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18/07/16
We've had a cracking start to July! The last two weeks have been busy for the team both in and out of the studio, plus we've been celebrating the upcoming release of the book '1966: The 50th Anniversary', thanks to Vision Sports Publishing.

The exclusive book is officially released this week to coincide with the 50th anniversary of England winning the World Cup. July 30th, a date etched in history! IMAGE: Skipper: Bobby Moore / 'Hatrick Hero': Geoff Hurst (left):
The month kicked off with White Stuff's Autumn/Winter collection, before fast forwarding to winter, shooting press images for their Christmas Gift Guide (yes, Christmas in July!). The team then continued to capture White STuff's A/W windows, as well as further wholesale catalogue images.

Glamour magazine sent in their top Fashion Merch picks, followed by winter coats, and jumpers and blouses for a shoulder detail story.

The team then captured Ennali Couture's latest pieces on 3D mannequin, thanks to TASK PR, with more collection pieces expected this week.

Continuing the fashion focus, the studio joined forces with model and creative agency Scout Management on a big fashion quote through partners Ec2i. For more information on our exciting new partnership, make sure to check out this month's blog (coming soon).

Outside of the studio, photography director Paul Downes enjoyed two different location shoots in the same week with design partner Kube.

Firstly, Paul joined Nic from Kube in Fulham, London, to shoot Anatomic Shoes' AW16 campaign, with props from onsite neighbours the National Theatre. It was a full team joining the client, including male model Jamie, work experience Lizzy (sister of our friend and client Hannah from HMH Couture), and, not forgetting, Monty the dog!

Retouching images from the Anatomic shoot continued on into the following week, including retouching a banner image for their website. You can check out our shots for the brand here (all still-life and model images by 3Objectives).

Later in the week Paul and Kube partnered again, but this time on location in Chelmsford, Essex, shooting cable laying equipment for new website C&D Construction.

Back in the studio, we welcomed MediaBlaze's Timberland Global Acccount Managers, and on a separate occassion Phillips & Southern, for a series of corporate head shots. We also had a visit from a potential mystery new client. More to be revealed soon...

We were then delighted to be working again with Roderick Charles on a model Look Book shoot for their new suit brand Bertie Wooster (aimed at the younger market). Pictures from the shoot to follow.

This week we'll be continuing shooting for White Stuff's wholesale catalogue, as well as a beauty product shoot for the brand.

We're also due to receive the latest dress drop from Lipstick Boutique/Sistaglam, as well as being set to edit final images for Joseph Ribkoff.

Later this month we're planning a visit to the Southbank Centre, who are presenting a solo showcase of emerging artist Hormazd Narielwalla's latest work 'Lost Gardens'. The exhibition is open until 21st October, and we thoroughly recommend a visit.

And, if you haven't already, make sure to check out the exciting new platform launch Everpress, which allows you to create and sell custom made merchandise. We already have a few ideas on t-shirt designs at the studio!

Watch this space for further details on what else we get up to this week.

For more information on our photography and film services, contact the studio.