A two-day commercial photo shoot to provide a range of family oriented images to promote tourism in the Brecks.
What did the client want?
The Brecks partnership is a local initiative which aims to promote and celebrate the diversity of the Brecks area – a geological area straddling Norfolk and Suffolk. Although the Partnership has a wealth of landscape and wildlife photographs, the team needed a range of images to promote tourist attractions in the Brecks region to a wider range of visitors – and to families in particular.
What did we do?
Over two days in September 2012 we visited 14 tourist attractions – from Castle Acre in the north of the area to West Stow in the South. A reportage style of photography was adopted to capture natural and realistic images.
What did we achieve?
After the shoot the photos were processed and categorised so that they could be seamlessly integrated into the Brecks photo library. Since then they have been used across a wide range of marketing employed by the Brecks Partnership – from their website to tourist literature. At the end of July 2013 several of our photographs were used on a special train to promote the Brecks.
Debbie attended the launch of the train – you can read more about it here.