ALS Aviation Logistics was looking to create new content for a marketing campaign and needed a Hanoi Photographer with corporate photography and lifestyle photography experience. I presented them a portfolio of my work and they felt my photography style would really compliment the vision they had for their company.
Essentially we were creating a image library with everything from office lifestyle photography, warehouse photography and aerial drone photography. We were given a 3 day production and the schedule was challenging as we were only given certain windows to shoot the aircraft that ALS uses. Making photographs at an airport you have to deal with all the logistics of security and still get the images the client needs. You can’t just stand on a runway (I did try) and wait for the moment to happen 😉
I really did love the hero sunset shot with the ALS member looking at the plane.
All in all the client was very happy with what we produced and they have really great feedback from their marketing campaign.
If your company is looking for a Hanoi Photographer to update your company’s media portfolio of your operations in Vietnam please do not hesitate to contact us.
Here is a selection of images from the shoot.
It is always a nice surprise to see some beams of sunlight streaming in and getting a photo of the client’s operation where that lighting can help emphasize some drama to the shot.
I also had a great time standing on the front of a loader and hanging off of it as 3 of them all moved together at 20km/hr which you can see below.
In order to get an idea on how busy the area was we wanted to make sure we get some slow shutter blur tracking of their operations. Just make the images have more energy to them than just a photo where everything is sharp.
We had to take this shot hanging out of the car as we were not allowed to stand on the runway. Also got lucky with timing a plane taking off.
We had 10 min only to be allowed in the airplane by the captain of the plane to get these interior plane loading shots. It was a rush be we got the shots needed.