Trust is always earned never given

October 16, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
"Don't worry about it Richard, I trust you." For me this is one of the greatest compliments that a client can pay to you. It came from a conversation with a property developer. He was asking for a price on a new job and I wasn't quite sure how to cost it. It involved several visits to a building site over many months and the travelling time and hou...
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Swallow Your Own Medicine

September 19, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I regularly bore people with the virtues of how good photography can make a difference to the sale of your product or service. I believe it is especially true for property, holiday lets and food. Recently I had the chance to put my money where my mouth was. Marketing my own home. The one big advantage of living on site was that I could choose the...
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What Do the Images You Use Say about Your Brand?

August 07, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
"I'll have one of those please", my wife said pointing to the picture of a starter on the menu. "Errrm, No you won't. We just cut and pasted that from Google images - I think it is actually Chinese food!" replied the waiter. We were sat in an Indian restaurant at the time and just burst out laughing at this response. Rather than head out the door...
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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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