery. Hatfield based Flamefield Ltd introduced this very striking design to their range of melamine tableware. This set was photographed specifically for the packaging of the product. The image wraps around the box with just the centre area full on the front. Several other images were taken to appear on the sides and back to illustrate the features.…

John Larkin - 9th February 2018

Electronics components product photography (Green issue)

How do you make a lot of odd shape components into a pleasing image for posters and literature? Welham Green electronics company Telegärtner UK needed to revise much of their publicity material and the brief was to keep close to the house-style branding, yet keep the imagery up to date. …

Nigel Crump - 29th January 2018

Dropbox. The go to for Professional photographers

Another great display by Blow Up Media. Borough Market is the location for this eye-catching banner, situated on Southwark St attracting traffic from both Southwark and Waterloo towards London Bridge. A very busy throughfare for both commuters and traffic, the bright colours matches the vibrant area, set off with The Shard in the background. Twilight really shows it to its best. This will fit in perfectly with the Lumiere displays right across the capital.…

Nigel Crump - 18th January 2018

Old Market town of Amersham, Buckinghamshire

So when can you catch the Amersham Old Town Market with no cars and no people about? The answer is very rarely indeed. Patience is definitely a photographic virtue as it took Nigel an hour to carefully capture images of sections at one of the busiest junctions in this Buckinghamshire town.…

John Larkin - 8th January 2018

Another Cold Snap!

Blue Planet III or just DWP Imaging with their Xmas Greeting?
We would like to wish all our clients, friends and suppliers a welcome Xmas break.
It was dull and snowing at the time but this 'cold snap' captures the cool crisp snow from the trees.…

John Larkin - 18th December 2017

Stunning architectural photography in the heart of the City of London

The heartbeat of the City of London, Fenchurch Street is between Bank and Aldgate stations with Fenchurch Street mainline slap bang in the middle. Weekedays it is a bustling, throning area full of commuters and services going about their business. On weekends it is calm and almost empty of people, which allows an opportunity for Architectural photographers to ply their trade.
City Point in Ropemaker Street built in 1967 still looks modern with the use of glazing and steel.…

Nigel Crump - 23rd November 2017