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Today we had the luxury of photographing the lovely model Caity covered in copper and silver body paint. This image has been converted to black and white to exaggerate the contrast in metallic of the paint and matt of the skin.
Why not treat you and your husband, wife, partner to a photography portrait session at the Studio. You can cherish something very special, a wall portrait to put in your home. This could be a fantastic present for a loved one, someone you love and care about to show for ever. We have lots of…Details
After seven years on the Gloucester Road, Bristol we have moved to new premises very close by in Zetland Road, Redland. The new studio is currently being fitted out to accommodate Family Portrait Photography. The website is also being revamped to host new photo offers to coincide with with the opening of the new studio.…Details
We have a lot of families that come to the studio for portrait photography. We do try our very best to capture the family all in one portrait photo and some times we receive letter back from our customers saying how much they love what we have done for them. This is just one of…Details
Fun and loving parents often choose special occasions to come to the studio for a family portrait. This family choose to celebrate their son’s 21st birthday to do exactly that. These are two shots out of 40 we showed them at their viewing, of which they chose 16 for themselves. Why not try yourself? Your…Details
Why not buy a loved one a Gift Voucher present for a Birthday or this Xmas. Your Gift Vouchers that can be used in our Family Portrait Studio or for a Makeover Experience. The Gift Vouchers are available in denominations of £10, £20 and £50. They can also be used to purchase Limited Edition Photographic…Details
Further to the Girl Friends article we posted a few days ago, here is another group of girl friends who have come in to the studio for a group photo session.
Meet our delightful new guest, Robyn! She graced us with her wintery presence last week and we love the results. Using a mixture of real snow and nifty editing we’ve created a festive feline image. She has very gracefully crossed her legs for this image and we are delighted with the effect this has.