Rich Dyson, LRPS is an Edinburgh based photographer, experienced in a wide range of styles. His work has been used in publications such as The Times, Daily Telegraph and The Guardian and exhibited in locations including the Scottish Parliament. His friendly nature makes people feel at ease in front of the camera which makes for great images.
He works with a number of commercial organisations including Royal Mail, the Post Office, and Network Rail. He is a member of the Royal Photographic Society.
Rich prides himself on the quality of his work and the work-flow process that he has developed to ensure that clients receive edited images as soon as possible after the photo-shoot.
I love that my job means that I get to meet interesting people, go to exciting places and indulge in a passion.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
I have worked with some large organisations who feature employees that have done something amazing, yet often they are so humble. The job of a photographer isn't just taking a picture. It's talking to the person, understanding who they are and then finding a way to bring this out in a portrait.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
I have a Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society
A fun fact about this photographer
Before I became a professional photographer, I played in Brass Bands. In 1991, the band I played for won the European Championships!