I have been fortunate enough to be hired by The Sharp Project and SharpFutures to shoot lots of photography assignments in and around The Sharp Project. You will no doubt have seen lots of my work in The Sharp Project brochure, new website and many blog post, flyers and news articles. We have decided to make these images available to tenants and outside agencies through a managed process. Part of this process is the development of fully functional online photography library where, with permissions and terms agreed, both tenants and outside agencies can download and use the photography either as high resolution for printing purposes or low resolution for online usage.
What you will find in the Photography Library
First and foremost you will find high quality professional photographs of The Sharp Project. These photographs can be viewed as thumbnails and then expanded for a closer look. You also find the image size in pixels and aspect ratio. The Library has been segmented into sections as follows:
Accessing the Photography Library and image usage
The Photography Library is password protected so you will need to email Tom Clark in the first instance and explain why you need access and how the photography will be used. Tom will then contact Colin Boulter, Neilson Reeves Photography Red 37 who owns copyright on all photography. If Tom is happy for the images to be used I will discuss usage fees or some other form of usage payment such as credit with website link back to www.neilsonreeves.co.uk.
Examples of images you will find in The Sharp Project Photography Library