|One of our rigs in use in Abu Dhabi|
To bring the time line up to date since the previous post we filmed some video footage at a factory in Milton Keynes for a corporate video for Holophane Lighting. The finished video is going to be used to show all visitors to the site and we captured some really nice creative angles and used lots of cool camera movements to bring the shoot to life.
|Water Pole Dancing!|
Then came the swimming pool based pole dancing class - a first for us - which looks like great fun and a fab way to burn some calories. The next day we did another free charity shoot - this one for Holophane Lighting who celebrated their 125th anniversary with a sponsored walk in Broadway in the Cotswolds to raise funds for Cancer Research. The walk was about four miles and we stopped at the lovely Broadway Tower half way round for a cake and coffee.
A three day trip to Frankfurt followed that where we filmed for two days on the Feilo Sylvania stand at the Light and Build show. We then did a third day of filming for Lux Magazine filming interviews on the Osram stand.
|Filming for Feilo Sylvania in Frankfurt|
We then split the crew into two and half of us went off to Abu Dhabi to film and photograph the Lux Live trade show and the other two of us stayed here in the UK and filmed a beautiful video at Kensington Palace for the Historic Royal Palaces. Here they were trialling some candle light against LED replacement candles to see how the gold leaf finishes appeared under each light source.
|Charles using a new AEG drill|
|Awards Winner at Lux Live Abu Dhabi|
Our photoshoot with AEG drills went really well on a building site in Waterlooville. We worked with the creative team for AEG and their agency and also a great model called Charles who really looked the part. We also shot some product images of the drills in the studio the following day.
To finish off a very busy few weeks we did a large architectural shoot at Lotus Park in Staines for Hilson Moran and we photographed the stunning chapel as Brasenose College in Oxford for LAPD Lighting Design.