• NORFOLK COMMERCIAL AND BUSINESS PHOTOGRAPHY

    Welcome to Phil Barnes Commercial Photography we work throughout the East Anglian region comprising, Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex from our base near the city of Norwich.
    We take on photographic assignments for large and small businesses, corporate clients, and even professional individuals in a multitude of sectors including Publishing, IT, Conservation, Farming, Architecture, and trades to name but a few.
    Our work ranges from simple headshot photography, to web content photographs, PR and editorial work, Events, and published books.
    Please read on for more information as to the range of services we can offer you and feel free to get in touch for a quotation.

Monthly Archives: February 2014

Breakwater IT: Innovative staff photography assignment

Breakwater IT based on the edge of Norwich provide IT support and solutions in addition to telephony to many NorfolkView full post »

LSI Architects: Environmental Portraits.

With an excellent reputation for superb architectural design LSI architects based in the centre of Norwich and LondonView full post »

NHS Anglia: Press Release photography

A recent request from NHS Anglia saw me travelling around Norfolk fulfilling two PR related assignments aimed at localView full post »

Delilah Loves You- baby clothing brand product photography

Delilah Loves You is a local baby clothing brand with an outlet in Bungay on the Norfolk and Suffolk border. TheyView full post »

RSPB-‘Stepping up for Nature’ Campaign Photography

Providing PR and press photography for the RSPB’s ‘Stepping up for Nature’ Campaign saw me fulfillingView full post »

Limited Space-Advertising Photography

Making sure that your client is happy with the placement of and visibility of advertisements is important if you sellView full post »

Tax Assist Accountants-Norwich Relaunch Business Photography

Tax Assist were officially relaunching their branch in Norwich based on Aylsham Road and wanted some photographs for aView full post »