Established by Geoff Brown in 1988, as a corporate, industrial and mining photography studio in Johannesburg, South Africa, services include the meticulous planning and execution of all assignments.
Careful planning is the key to making any project proceed smoothly. From briefings, style and format decisions, through travel and security arrangements, we take the lead to make the project as effortless as possible for the client.
Whatever the end collateral may be, ad, brochure, annual reports or website, our goal is to deliver unique, dynamic and arresting images that make our client's company look great.
Services Include - Industrial, mining, corporate, construction and architectural photography.
FROM THE PHOTOGRAPHER
Geoff Brown occupies a very fortunate niche - being able to combine a lifelong facination and passion for both photography and the industrialised world. This and years of experience is the backbone to creating compelling, unusual and exciting industrial, mining and corporate photographs.
From a personal point of view, being involved in industrial photography is like living on the Discovery channel, and each shoot is an opportunity to share that experience with the viewer.
From the operational side, being properly prepared and expecting the unexpected, which comes from years of experience, is the only way to make sure we are in the right place at the right time, for best light and subject interest, to create the best possible images.
Geoff Brown Industrial Photographer
Specialising in industrial photography - factory and plant, mining and construction, with corporate portraiture, architecture, aerial and product photography as associated services.
City and Guilds of London Photography 744 - 1982
Licenciateship of British Institute of Professional Photography 1987
Apprenticed in industrial photography in London and Northampton 1987 / 1988
Co-founder, owner and principal photographer - Planet KB Photography - 1988 to present
The Planet KB studio is located in Rivonia, north of Johannesburg on 2000 square meters of garden.
Although corporate and industrial photography is mostly confined to location, there are occasions where the studio is essential in rounding out the full service offered.
The 200 square meter, purpose built studio is capable of handling large sets and vehicles and is fully air conditioned. It has a solid concrete infinity curve (cyclorama) across two sides of it's 13 metre width as well as an electrically driven, centre tilting and rotating, 10 x 5 metre bounce-board.
Some brief points of interest on our experiences in mining and industrial photography in Southern Africa