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The Liverpool Post Business Awards and City Halls Photography

photos of st. georges hall liverpool daily post business awards 2013 Always a pleasure to be photographing inside the majestic St Georges Hall, Liverpool. It was my first official job after winning the tender for Liverpool City Halls photography. Was delighted to be selected to cover such incredible venues such as the Liverpool Town Hall and St Georges Hall. It's the first official tender i've applied for - (usually too busy or too lazy!) so was great to have been chosen!

photos of st. georges hall liverpool daily post business awards 2013

photos of st. georges hall liverpool daily post business awards 2013

photos of st. georges hall liverpool daily post business awards 2013

photos of st. georges hall liverpool daily post business awards 2013

Such an amazing venue for events. Was great to be able to have a quick listen to Julie Meyer - and to photograph some of Liverpool's finest...

 

I'll be covering all sorts of events in the next year or so and capturing the essence of each of these amazing venues. They truly are "jewels in the Liverpool crown" and I look forward to helping the world find out about them!

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Celebrating the film-makers of Liverpool...

A great night out to celebrate some of the young film-making talent of Liverpool. Sponsored by Atlantic Chambers, and held at FACT - the overall winner was Paul Banner for his short film, The Thing About Being A Man. The night then carried on over the road to Alma de Cuba. It's always a challenge to photograph in Alma de Cuba, with there being little ambient light to play with. First shot is taken on a tripod with the ISO cranked up to about 1600. A live band came on later and it was a great chance to get the 70 - 200VR out and meter for the candle light behind the band. Quite like the silhouette of this young Chinese double-bassist - and even though there's not much light, there's always a few different shots to be had. To head back to Ant Clausen Photography - click here