Mark Bramley

This page celebrates one of the great yacht photographers, Mark Bramley

MARK BRAMLEY

The renowned photographer Mark Bramley who was born in Sydney, Australia, captures superyachts in their natural splendour. He has a professional eye for light and detail. Mark is a highly sought-after superyacht photographer for private as well as charter superyacht owners. He started off photographing friends in the surf which in turn led to his amazing career in photography. Working for one of Australia’s largest magazine publishers he soon decided to relocate to London in the UK where is now a multi award-winning photographer. He divides his time between Sydney, LA and London as well as photographing all over the world. Mark has won many prestigious international photography awards including “best use of photography in an advertising campaign” and “car advertising”. He also has a very impressive list of clientele, ranging from Rolls Royce, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Land Rover and Princess Yachts. One of his latest pieces of photography was advertising the BMW 3 Series which was shown on billboards around the United Kingdom.

princes yachts by Mark Bramley

Taking fantastic photographs for Princess Yachts took Mark to the Mediterranean where he captured some of the most beautiful shots of superyachts. Some of his work takes days of pre-production, many shooting days and a couple of weeks of post-production. Mark always makes sure each shot perfectly represents the lighting, colour palette and angle of the subject. He spends a lot of his time taking photographs of vehicles, sunsets, landscapes and everything from motorway bridges to vacant airfields. His eye for detail is incomparable. Mark is an inspiring photographer with a style all of his own who captures scenes that are crisp as well as clean. With reality and grit, his breath-taking landscapes have to be seen to be believed. His unique style and love for his work make Mark Bramley one of the world’s most celebrated photographers.

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