The William Caxton public house in Tenterden
Situated at the end of Tenterden’s charming High Street, the historic William Caxton offers a warm welcome and a fine range of Shepherd Neame ales. The charming, traditional pub is a perfect base from which to explore the delights of the Cinque Port town, including the nearby Kent & East Sussex Railway. The Grade II listed building – named after the 15th century merchant who introduced the printing press to England and was reputedly born in Tenterden – benefits from a log burning fire and beams, all adding to the image of a cosy English pub.
With all of the photography that I cover for Shepherd Neame it works across a wide range of photography, interiors I always use where possible natural light, the food photography is very much the same principle. The chef had produced a wide selection of dishes, which all looked and smelt stunning, from burgers to pigeon and chocolate torte the food on offer is certainly well worth a visit to this pub. Settings for the food photography varied on the dark or light colours involved, depth of field ranged from 2.8-3.5 just to create a nice soft focus behind the main point of focus. After covering all areas of the Caxton the last job of the day was off to Maidstone and Canterbury to cover the used car photography for Renault and Motorline specialist cars, nice way to finish off the day taking photos of an Aston Martin Vantage.