Minibus Options of Whaley Bridge have worked with Ford Europe engineers to develop the E-Transit minibus for the UK market. The E-Transit minibus will be launched at the Euro Bus Expo at the NEC this week (1st week of November 2022).
It is brilliant providing photography over a period of time and seeing imagery used to build the proposition. With Great2 that is based in Chesterfield, it is exactly that. The imagery I have captured and provided is used on the websites and marketing collateral, through to landscape photography on the walls.
I work closely with British Jigsaw Manufacturer, Great British Jigsaws to create the very best short run puzzles available in the country. All of my jigsaws are created from my very own photography and are (mostly) captured locally. I have one Isle of Skye jigsaw available.
The second edition of 'The Peak District' by Phil Sproson builds upon the success of the first run of 400 copies that was sold in 2021 with the addition of What3word addressing /// for the majority of the locations found within the book.
I was recently commissioned by the Amaze Hotels Group to photograph their five properties to support each of the websites for hero imagery for website sliders, through to food, internals, externals, spa and fitness, and lifestyle.
Phil Sproson is a professional landscape, outdoor brand and destination photographer. He has lived in and around the Peak District National Park for all his adult life and is passionate about the area - both in trying to capture its beauty to inspire others and also in working to promote its protection and conservation.
The use of high quality glass filters for landscape photography is quite simply game changing and will improve your resulting images. I am happy to talk filters and help you get started, start a conversation here
Phil Sproson Photography *
Helping tourism and outdoor businesses increase sales and enjoy more bookings with ATTENTION grabbing photography since 2014.
Offering a fully stocked shop of photography based products, and supplier to many Peak District gift shops.