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21 Aug

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Your event is over. How can you share your event photographs in the right way?

August 21, 2016 | By |

You and your team have spent months planning for that key event.

You had over 500 guests and everything was planned down to a tee. The event is now over, but the work does not stop there. You now need to document your event.
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15 Nov

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Dental photography

November 15, 2014 | By |

Count Photography has been asked to cover photography at a number of different dental practices in London and Leicester over the past couple of months. We have worked with the staff at the practices to develop a brief so we know what images need to be captured on the day.

It is exciting to visit new spaces as every dental practice is different and has its own character. Its also important to bring out the brand and what it stands for through the photography. As well as capturing shots of the practices, we have also taken professional staff portraits which will be used for the practices websites and subsequent printed materials.

Websites for all of the practices we have covered photography for have been developed by Watermark Media in London and the Leicester dental practices are being managed by WeComeOne.

If you require staff portraits or capture your work space, or to find out more about websites or dental practice management email info@countphotography.com

28 Jun

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Moving out of poverty in India: A discussion – Magic Bus

June 28, 2014 | By |

It was great to attend and photograph a discussion hosted by Magic Bus UK which focussed around poverty in India. It took place at the Nomura offices in Moorgate.

The panel discussion had a number of experts across various sectors. It was moderated by Channel 4 news presenter Krishnan Guru-Murthy with panel members including Nandini Gooptu, Head of International Development at Oxford University, Manoj Ladwa, Founder of India Inc., Maya Prabhu, Managing Director at Coutts Institute, Asif Rangoonwala, Chairman of the Rangoonwala Foundation, and Sonya Timms, Director of Magic Bus UK.

The newly elected government in India, provides a new opportunity for discussion on how organisations such as Magic Bus can continue to enhance their work going forward and helping to improve the lives of others.

From the discussion, it was clear that the new government are looking to improve the lives of those in need, but with any kind of change, it will take time.

We look forward to hearing and learning more on the work of Magic Bus.

Find out more about the event here.