Merry Christmas From Allinson’s Photography
So here we are with the final Allinson’s Photography newsletter of 2015
Time to say a huge thank you to our clients and friends and wish you all a Very Merry Christmas.
You have all helped make this year very special for Allinson’s Photography. Not only have I been asked to deliver a lot of interesting work but I don’t think I’ve seen the business grow this fast for about 15 years.
It truly has been a pleasure to support all my clients throughout the year.
I do hope you have had as busy and productive 2015 as I have and are now ready to relax for a few days over the Christmas Holiday. I look forward to us doing it all again in 2016.
For most of us working in advertising and Marketing the run up to Christmas has been going on for months and never more so than in November!
November, (as always) for me has been about supporting those last minute, delayed and late advertising and marketing campaigns. However, more unusually this year my professional photography services have been involved in looking closely at the end use of many large brands advertising and marketing efforts. As I deliver a number of brief’s that require me to record and document the brands on the street and the footfall it gets to interact with.
As well as the usual advertising photography, I’m delighted to have been commissioned to go out in the streets and shopping centres of the UK to record the whole advertising, brand and marketing experience as it communicate directly with the consumer.
For over 30 years I have been photographing products and brands, it is very different and interesting to photograph some of those same brands and advertising at work out on the street.
Having clients who need us to record how our industry is working with the consumer makes for some very exiting and interesting days at work in major cities across the United Kingdom. The brief is very involved and specific, the work is fascinating and exhausting, (exhausting because its almost Christmas and, (lets face it) t’s dangerous out there).
Merry Christmas One and All!