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Milton Keynes events photography

The Sculpture Gallery, Woburn Abbey was the venue for MK College's Student of the Year Awards 2017. Whilst the sun shone outside Events Photographer Nigel Crump was busy grabbing shots in the kitchens. The students were preparing the sumptuous meal for their guests. Both caterers and photographer were working on the fly and with little space or time. Experience tells us that you work pretty much continuously on such occasions even before the main event takes place. Milton Keynes College use this wonderful venue and it is very much down to the photographer to get good coverage. To date DWP Imaging have covered a number of events in the City of Milton Keynes as well as London. All of which draws on the vast experience to get results.…

John Larkin - 7th August 2017

Advertising studio photography for Luton company.

Two new Papal pens from Cross now available for his Holyship. They are sure to be blessed by 'his nibs'. This Bedfordshire based company have a reputation for their quality and luxury items which always makes photographing them in the studio very demanding. Bringing out the design features requires careful lighting and a bit of magic with photoshop.…

John Larkin - 2nd August 2017

Creative photography in London

Paddington Basin Merchant Square, whets our appetite whilst capturing some stunning images for a leading services maintenance company in London. Nigel was tasked with shooting architectural sites of over 60 iconic buildings all across the city from Canary Wharf to Paddington Basin. Each building lending itself to a different approach, in the example above the water feature enhanced elements of water and glass. The Grand Union Canal sits just a few metres away.…

John Larkin - 17th July 2017

Mood setting birthing pool at Bedford Hospital

Going into labour is not fun but with more comfortable surroundings the experience is calmer and more controlled. Bedford Hospital engaged DWPi to update their website with images to highlight their new facilities. Working in these environments we have to exercise consideration to staff and patients, understand the pressures around us yet still come up with great shots.…

John Larkin - 12th July 2017

Going up in style...

This beautiful modern residential staircase was installed in a country property in Thornborough near Buckingham, it was built from oak and glass panels, it is being entered into a design competition and the client needed strong architectural photographs to illustrate it's quality and aesthetics. Careful lighting was used to balance with natural light to enhance the detail and minimalise the reflections from the glass.…

John Larkin - 14th June 2017

What party are you - Red, White or Rosé?

Are you under the grape depression of which party to support? Just work your way through a nice selection from the Wine Society, they may not help you make a decision but will certainly make politics more palatable. Phrases like "Let me make this perfectly clear" apply to wine too as they are all star bright. Buying wine should be in their manifesto as it is a 'cost effective measure', the more you drink the more tax you pay.…

John Larkin - 5th June 2017

Care to look at our latest video - short film

Completing two months of scripting, shooting and editing, DWPi have prepared 3 videos for B & M Care to mark their history and development over the last 40 years and to highlight the exceptional care currently delivered. They are put together here as a short film.…

John Larkin - 31st May 2017

A little drop of fruit in your water

At our Buckinghamshire studio in Wingrave, DWP Imaging are always looking to provide something different with our photography for our clients in the drinks industry. Working on the popularity of flavoured water we took some citrus fruit and took a series of photographs along the brief of a 'drop of flavour'. …

Nigel Crump - 17th May 2017

Revitalised Hemel Hempstead Old Town, Hertfordshire

There is only a 20 minute window when the angle of the light is just right to capture this stunning photograph of Hemel Hempstead High Street. After two visits to plan the shoot we were finally able to take this panoramic early one Sunday morning when the street was fairly clear of cars and people.…

John Larkin - 10th May 2017

Bluebells in Dockey Wood, near Berkhamsted

Every year the stunning display of bluebells attract many visitors to the famous Dockey Wood, part of the 500 acres Ashridge Estate on the rolling Chiltern Hills in Hertfordshire. It has become increasingly popular, so much so that that the Woodland Trust put up a fence last year and started to charge an entrance fee of £3. This became front page news and even was featured on the BBC news. The scent of the flowers is best taken in at early morning or just before dusk.…

John Larkin - 2nd May 2017