If you like event photography that tells a story, reflects the energy and atmosphere of your event through discreet , candid , photo journalistic style, then we’re on the same page.
Initially coming from a street photography background, where an ability to capture shots taken in fast, dynamic stye rather than having people pose for every shot is key, this style of candid event photography has been appreciated by past and current clients resulting in being chosen as the official Photographer selected for brands including social media giant LinkedIN, shooting all their big events in London. Including a LinkedIN-Twitter joint Event , Advertising Week Europe, Unbiased Media Awards, Smith – Henderson Franchise Awards , Clerkenwell Design week’s Caesar Ceramics, the Sussex County Cricket team and several Events at BAFTA.
And covering everything from Annual General Meetings, Conferences, Birthday Parties, Christenings, Award ceremonies, Charity Events , and Bar and Bat Mitzvah’s, serving mainly London and the South East .
Areas covered include, London, Brighton, Kent, Sussex, Essex, Surrey, Hertfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Leicester, Birmingham, and Bedfordshire.
If your event is happening further afield, do get in touch and we’ll be happy to give you a quote. Email email@example.com stating where and when your event is happening and we’ll be in touch with a competitive quote.
With a long track record shooting Events for both Corporate Clients such as US Social media site LinkedIN, and private high and Low profile clients alike, you can trust So Tangy to deliver great Photography and Videography every time.
Birthday girl Maria, and friend. Watch her video below
When telling a story (that’s what social photography is all about, after all), it’s important to capture – and, crucially, keep hold of – the viewer’s attention. This is achieved by having a diverse range of engaging pictures on show.
Nobody wants to look at a set of pictures all shot from the same angle on the same lens, again and again – it would be boring! As a photographer, it’s important for you to know when to engage directly with your subjects and when to step back and photograph them as they act naturally.