Not every shoot needs to be indoors or in a studio. There are plenty of outdoor spaces, gorgeous locations, and suitable venues that can work well, so consider if this will work for your brand.
All that being said, It should go without saying that people should, of course, continue to adhere to safety protocols and not act in a way that might compromise anyone’s safety. That is paramount. The obvious essentials like hand sanitizer will be on hand (pardon the pun) and face masks will need to be worn.
There is always the option of having your products shot remotely. This is an excellent option if you are unable to attend in person. The whole shoot can be done over a Zoom call, with regular check-ins and screen-grabs emailed to you so that you can feel involved and part of the process.
To find out more about how to work with a Covid-safe photographer in Bristol, drop me a line and let’s discuss how we can get your brand online and more visible during the current pandemic.
About the Author
Amanda Thomas is a fashion, beauty and portrait photographer and has been working for over 20 years. She started life shooting rockstars and actors for magazines, and the approach was always to make them dynamic and approachable. This idea still applies today, and she has an editorial style, fashion-led approach to her work.
Amanda is a brand collaborator for Profoto the global lighting company. In 2019 they invited her to be part of their associate programme, which involves giving talks on lighting at events including The Photography Show. Amanda has written several articles on light for Photo Plus and Amateur Photographer magazines.
To find out more about her work and read other articles, follow her on Instagram for a peek behind-the-scenes at her shoots, and visit her website to find out more about her work.