Professional Commercial Photography
Does your business require our commercial photography service? If you’ve been looking for a freelance photographer to handle your photography needs in and around Shropshire then look no further.
Meeting Each & Every One Of Your Requirements
Perhaps you need top quality shots of a property for an Estate Agent website, or wish to publicise your latest product launch. Even if you need someone to cover your company’s big press conference and provide a flawless pictorial record of the event, Pictureworks is ready to help you. Small product photography is offered as well as interiors, advertising and PR shots.
Some of our clients include:
- West Mercia Police and Shropshire Council
- Shropdoc and the Shropshire Primary Care Trust
- Impey Wetrooms
- Chrisbeon Office Solutions
- Shrewsbury Cantata Choir
- Stirchley Medical Practice
- The Grocer Magazine
- Shropshire Life Magazine
- The Shrewsbury Chronicle
- Shropshire Star
- Fast Track Mopeds
- The Parade Shopping Centre
- Oncology Systems
- Healthy Living Pharmacy
- Many PR agencies throughout the country
The Parade Shopping Centre have used Judy at a number of our events, she is great at capturing the atmosphere in her photography! We will definitely be using Judy again.The Parade Shopping Centre
I commissioned Judy at short notice for a photo shoot to support a journalist event at our new facility.
Judy instantly showed her experience, discussing brief with us and giving her recommendations for the type of photographs we would need to suit our PR efforts. Arriving on time as promised, Judy blended in to the tour, taking photos and capturing all of the important parts for us without the need for direction.
I was particularly impressed that Judy wasn’t slightly phased at ‘getting in there’ to take photos, capturing some great shots that others may have been shy to take. She also liaised directly with the newspaper journalist to supply same day photos to meet their deadline. The final photographs were brilliant and I wouldn’t hesitate to use Judy again.