Commercial photography for Basepoint in Kent and Essex
First stop today was Tilbury, with temperatures not rising above 3 degrees it was a cold start, shortly followed by a short drive to one of the newest cones in the Basepoint portfolio at Dartford. The centre has a very clean and modern feel to it and provided some nice abstract images from the shoot, a blue sky was absent which would have made a great contrast with the white and turquoise of the buildings. The two afternoon centres were in Northfleet and Chatham, the first being a converted farmhouse, the Old Rectory which is a grade 2 listed building from the 16th century. With thatched roofs and wooden beams around the building it was a completely different structure to photograph. Last stop of the day and the Joinery which is based in the heart of Chatham Historic Dockyards, a great setting and the refurb inside the building had been designed around the history of the location but still with a modern feel to it, great to photograph internally. With just three centres left to cover the assignment is almost complete, Newhaven, Folkestone and Ipswich left.