In a crowded field, we set ourselves apart. We find the right light, the perfect angle and, using the latest equipment, make our portrait photography vibrant and real.
Our compositions and lighting will make all the difference to produce a stunning portrait. Beautiful skin tones can be revealed through careful exposure control. Apertures can be varied to give an intriguing depth of field.
We work with immediacy and a sense of improvisation and yet our images are balanced by an instinct for composition and an eye for the telling detail.
Portrait Photography in the Studio
Our fully-equipped studio is set up for high quality portraits. Whether you’re looking for a corporate image or a characterful portrait for use in a book or catalogue, we are always full of ideas to fulfil your criteria. If you would like to drive the sitting yourself, you are more than welcome to bring props. We have a variety of different backgrounds, creating an array of atmospheres – from high-key shots on white, through various greys to moody, dramatic shots on black. Black and white portraits always look superb and it is a very simple mode change to view your images in black and white straight away.
Portrait Photography in Your Own Environment
Most people feel more comfortable in their own environment. It is easy for us to travel anywhere with all our equipment to photograph you. We have many years experience photographing high-profile personalities – artists, business leaders and celebrities. When coming to you, we can assess the location quickly and adjust lighting conditions and backgrounds to suit.
History of Portrait Photography
Soon after its invention the camera was recruited into the discipline of portrait photography, where it was used to create a record of social groups and practices. Photography has thus played an important part in fashioning ideas of contemporary realities. Our portraits are subtle, personal, connective and have their roots in the process of the history of photography.
Recently we have shown our work with legendary portrait photographer, David Bailey, at Pangolin London’s ‘Beast‘ exhibition.