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Lisa-NCRQ-by-Brighton-Photographer-Emma-Bailey-Photography
Lisa-NCRQ-by-Brighton-Photographer-Emma-Bailey-Photography
Lisa-NCRQ-by-Brighton-Photographer-Emma-Bailey-Photography
Lisa-NCRQ-by-Brighton-Photographer-Emma-Bailey-Photography
Lisa-NCRQ-by-Brighton-Photographer-Emma-Bailey-Photography
Lisa-NCRQ-by-Brighton-Photographer-Emma-Bailey-Photography

NCRQ is an online health & safety learning company who asked me to photograph Lisa, a recent graduate, for a corporate case study. The shoot was Lisa going about her daily role in a pharmaceutical warehouse, with mixed to murky lighting and in their laboratory which was bright, but had limited space. These restrictions do not allow for large lights with cables, so I chose to go mobile. I used a speedlight flash with a small lastolite brolly grip and umbrella on a very lightweight stand as my key light. This was triggered by another speedlight 520exii on my camera with a lightbender to also add some ambient fill. I loved using my 16-35mm lens as the f2.8 allowed me to use the warehouse lighting and the wide angle is great for story telling.

The article is here: ncrq.org.uk/lisas-journey-to-level-6

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