The Internet might have caused some experts to question the value of original photography, but in many ways, it increases it.
A story with unique, high-quality pictures will rank higher in search engines than one without, or with a stock shot. And a good picture still makes a story on the printed page.
Stephen Pritchard’s images have appeared on their own, and alongside his writing, in titles including The Daily Telegraph, the Mail on Sunday, The Independent, and the Financial Times.
As well as packages of words, pictures and multimedia content, he undertakes standalone photographic assignments for a range of clients, and offers pictures from events and conferences.
Outside work his photographic interests include architecture, urban images and landscapes.