Photograph of photographs!

How do you take a photograph of photographs?  That was exactly the question I was asked when approached by the inspirational new company www.friendsnaps.com.  Friendsnaps have launched a brand new product of creating photo quality posters out of all the profile pictures of your friends on facebook, they needed some promotional images to illustrate the finished product.  It needed to appeal to all ages – typically you’d imagine this being a teenage / student thing but they were keen to promote it to all generations by showing it could become more than a ‘poster’.  So, armed with two posters and a washing line (bit of creative thinking going on here!) I headed out into the freezing cold a few weeks ago.  I hadn’t banked on the wind – posters flap about quite alot!  So rather than my washing line idea between two trees, I positioned them against a wall – hence avoiding the wind lifting them – that’s the teenager / student image done.  Racing back into the warmth, I framed one in a simple black A1 frame which, when put up in a beautiful contemporary kitchen, becomes more of a funky work of art!  A few more images of the packaging and we were done – what do you think?  A great Christmas Present for someone I would say… and a company to seriously keep your eye on!

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About Lou Bushell

I love great photos - and I love taking great photos. It's as simple as that! I want you to enjoy having your photo taken by me, and for you to love the photos I take as much as I do.
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