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Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak update

Updated: Jun 10

What are we doing at Stuart Bailey Photography?

Commercial, Advertising, and Lifestyle Photographer, London UK


My priority as a photography business is to be responsible and respectful to my client's health as well as my own.

Therefore I am taking these necessary steps to do my bit during the outbreak of the Coronavirus disease here in the UK.


1. Event Photography: Obviously, I will no longer be photographing events until the government has said that it is safe for mass gatherings again.


2. Meetings: Meetings with new or existing clients will be conducted over the phone or preferably by video call via Google Hangouts, Zoom, FaceTime or WhatsApp for the foreseeable future.


3. Travel: I am limiting my travels, especially into Central London and crowded places, and will not be taking public transport.


4. Disinfecting of Equipment: Before and after every shoot I am disinfecting all my equipment; bags, cameras, lenses, phone, car and keys. Anything that could be vulnerable.


5. Masks: If the job requires photographing or meeting people, I now wear a mask to help protect myself and others.


6. Safe Distance Markings and Signage: For headshots, I am marking on the ground the safe 2 metre (6ft) distance so that it's clear for my clients where is safe to stand.

I am also putting up signs on the meeting room doors etc to show that there is a photo shoot taking place to stop accidental entry.

Where possible, I am also implementing an in/out system for people flow.


7. Personal Measures: I am working from and staying at home as much as possible. I am also limiting going to public places unless absolutely necessary, like food shopping once a week during quiet periods.


8. Bookings: I am now taking bookings again, but keeping to strict physical distancing measures.

I can now take commercial photography bookings again according to the new rules on lockdown.


I can also do portrait and headshot photography adhering to the physical distancing rules to keep 2 metres (6ft) apart.

Even during normal times, the lenses I use for portrait photography means I usually keep 2 - 5 metres apart from my subject anyway.


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9. Online Shop: I have set up an online shop where people can buy photo prints and wall art.

Digital Downloads are also available from as little as £1, so check them out!


If you can and would like to support my business during this time, you can find my online shop here: https://www.stuartbaileyphoto.com/shop



Note: I will be updating this Covid-19 update blog as things continue.


For more information and the latest updates on the Coronavirus issue, please visit the UK Government’s website: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

Many thanks

Stuart Bailey

Commercial, Advertising, & Lifestyle Photographer | London, UK

www.StuartBaileyPhoto.com


Email: contact@stuartbaileyphoto.com

Phone: (+44) 07762 900 132

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