Photography shoots and coronavirus (COVID-19) in Tier 3
Posted 27 October 2020
With a new week comes a new set of regulations with South Yorkshire moving into Tier 3.
As a 'tradesperson' I am still permitted to carry out outdoor photo shoots and "visit people to carry out work in their homes", as well as visit commercial premises for product/web photography, as long as they are carried out within the boundaries of South Yorkshire.
However, in order that social distancing can be maintained, the space available needs to be suitable for the number of people being photographed, which may mean that in smaller homes I will only be able to carry out portrait photography for 1-2 people at the same time. For more 'natural' photography where a backdrop is not required - such as my Family Portrait Shoots - families of 2 adults and 2-3 children should be possible.
For more detailed information please see my previous post on Tier 2 by clicking here.
If you are looking to have a photo shoot for a special upcoming occassion, such as a birthday or anniversary, please get in touch and we can discuss the practicalities and whether the photo shoot could safely go ahead.
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