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11 Years Since New Beginnings

Celebrating 11 years of being under the ownership of Ian Leslie, we look back at our humble beginnings and see how we’ve evolved with an ever-competitive industry.   When High Level Photography was established in 1985 by founder Keith Hallam, it ran successfully specialising in Highway CCTV surveys and commercial property photography. When Keith decided […]

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A Day in the Life – On assignment with a High Level Photographer (Part 2)

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Time to venture inside. From our experience we find that apart from the ever unpredictable UK weather, internals can be the most problematic and time consuming element of our job. Often the photographer reports on site as pre-arranged by our client only to find the relevant contact is not available or doesn’t know anything about […]

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A Day in the Life – On assignment with a High Level Photographer (Part 1)

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Camera bag checked, cards formatted, van packed, weather checked – ready to go. Another day in the life of a High Level photographer setting off from the office near Woking, Surrey, heading out on the road to nowhere – or on this occasion, Greenwich in East London! Having been thoroughly briefed by the Ops Manager […]

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Diary of a Long Distance Aerial Photographer – Part Two

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Finally we head inland to our next site which is an industrial estate in Gateshead where a cloud shadow over our target checked our progress as we waited for it to clear. Once complete we pinned our ears back for another long leg, this time heading west to Preston, Lancashire. Our track took us over […]

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Diary of a Long Distance Aerial Photographer – Part One

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Tyres kicked, pre-flight checks complete, fuel tanks full, bladders empty, tower clearance received and away we go… Climbing into the Surrey skies for an aerial photography mission that will take us in a big circuit around much of England. It is one of those rare weather days in the UK where the forecasts are pretty […]

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So You Want To Use A Drone?

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In recent times, drone requests have become “de rigueur” for many clients and this is something High Level can help with. The High Level drones are sent into the air on a regular basis for both stills and video work under the control of our trained and qualified operators, but it’s not always as simple as […]

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New Year Fireworks Spectacular

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A High Level View of London’s New Year Fireworks Spectacular! Working at High Level gets us into many unique and wonderful locations. Being commissioned for a photographic shoot whilst getting a front row seat in a luxury penthouse to view the New Year fireworks display in Central London, was an opportunity that was too good to pass […]

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A Birds eye view of the M25

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Consultation Atkins, one of the world’s most respected Design, Engineering and Project Management Consultancies, recently commissioned High Level Photography to come up with a photographic solution for elevated views of several M25 motorway intersections. The purpose was to illustrate them within the context of their surroundings, show the existing road layout and the surrounding lands […]

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A Different Take on the Team Shot

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An Almost Impossible Team Challenge!   To mark the launch of our new website, plans were put in place for a spectacular team shot to match. Trying to co-ordinate the entire High Level team is somewhat akin to herding cats! However, the challenge gauntlet was thrown down and a date was set for a new […]

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Behind the Scenes – An Alternative Use for a Crane!

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Up, Up and Away Last Friday, one of our intrepid photographers Sam Gormley made his way into London to shoot some view photography, hanging from a crane! Take at look at this behind-the-scenes snippet of Sam’s adventure and witness the dizzying lengths that High Level go to in order to get the job done: Behind the […]

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