Wedding and Portrait Photography That Takes The Time to Capture What You ARE Like, Not Just What You Look Like.
Are you finding it tricky choosing a wedding or portrait photographer? Throughout Peterborough, Oundle, Stamford and St Ives you’ll find dozens of photographers, so how do you know who’s the right one for you?
Why choose me?
My wedding and family portrait pages explain in great detail why you’ll love those specific areas of my photography service. However, the bottom line is that my photography is all about getting to know you and your family and understanding exactly what you want and like. Everything is tailored around you.
You won’t be treated like you’re on a production line.
Many photographers give you a ‘timed slot’. I believe beautiful photography and special moments are rarely captured when you’re working against the clock - especially when children or pets are involved! I give you all the time you need to ensure we create photos that you’ll love.
Whether you want wedding photos, family portraits or photos of your pets I will always take the time to meet you before the big day. This helps me understand what’s important to you and your aspirations for the photography. It also gives you and your family a chance to check me out and feel comfortable with me so everyone feels confident in front of the camera. We can then develop a plan to create a collection of gorgeous photos that will be in a style you like.
Every photo is lovingly enhanced
The creative process continues after the photography session. I’ll spend many hours turning each and every photo into a piece of art. I’ll add colour, contrast, sharpness, creative effects and use other techniques to ensure your photos exceed your expectations.
Every photo is wonderfully presented
You can also choose from a range of exclusive frames that are only sold to professional photographers. The story of your wedding is captured within stunning albums that would grace any coffee table.
I even have amazing specialist portraiture software that shows you how your photos will actually look in your home, before you invest in them. You can instantly choose between different frame styles and sizes and see them superimposed, to scale, inside your home. This makes it easy for you to choose the perfect wall portraits for your décor and wall space.
You have absolutely nothing to lose. If I take your photos and you decide you’re not happy for any reason then you won’t have to pay a penny.
Don't take my word for it!
I could bore you about how my photography has been used by the BBC, CNN, The Wildlife Trust, The Royal National Institute for Deaf People and other illustrious organisations, but I think it sounds better coming from my customers, so please browse my testimonials to read the kind words of some of my clients.
So, if you value owning fine art wall portraits and wedding albums of your family then don’t settle for ‘snaps’; have it done properly by a photographer who’s service screams 'nothing is too much trouble'!
Let's chat about what you'd like - no obligation
Call me on 0792 358 3658 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can arrange a time to meet and go through how you'd like me to help.
Latest photos uploaded
The 9 psychological secrets of creating great portraits of children
10th May 2013
When I first started out I used to see a lot of tears and tantrums – and that was just the parents…!!
As time went past I quickly realised I’d need to become an expert in child psychology if I was going to create the very finest portraits of children.
Family portraits in a bluebell wood near Peterborough
27th April 2013
I love to create family portraits in a bluebell wood near Peterborough. I’ve found that Old Sulehay wood is the best place for bluebells near Peterborough. Not only do the bluebells add a lovely splash of colour to the portraits, the gnarly old trees make fantastic props too.
Photo of the month - December
08th January 2013
Photos of Arctic Norway
14th December 2012
Considering that in the winter it's cold, dark and always very expensive, Norway is a wonderful place to visit.
Winter in Arctic Norway may be dark almost 24 hours a day, but The Northern Lights and Tolkienesque scenery all bathed in a delicate blue light makes it a magical destination.
Photo of the month - October 2012
27th November 2012
I have something a bit different for you this time. I was wandering the streets of Peterborough with my camera late one night when I saw this homeless man and his dog...
Photo of the Month - September 2012
04th October 2012
I love photographing pets. I actually started photography by photographing wildlife. However, this photograph of a gentle and loving black Labrador is tinged with sadness for me.
Photo of the month - August 2012
17th September 2012
I always meet my family portrait clients before they hire me and this photo of the month is a great example of why.
Photo of the month - July 2012
08th August 2012
The photo of the month for July is partly thanks to the fact that these two young lads were a couple of lovely, smiley chaps.
How to photograph cats
09th July 2012
I had this article about how to photograph cats published in Your Cat magazine last month.
Photo of the month - June 2012
02nd July 2012
My favourite photo for June is this one of Grace Hudson - a RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art) student. She needed some 'headshots' for her portfolio.
Looking for a Peterborough Wedding Photographer?
24th June 2012
If you’re looking for a Peterborough wedding photographer then this post explains some of the top things to think about before booking one.
Family values over the Jubilee weekend
10th June 2012
The Jubilee weekend seemed to bring out the best in many people. Families and neighbours came together to celebrate and there was an overwhelming sense of community both in Peterborough and across the UK.
Photo of the month - May
06th June 2012
A lot of my wedding and family portrait photography has a reasonable amount of Photoshop work lavished on it. However, I also love natural looking portraits. The photo of the month for May 2012 is just such a portrait.
Random act of kindness - Carehome photos
18th May 2012
I realise that calling myself 'The World's Most Helpful Photographer' is a rather brazen statement and I'm sure there are many more helpful photographers out there really. However, I'm always trying to think of ways I can be helpful and one of my latest ideas was to offer free photography for the families visiting my local dementia care home, Avery House in Hampton.
Photo of the month - April
02nd May 2012
This month I've chosen a wedding photo with a difference. I spotted the bride and groom taking a relaxing break from the stresses of the day and was delighted to create this image without them ever spotting me.
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