Obviously you've always wanted to shoot on board an old ship on the Thames.
Maybe THAT scene from Titanic has been branded on your creative memory as something you just have to photograph.
But, do you want to shoot in a truly unique location with a semi-industrial feel....
A floating lighthouse, a ship carrying a lighthouse tower.
Built in 1938 in riveted steel she is 134 feet long. The tower rises 15 meters from water level.
The ship offers different environments with distinctive characters, ranging from the raw riveted steel of the former machine room to the cosy spaces of the gallery and mess room.
The crew's cabins have been preserved with their original furnishings.
There are many original features on the 2 inch teak deck including bitts, ropes, and steel chain.
The tower and wheelhouse offer spectacular views over the Royal Docks and Millennium Mills.
So many opportunities for amazing photos.
Friday 23rd September
Morning Shoot - 9.30am-1pm - Places Available
6 Photographers and 3 Models 2:1 Ratio
Afternoon Shoot - 1.30pm-5pm
3 Photographers and 3 Models - 1:1 Ratio
Location - Royal Victoria Dock, London E16