Tuesday 7 October 2008

Portrait photography at Pfizer in Sandwich, Kent

I was hired by the American science magazine 'The Scientist' last week to take a portrait shot of some of the people involved with Celsentri (maraviroc), Pfizer's new anti-HIV medicine, that was discovered and developed at Sandwich. I only had a 5 minute session for photography so I did a very quick location scout before meeting up with them. It was then primarily a question of getting them looking relaxed and in pin-sharp focus. The ambient light was underexposed by -2/3 stops and the subjects were flash-lit with flash exposure compensation of -2/3 stops.

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