Christmas Card with 6B Digital

Fun, Nativity scene

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Christmas Card with 6B Digital

My good friends at 6B Digital wanted to send out a Christmas card to their clients and friends but wanted something a little different!  We all received those boring, mundane Christmas cards from corporate clients and the last thing that they wanted was something along these lines. When Kate rang me up to chat about it, I already had pictures in my head and started Googling where I could hire a stable?  But, then I came back down to reality and realised that was going to be a little bit grand for the idea and the logistics of getting so many people together was already becoming quite difficult. In fact, we had one window of about 30 mins where we could make sure everyone was there.  

The morning of the shoot I walked in and people were discussing buying last minute costumes, not being able to get what they wanted and in my head, I thought it wasn't going to plan. When everyone started to arrive in their costumes I was very surprised at how fab they looked. I also loved the fact that some of the costumes were a little different, a reindeer that looked like a leopard, Baby Jesus with a moustache, people with kids onesies.  So, the scene was set.  Now, from my original plan and vision of a stable, I now had 1 option, a white wall in the boardroom.  Twenty-one people in the room was a tight squeeze (it's a good job their friends) and with some rearranging and lots of standing on chairs, we now had something that might actually work.

After shooting the main picture we then decided it would be rude to not have a bit of fun and mix it up (I like to cause chaos) we went for a bit of an alternative approach and I absolutely love these pictures.  

Finally, I can't take credit for the final picture. Lily at 6B is a Photoshop Wizard so with her skills she managed to create a fabulous Christmas card which helps their agency stand out from all others.

Have a very Merry Christmas and if you want some fun pictures in your workplace just get in contact.


John Steel Photography
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