1.Believe old and impressively industrial. An industrial workplace museum will give you hundreds of photo opportunities and permit you to set your images in an era of your picking – top selection is the recently opened Jewellery Museum in Birmingham’s well-known Jewellery Quarter. Business, culture and creativity under 1 roof – a best location for a cool workplace photographer.
2.Jazz clubs have provided the backdrop for countless timeless images. The colourful characters associated with the music enterprise make fabulous portraits and supply a wealth of performance related image opportunities that can be dropped effortlessly into any public space setting. Top photo option is Ronnie Scott’s. 47 Frith Street, London W1.
3.Horse Racing will by no means go out of fashion. Stunning animals and glamorous folk make stunning subjects for any portfolio. Try to get behind the scenes to catch the really finest shots while a clear line-up at the winning post is always a success with corporate clients. Imagery is vital in organization Top picture selection is Plumpton Race Course in Sussex. Soft hills and green fields add polish to a really slick operation.
4.Historic images sit well with several designers who use architectural shapes in photography to reflect their own constructions. With so several outstanding buildings and striking monuments to choose from it is effortless to discover some thing appropriate. Top snappers choice is Glastonbury Tor in Somerset. Set high on a green grassy hill, the Tor fits well with all kinds of interior designs and never loses magnificence or relevance.
5.Giant sunflowers are often a winner – just ask Van Gogh! But do not confine yourself to stuffy art gallery imagery. Some of the world’s finest sunflower images are now available as limited edition prints. Top option is anything by Georgia O’Keefe but much better still is something new and original you have photographed or painted your self. Plant those seeds against a south facing wall and water well for best outcomes.
6.Boats of all kinds fit well with mellow, relaxed design schemes. Water colours such as greens, blues and greys can actually add atmosphere to boating scenes. Look out for photo opportunities with bright coloured highlights or reflections to focus the eye. Top snapping opportunities incorporate Falmouth in Cornwall, anywhere in the Solent and glorious Whitby in North Yorkshire.
7.Wildlife images give a range of colour alternatives that can stretch from burnt browns framing African lion scenes to amazing pure white arctic panoramas complete with penguins and polar bears. Quite a few British interior designers delight in deer and otters. Top opportunities for snapping both can be discovered on Exmoor in Devon.
8.Modern art can give the creative photographer/designer incredible opportunities to link shapes and textures. Concrete sculpture images sit comfortably on rough finished plaster walls even though difficult cropped images of contemporary bronze sculptures can make fantastic talking points . Top location is undoubtedly the Hannah Pescher Sculpture Garden in Surrey. Ten acres of amazement and wonder.
9.Exquisite landscapes are obvious additions to any country house interior design but forget about the oil paintings. Nowadays a stunning photograph can attract just as much attention, specifically if it is printed on canvas and framed by a master. Constable made much of the Fens; but a top option these days is the view from the Hogs Back just outside Guildford.
10.Nudes will generally have a place on our walls but by no means forget that less is generally a lot more. Tasteful and discreet can lead to conversation whilst lurid only leads to tears. Top option for a nude portrait just has to be Rankin but there are a host of wannabes.