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In a break from the usually more lighthearted blog content - this post is here to answer any questions you may have in relation to my working practices that I am putting in place as I begin to capture your moments again following the Covid-19 lockdown.

I think if we're honest we'd all like to say that we genuinely spend a decent amount of time outside. In reality? Mmm...we probably spend more time indoors than we'd care to admit, and lets face it, a good chunk of time staring at a screen of some description.

Suddenly, the world as we know it has changed, shifted would probably be a more accurate way of putting it, since this has all happened so quickly. Like most of us, our days right now go from feeling optimistic and gung-ho one minute to despair and endless questions the next, about what’s going on or what might happen in the months to come.

A year from now, assuming life as we knew it has resumed (or a mark two version of it), our recollections of lockdown life will have no doubt faded, as memories of experiences good or bad inevitably do. 

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PERSONAL BRANDING PHOTOGRAPHY: WHAT IS IT & WHY DO I NEED IT?

wednesday 28 APRIL 2021

Branding or personal branding are terms banded around frequently these days but what do they even mean? At face value, many people’s perception of branding is pretty simple; a desirable set of brand colours, a badass logo and maybe a quirky tagline which is why the very notion of having to create something so much more in depth than this seems daunting and mythical to so many business owners and entrepreneurs. 

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Arleen Bathgate Photography is located on the Suffolk, Norfolk border on the coast of East Anglia, UK but also loves to travel (with camera)!