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About Grantly

Helping corporate companies look approachable and professional with contemporary business portrait photography.
Website: http://www.corporatephotographylondon.com/
Grantly has written 196 articles so far, you can find them below.


Creative corporate portraits

Working as a corporate photographer in London,  you are often faced with different offices and most portraits needing to be completed in a short time frame, but as a photographer you need to spot these possibilities. Corporate clients marketing material will benefit from creative portraits and hopefully you will be asked back.

© Grantly Lynch

Corporate marketing photographs

London creative portrait for LMS

I took this for The London School of Management & Science. http://londonsms.co.uk/ – They wanted shots of students studying.You need to spend time in the lesson letting the students get used to you and then hopefully capture them as they work.I liked this shot not only as it fitted the brief, but I managed to balance of the three computer monitors so that they framed the subject and a splash of blue from a folder lifted the photo.

© Grantly Lynch 2010

Corporate Portrait Photographer London

Corporate office photography

Corporate office photography © Photographer Grantly Lynch London UK

Commissioned by Modern Water, this image of their logo was created as a way of branding some of there generic corporate photos. Although the logo is the point of interest, I asked a couple of the marketing team to stand and chat in the doorway as without them there would have been no scale to measure the logo against.

Corporate portrait photographer © Grantly Lynch 07831 366136 or email

Staging people in group photographs

Contemporary PR portrait photography © Grantly Lynch – Corporate Portrait Photographer London UK

This was a commission for Hammersmith Medicines Research to photograph a new ward they had just opened. The brief was to show its open plan layout and being used by staff and patients. I had to stage this shot, but make it look natural at the same time. The trick with any shot with a number of people is to have a point of interest ie the trio in the foreground and then balance the rest of the composition around them. I made the people in the background stand up to balance out the image and asked some of them to walk around to stop it looking too static.

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