• Painting the Studio

    Painting the studio

    There are two scenarios which mean that the studio is painted: General wear and tear – marks and dirty finger prints. Customisation for a commercial shoot. Therefore, if the walls get marked, they get touched up and eventually the main walls get a fresh lick of paint to brighten the whole place up. This happens […]


  • Why you should consider working with a business photographer…

    Industrial Photography - Spraying Fibreglass moulding

    Commercial photography is hugely important in telling the story behind your business. Words can play a significant part, but as the idiom goes: “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Whether you are looking for images for promotional, industrial, advertising or catalogue work, across web and print use, a business photographer is able to bring […]


  • Photographing really shiny things

    Photography Chrome

    When a manufacturer has taken the time to create their product and make it really shiny, you can’t just cover it with a matt spray and pretend that it doesn’t really look shiny! In fact, you need to ensure that the product shines and stands out from the crowd. Chrome is an absolute pain to […]


  • Newsletter – June 2017

    June’s Newsletter – Just click on the image to be take to the interactive web version. To sign up to future newsletters just enter your details on the right ▶  


  • A weekend outing to Wales – Part 2

    Penmon Point lighthouse, Wales

    See Part -1 After about 3 hours of sleep (I think Gary had less, as apparently I snore), we got up ready to go and shoot sunrise at 04:20 in the morning.  Just as the sun started to rise, the clouds started to part on the horizon and drop rays of light all over the […]


  • A weekend outing to Wales – Part 1

    Ogwen, Tan y Celyn, Snowden National Park, Wales

    Although I haven’t posted any new landscapes in a while (over a year), it doesn’t mean that I haven’t been taken them. The truth is that I got in such demand with my commercial photography, I didn’t make time to edit the personal photos that I was taking, and as I hadn’t planned any gallery […]


  • Chroma Key / Green Screen – What is it for?

    Chroma Key / Green Screen / Blue Screen is a way for the sold colour background to be edited out in post production and replaced with some other video or information. Have a look at the video below as I demonstrate how green screen can be used in your marketing videos to make them stand […]


  • Newsletter – May 2017

    May’s Newsletter – Just click on the image to be take to the interactive web version.  


  • How photography can help you to create a memorable brand

    We’ve all heard the old adage: ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’. The truth is, it really is. Conferring the ability to convey a complex idea in a single snapshot, the right image can help to encapsulate what your business is all about more succinctly and successfully than pages of words will ever do. […]


  • The Radio Star (well not quite, but a great experience)

    Selfie of Terry with Dave in the Black Country Radio Studio

    The other day, I got asked to talk on the Black Country Radio afternoon show, which focuses on business topics and interviews. I’ve done TV and video but never radio, so of course I jumped at the chance! What a great environment — everyone is chirpy and very welcoming which, to be fair, is what […]


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Terry Livesey
@TELPhotography
Photography is more than just a job, it's a passion! ● Advertising, Product and Commercial Photographer based in the Midlands.
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