Construction Photography & Building Photography
As a skilled construction photographer I understand the requirements for shooting architectural projects and delivering fantastic results every time. My construction photography is used for websites, advertising and social media. I have shot all types of construction projects, large and small. I can photograph completed projects, demolition, PR opportunities and progress photography.
Graham is a first class photographer. We have used him for several years now, to help photograph our properties and quite honestly the results are outstanding. Graham manages to turn the most mundane of room, into an exciting and welcoming picture. He helps to stage the property and his attention to detail is impeccable. As such, we have had many, many positive comments from our clients about the imagery on the website and it is this, that has made them choose our properties over and above the competition. Sometimes on websites, testimonials are amended and the truth is extended but I probably haven’t written enough, on how good Graham is.
The Importance of Professional Construction Photography
There is a lot going on in a construction site. Keeping issues out while keeping track of progress can be difficult. That is the reason why a lot of people are turning towards professional construction photo documentation, as it helps them document everything that happens on the jobsite. There are a lot of different benefits that you gain when you hire a professional construction photographer for your jobsite.
Keep a Visual Timeline of Site Progress
You get a visual timeline of your construction work by regularly taking construction jobsite photos that are timestamped. This will make a big difference in helping you plan schedules for delivery, and gauge how far ahead or behind construction a project is on the planned timeline at a given moment.
Provide Site Updates for Head Office
The decision-makers can’t always show up to the construction site, since they have other tasks to handle and a business to run. However, they do want timely updates about the construction project, and professional construction photography can help them track team progress on-site. Decisions making will also become easier since it would be based on first-hand accounts, site reports, and professional photos documenting the progress.
Brilliant for Your Marketing Efforts
You can make a big difference to your marketing efforts by getting professional construction photography of in-progress and completed works on-site. The images can be used in promotional materials, and even added to glossy brochures, uploaded on social media accounts, and your website as well. Every business is documenting their work, and you should as well through professional construction photography. I work across London, Oxfordshire, Surrey, Berkshire, Wiltshire and Buckinghamshire.