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Written by Mike Green   
Monday, 13 November 2006

Location shoots all round the world

Travelling all over the world on assignments to get some spectacular shots of exotic locations for very satisfied clients is a rewarding experience. While a good landscape shot involves hours of behind the scenes work, like transporting equipment sometimes in the rain, being hassled by sheep and waiting three days for a rainbow, it is at the end of the day the shots our clients want that are our goal and we'll go to any lengths to achieve that for them. RCV Photography guarantees to deliver.

Preparation is the key

The key to good landscape or cityscape shots is preparation so we spend a great deal of time on test locations and lighting conditions. Traditionally landscapes are often shot in the evening or the early morning light as this gives a nice soft effect. Travelling to the locations to arrive before dawn, gives us the chance to set up our equipment and have the maximum time frame to work in. At dawn some of the most dramatic shots can be taken and as the light changes throughout the day in into some spectacular nightscapes, we can be available to capture it all for you.

 

 

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