Punch Bowl Inn at Crosthwaite chooses R Gill Photography to capture Summer Menu

July 20, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Case Study: Food Photography Shoot For an award-winning restaurant like The Punch Bowl Inn & Restaurant at Crosthwaite (Cumbria Life’s Dining Pub of the Year 2017), having the quality of its food reproduced through stunning imagery is hugely important. We’re proud of the fact that the food at The Punch Bowl is creative, exciting and pushing the b...
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We are in the News!

June 29, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Here is a copy of an article which appeared in the press this month showcasing some of my awards for food photography,. Food shots are photographer’s bread and butter An artistic shot of artisan bread from the Lake District has won a Kendal photographer the judges first prize on an online photography website. Richard Gill’s photograph of Lov...
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90% Imitation, 10% Inspiration

June 06, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Commercial photoshoots are often the most interesting as it gives me a chance to be creative. Although the client will give me a detailed brief of what is required, there will be a bit of time for me to try out some other ideas. It is often these unplanned shots that produce the “wow” shot of the day. I am often asked how did I come up with that i...
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Lessons from a lifestyle change

May 18, 2017  •  1 Comment
One of the most common questions I get asked when I am in the middle of a photoshoot is, "how did you get into this?" I usually get the feeling that the questioner is not quite happy with their own lot, maybe envious of what I am doing or just intrigued about the lifestyle choices people make. When I explain that I decided to switch careers after s...
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Is it Worth Persevering with a Boring Book?

April 21, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
If you have a short attention span or if you think this post is going to be boring here is the quick answer - If it is recommended to you by someone who's opinion you value. Personally I don't like to give up on something I've started, but occasionally when I get bogged down in book, I put it away and move on to something more inspiring. Recently...
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