Welcome to Blink Imaging – Commercial & Advertising Photographers Glasgow.

Working from our studio, right in the heart of Glasgow, we’ve been producing high-quality images for over 20 years.

No two shoots are ever the same and we believe in giving each one the same degree of professionalism and commitment to quality.

If you any questions or would like chat about your shoot or project we are always happy to advise or discuss it with you.

We’ve just added a new page dedicated to Professional Headshots in our Glasgow studio.

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We regularly combine architectural photography with aerial photography which gives a unique perspective when capturing a new housing development. You can read about it in our latest blog. www.blinkimaging.co.uk/architectural-aerial-drone-photography-housing-developments/ ... See MoreSee Less

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We regularly combine architectural photography with aerial photography which gives a unique perspective when capturing a new housing development. You can read about it in our latest blog. http://www.blinkimaging.co.uk/architectural-aerial-drone-photography-housing-developments/

We recently did a series of corporate headshots and boardroom photographs for Aliter Capital. You can red about in in our latest blog here. www.blinkimaging.co.uk/professional-corporate-boardroom-headshots-glasgow/ ... See MoreSee Less

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We recently did a series of corporate headshots and boardroom photographs for Aliter Capital. You can red about in in our latest blog here. http://www.blinkimaging.co.uk/professional-corporate-boardroom-headshots-glasgow/

Blink Imaging Ltd is at Restaurant Martin Wishart.

When you are enjoying a meal at your favourite restaurant ever wondered what it's like behind the scenes? Our latest blog looks at professional kitchens in a top restaurant and venue.http://www.blinkimaging.co.uk/behind-scenes-professional-kitchen/
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When you are enjoying a meal at your favourite restaurant ever wondered what its like behind the scenes? Our latest blog looks at professional kitchens in a top restaurant and venue.http://www.blinkimaging.co.uk/behind-scenes-professional-kitchen/

www.blinkimaging.co.uk/bus-spotting-glasgow-commercial-advertising-photographer-richard-campbell-... One of the things I love about being a commercial photographer is the sheer variety of subjects you are asked to photograph. Here's my most recent blog about a shoot which turned me into a bus-spotter! ... See MoreSee Less

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http://www.blinkimaging.co.uk/bus-spotting-glasgow-commercial-advertising-photographer-richard-campbell-brings-inner-geek/ One of the things I love about being a commercial photographer is the sheer variety of subjects you are asked to photograph. Heres my most recent blog about a shoot which turned me into a bus-spotter!

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Paul RussellAt night this viaduct is lit up, a car to bus moving pan would look spectacular, bus sharp, viaduct blurred, NW is behind the viaduct from this position, so potentially some great twilight sky colours and detail behind

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Blink Imaging LtdHi Paul, I agree, as a photographer you always want to do the more creative option but that wasn't part of the brief. The shots had to be taken during the day so the buses would be cleary visible. Also at this time of year it's not dusk till about 10pm and there are fewer busses running at that time. The brief was to capture as many different types of bus as possible. The location was also important so blurring the background wasn't an option either. You can always do that later if you want to. If you give the client good sharp images it gives them more options to play with whereas if you delver images with a blurred background then they don't have any other options. I've also shot vehicles with a blurred background before and it's not that easy to do. When I've done this previously I've had full control over a vehicle so I can ask it to make several passes. Again, that wasn't an option. There's always a fine line between having the vehicle sharp and the background blurred. If I had tried that here I wouldn't have been able to deliver the number of different images the client wanted. Having worked as a commercial photographer for over 20 years one thing I've learned is that while you always want to try and push things creatively it's also crucially importing to listen to what the client wants. Thanks for your comment though. It's raised some interesting points.

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