Contact Andy Hiseman
Why use a photographer?
The quick answer: please browse my portfolio, and compare it with images taken by your members and staff on their smart phones and tablets. Snapshots are awesome for social media .. but you can't beat a well-taken professional photograph if you really want to sell your facility.
If you're a golf club, resort, hotel or golf academy, speak to the media and they'll confirm what a relief it is when clubs send them professional high-resolution photographs. Top-quality photos are essential for any commercially-minded club. Your website, social media, apps, advertisements, brochures, leaflets, posters and banners will transform.
You will recoup the cost of the shoot many times over in the extra publicity you'll receive.
As for the golf course ... more or less any can look glorious, if captured at the right moment, and from the right angle. Especially in the 'magic hour' around sunrise and sunset...
Let's see those Testimonials
Please click HERE to read my full Testimonials PDF (opens in new window).
Do you do more than Golf?
Yes. I have done many Spa & Leisure, Hotel, Commercial and Lifestyle shoots, plus an awful lot of People and the odd Pet (some very odd).
If you like my style, ask me for a quote - whether you need photographs for your website, brochure, press release, product launch, or for any other reason - including your family.
Top quality imagery sells your business. There's a lot of competition out there, and great-looking visuals will help you to win you new customers time and again.
Who is Andy Hiseman?
Nikon Professional photographer, PR consultant and media buyer based in South Yorkshire, UK. See www.flagstick.co.uk for PR & media agency. Golf is a specialist subject, but I enjoy all photography equally. Please call +44 (0)7795 360112 or email email@example.com.
What about Costs?
Please call or email me - I will ask you about the brief, and will give you a quote as soon as possible.
I can also send you a PDF Brochure by email, which answers many questions. Just ask!