Making an image fit for a Palace – and as large!!

It’s always great to work with nice clients on interesting projects, and it’s even better when it’s at a stunning venue like Blenheim Palace

SCG Photography was tasked with creating a high quality image that is a direct replica of the Orangery at Blenheim Palace while vital restoration work is done to the roof. The main complication was that the client wanted one continuous image on a 20 meter long wall! So, the wall has been shot in over 140 sections and hand stitched together in Photoshop in order to create a file that will look hyper realistic and provide a great visual for visitors coming to the Palace during this construction period.

Producing a large image for hoarding & exhibition graphics is something I have become somewhat of a specialist at in recent years and whilst it usually comprises of lots of images and lots of edit time, the results can truly add the “wow factor” to what can otherwise be a literally HUGE missed advertising opportunity!

Huge thanks to Savvy Group and to Nigel Murphy for including SCG Photography in this amazing restoration project and from what I’ve seen already of the other locations I know the finished artwork for these hoardings is going to look incredible thanks to Mark Sutton at Creative Gravy! 

We can’t wait to share the results! 

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Behind The Scenes TikTok

On location at Blenheim Palace

Stop-frame of editing process of over 150 images in order to create a life-size version of the Orangery wall.