|Full name||Pete Jenkins|
Pete Jenkins and Detail Photography, has an expanding digital photo-library - extensive stock material of Nottingham and the East Midlands, Union, politics, child and parenting issues, heritage events, and locations around the UK. He is also a regular contributor to many trade publications including the British Journal of Photography, Press Gazette and The Journalist. Pete has 'blogged' for the Professional Photographer Magazine where his insight and experience was valued by both the editorial team and the professionals to whom the publication is addressed. Pete writes for many publications on the Photographic and journalism related issues of the moment from copyright to underpayment. He also speaks at seminars on subjects as varied as stock photography and copyright. He hosts seminars regularly at Calumet branches on a variety of subjects and has been a speaker on copyright at the REDEYE National Photography Symposium in 2009, 2010 and 2011. He has also spoken at 'Own-it' and 'National Union of Journalists events'. Much of Pete's work is now focussed on Trade Unions, conferences and speakers. Recent projects have found him at conferences, numerous union activities, professional speaker events, and public demonstrations on behalf of many agencies and trade exhibitions. Clients use him to create the right image in printed material, on the web and in their marketing through their photographs.
|Editorial work||Features writing, Picture editing, Photography|
|Media outlets regularly worked for||
The British Journal of Photography, Press Gazette, The Journalist, Digital Photo Pro, Professional Photographer, Amateur Photographer, The Metro, The Guardian, Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy, Living with Dementia Magazine
|PR writing||Contact me for more information|
|Last updated||02-07-2017 13:11|
With more than thirty years experience, Photographic Consultant Pete Jenkins has first-hand working knowledge of the Photographic Industry, including editorial, commercial, and Public Relations sectors.
Understanding as he does that a supreme quality image will repay its cost many times over; he strives to work with clients who share that mindset. Those individuals and organisations that appreciate, as he does, that a high quality web site or publication can only be so with the best possible images. These people are his target market.
Detail Photography, his business, has an expanding digital photo-library - extensive stock material of Nottingham and the East Midlands, child and parenting issues, heritage events, and locations around the UK. As a regular contributor to many trade publications including The British Journal of Photography, Press Gazette and The Journalist, he also has a column in Digital Photo Pro, where his insight and experience is valued by both the editorial team and the professionals to whom the publication is addressed.
Much of Petes’ work is now focussed on conferences and speakers. Recent projects have found him at conferences, numerous union activities, professional speaker events, and public demonstrations on behalf of many agencies and trade exhibitions. Clients use him to create the right image in printed material, on the web and in their marketing through their photographs.
This meticulously high standard can only be achieved with constant attention to detail; care and diligence are always at the forefront in preparation of presentations. Clients past and present have come to rely on and appreciate that time and effort goes into every image, resulting in a product that delivers. Every time. The standard that can be expected from all projects includes correct colour profiling and checking, with the final package offering appropriately labelled image files and contact sheets. All packages are sent by Post Office Special Delivery with its guaranteed delivery time and insurance cover.
At a time when too many photographic images do not meet the standards that should be acceptable to any professional organisation, Pete Jenkins knows that those identifying with his enthusiasm and professionalism will surely appreciate his work. In the current market, where ‘good enough’ is too frequently the attitude, Pete Jenkins does not compromise his standards; his clients’ only want the best and so does he.
- Civil Engineering
- Civil Service & NGOs
- Consumer: Animals
- Consumer: Arts & Crafts
- Consumer: Entertainment & Arts
- Consumer: Food & Drink
- Consumer: Home & Garden
- Current Affairs
- Drinks Trade
- Events & Conferences
- Food Industry
- Garden Trade
- Local News: East Midlands
- Marketing & Promotion
- Materials & Mining
- Media Industry
- National News: UK & IE
- Personnel Management
- Print & Packaging
- Trade Unions
- Trade: Agriculture & Rural Affairs
- Trade: Arts & Crafts
- Trade: Entertainment Industry
- Trade: Interiors
- Trade: Music
- Trade: Pet & Veterinary
- Wood & Paper