Norfolk Food Photography – Brasteds Restaurant

Norwich Commercial Food Photographer

Norfolk Food Photography

Norfolk Food Photography
Blanc Creative have specialised in Norfolk Food Photography for almost a decade and have had the pleasure of working across the very best Restaurants, Hotels, Food & Drink Manufacturers and Retailers throughout East Anglia.

We recently had the chance to shoot some great Norfolk Food Photography work with Nick Mills and the team at Brasteds. Brasted’s is a multi award-winning catering and events company, with over 30 years’ experience serving royalty, dignitaries, celebrities and guests across Norfolk. Located in the picturesque privately owned village of Framingham Pigot in the heart of the Norfolk countryside, but just 4 miles from Norwich city centre, they proudly offer a 2 AA Rosette Restaurant, which has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment, 5 AA star boutique rooms, Brasted’s Lodge and their own wedding and event suite.

In the summer of 2019, we collaborated on a Norfolk Food Photography Project that would showcase a Menu that would launch the restaurants brand new Hospitality & Events Business, Complete & Utter Brasteds. We used only natural light to compliment the fresh ingredients and beautiful creations artistically built by the Brasteds Chefs. Amazing food doesn’t have to be bathed in artificial light and the concept of the assignments reflect this from the components used to create the artistic dishes all the down to crockery and props used throughout the shoot.

Our style of Norfolk Food Photography successful food photography has a rustic, minimal but modern feel to it, which can be used perfectly across a really diverse range of food and drinks. We always plan our food photography with our clients to ensure we can maximise our time on site which in turn maximises our clients return on their investment in professional photography.

Complete and Utter Brasteds Norwich

 

 

 

Norfolk Food Photography

Commercial Food Photographer Norwich

Commercial Food Photographer Norwich

 

Norfolk Food Photography

 

Norfolk Food Photography

Commercial Food Photographer Norwich

Restaurant Food Photography

Commercial Food Photographer Norwich

Norwich Commercial Food Photographer

Norwich Commercial Food Photographer

 

Commercial Food Photographer Norwich

If you’re thinking about a Food or Drink based Photography project, we would love to hear from you. Please don’t hesitate to call our Team on Mob: 07871 364041 or email studio@blanc-creative.com if you have any questions or would like us to offer a competitive quote for our services.

Urban Drone Photography over Norwich City

Urban Drone Photography

Urban Drone Photography Norwich

Drone Photography NorwichUrban Drone photography is still a relatively new style of photography and comes with its own set of challenges. Here in the The UK, The Civil Aviation Authority lay down a set of air navigation laws that apply to the use of drones with an emphasis on protecting unlawful flights in congested areas. The purpose of these laws is there to protect not only members of public but also to protect licensed drone operators who operate within the law when carrying out Urban Drone Photography. Following recent arrests by climate change demonstrators at London’s Heathrow Airport and major disruption at Gatwick Airport during December 2018 the Civil Aviation Authority implemented new strict regulations for drones that carry a camera on board and record data.

The Congested Area – Urban Drone Photography

A congested area is defined as ‘any area of a city, town or settlement which is substantially used for residential, industrial, commercial or recreational purposes.’ This covers a multitude of locations including housing estates, retail parks, theme parks, shopping centres, industrial areas, football grounds and city centre areas. It means that urban Drone Photography can be difficult to capture “LEGALLY” as the requirements to fly mean that many areas are off completely off limits and finding an area in an urban environment that ticks all the boxes for safe lawful flights are often limited.Commercial Drone Filming Norfolk

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Undertaking “Legal”Flying in the Centre of the City of Norwich falls completely into the realms of the Congested Area. However, working with Orbit Homes to document the building of an exciting new community of prestigious residential and commercial properties in Norwich, we opened up the ideal opportunity to capture Urban Drone Photography and scenes of  the vibrant, history filled city. Congested Area flights prohibit flying near a congested area at any distance closer than 150m. This is just one rule of many that dictate where a drone can be flown, alongside restrictions such as flying over 50m away from another person and keeping the drone within 500m of the pilot horizontally at all times. In order to acquire such permission, it is important that you are able to demonstrate the safety measures you plan to put in place to ensure that you fly responsibly in this risky area in a way that put no person, property or fellow aircraft in danger.

Professional commercial Drone Photography in a congested area requires extensive planning, risk assessment, insurance and a permission from the Civil Aviation Authority to allow for commercial operation. There are literally thousands of unlicensed drone operators currently flying within the UK and as recently as September 2019, reports of a near miss involving an Air Ambulance narrowly missing a Drone flying at three times the legal height were reported to the Civil Aviation Authority. Why You Should Only Hire a Licensed Drone Pilot?

Putting an unlicensed pilot to work, particularly when filming Urban Drone Photography, breaches CAA regulations if there is any form of payment either in terms of money, goods or services in return for flying for a client. While the pilot ay be prosecuted, you may also be held responsible. In addition to these fees, you could find yourself liable for damages that result from operating the drone. Providing aerial photography and videography, drones are capable of capturing a huge amount of detail including things that shouldn’t end up on film. If these devices violate a person’s privacy rights in any way, you and the unlicensed pilot could be held accountable. Licensed Operators understand the limits of privacy laws and how to direct the drone in a way that won’t violate these rights. UK Drone Licensing requires an individual to show they understand how to not only operate a drone, but also how to fly  in a variety various conditions such as avoiding obstacles or considerations of bad weather. Without this knowledge, the risk of an accident increases, putting you and others in danger.

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