Just how many camera puns can I squeeze into an article based on the continuing success and innovative future plans of a cracking Australian Professional Photography business?
None whatsoever, there’s really no need, we’re all grown-ups here.
Instead, I’ll just simply announce that in today’s all-new Martin Print Case Study, we focus on……no, sorry, that one was purely accidental. I’ll start again.
I meant to say that in today’s new study, we take a close-up look at the developing story of Zenfoto.
Roy Leigh’s long-running family business delivers a fresh new angle in professional photography which really puts his thriving small business in the big picture.
By sharp contrast, his entrepreneurial son Nikias Leigh, is now focusing on developing a visionary new franchising model for the business.
We caught up with Nikias for a candid chat about the background of this thriving family business, in which he sheds new light on the future plans of Zenfoto.
Phew! A couple may have crept in there, but I think we got away with it…..
Some of us are more photogenic than others.
The last time I had my photograph taken was a couple of weeks ago, whilst I was on holiday.
I was just reaching the end of a momentous 300-mile coastal walk (it might have been slightly less, I’m just going on what it felt like to me – probably best to knock a couple of noughts off that figure) and I had decided that I wanted my photograph taken, as I stood majestically on the clifftops.
I politely asked a passer-by if he would do me the honour of taking my camera and capturing this glorious moment. I was hoping that the resulting photograph would accurately depict me as the magnificent explorer, proudly celebrating yet another adventurous achievement, as I stood at the very edge of the clifftops and gazed out to sea in search of my next triumph.
It didn’t quite work out like that.