CASE STUDIES: NATWEST
Location Photography

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The Royal Bank of Scotland and Natwest required bespoke location photography for over 400 locations as part of their new branch refurbishment programme.

The project entailed photographing local scenes for each branch, and creating high resolution panoramas which could be printed to cover entire walls within the individual banks.

Over a 3 year period, the CPN created a library of over 120,000 images covering the whole of the UK, many of which can now be seen in the newly refitted branches.

As well as providing the images, the CPN project managed all of the photography, briefing the photographers, liaising with the marketing team at RBS and Natwest, co-ordinating the photography and providing one central point for invoicing.

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