A comprehensive expert photography service for wine makers, craft beer brewers & distillers of spirits bought to you by Ian Pack a experienced professional photographer & video film maker who's been in the business since the 1980s.
We create studio & location bottle shots, including white & transparent backdrops; studio & location portraits; vistas & vineyards including video & aerial drone still and moving images.
We don't make fine wine, but do create fine images!
E: Click here to email Ian
T: +44 7710 81466
S: C/o Paul Noble Photographic
Unit 4, Teknol House
Burgess Hill West Sussex RH15 9LH
B I O !
With a face fit for radio I'd much rather be behind a camera f609; I don't like to be pigeon-holed and love working on varied assignments which attract & inspire me, whether it's a simple product shot or multi-camera video production.
I'm a established commercial & editorial photographer and film maker. I started in the media business during the early 1980s producing in-house still, video & printed media for a multi-national financial services group. I even photographed a few hundred weddings over the years!
I've been freelance since 1993 and originally trained in video production at Leeds Polytechnic, now Leeds Metropolitan University and television production management with TVS now Meridian TV.
I work on a wide variety of projects with businesses and agencies throughout the UK.
In accordance with Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, the copyright in all images photographic or otherwise and designs remain with Ian Pack. Ian Pack Photography, The PACK Shot Co & PACKShots.biz are trading names of Ian Pack. This applies to the design of this web site, the content, including text and images. This Web site does not contain any Royalty-free images.
What is Copyright?
It is a property right vested in works which authors have created. The law of copyright protects against unauthorised use of works and entitles the copyright owner to economic benefit. You will no doubt understand that copyrights on the images displayed on this site are valuable assets. Remember, a professional photographer earns his/her living from the creation of images. Anyone, whether an individual or business, who reproduces a photograph in breach of copyright is liable to be sued for damages. Many breaches of copyright are a criminal offense punishable by imprisonment, a fine or both. If you use any of my images without prior arrangement, or in a manner different to that agreed, then it amounts to theft.
Removing a watermark from images and publishing in any media, online or offline is a breach of copyright.
What this means to you
You cannot download, forward, save, retrieve, store, print or do anything with any images displayed on this website, social media channel or other online resource except look at them. If you want a copy of an image, or would like to reproduce any image on your web site or in a brochure please contact me to agree a usage license & reproduction/usage fee.
Definition of REPRODUCTION
Includes any form of copying or publication of the whole or part of any picture whether by printing, photography, slide projection (whether or not to an audience), xerography/photo-copying, artist’s reference, artist’s illustration, layout or presentation, electronic, digital or mechanical means or by any other means now or not now known. Reproduction further includes the use of or reference to the whole or part of any picture in the creation of another picture, which may be completely different from the original picture, in particular when such difference is caused wholly or partly by computer, electronic, digital, mechanical or any other means.
Online photos can’t simply be re-published, EU court rules Internet users must get photographer’s permission even if images were already freely accessible, says ECJ
UK Intellectual Property Office
Copyright Notice: digital images, photographs and the internet Copyright Notice Number: 1/2014 Updated: March 2014
Company directors found personally liable for copyright breach in IPEC
The Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 is quite clear in s.107 that infringement for commercial purposes is a criminal act as well as a civil tort for which damages can be claimed.
Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC) UK