I established Keith Osborn Photography in 2008. My Enhanced Certificate from the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS, formerly CRB) means you can be confident that I will work appropriately withchildren and vulnerable adults. I am an active member of my community in Fakenham and the wider Norfolk area, and am involved with several local organisations. Photography for social enterprises (organisations whose profits are used for social or community benefit) is important to me.
In the Home Studio Shoot, I bring a complete, professional, photography studio to your home. Don't worry, I can fit into quite small spaces and with a choice of either black or white backgrounds.Since I come to your home, this is especially suited to younger children as they are more relaxed and confident to be themselves. There are no 'say cheese' moments - I try to capture natural moments - moments even your kids will like in 20 years! This image normally happens after the 'say cheese' picture!
Two photographers will help to pose and direct your guests as they arrive. Full background systems can be erected to enable the full professional look to your photographs. After your guests have hadtheir photographs taken, in a matter of seconds the images appear on our viewing stations. These viewing stations enable guests to preview images from the evening and choose which images to order.
Anne Green-Armytage Flower Pictures specialises in supplying flower and garden images around the world, for advertising, publishing and multimedia design. No need to source editorial copy separately.As an established writer as well as photographer, Anne Green-Armytage has a range of complete packages of words and pictures available for editorial use, right now.
I am a Norwich based, professional wedding photographer, together with my colleague John Parfitt we have more than 30 years experience. I photograph weddings in Norwich, Norfolk, Suffolk andthroughout East Anglia and specialise in modern wedding photography, a blend of reportage and classic stylish images, all photographed in friendly, relaxed and informal way.
With over 20 years experience I am the first AND ONLY event photographer to be qualified to Associate level with the British Institute of Professional Photography. I provide stylish, modern images topeople who appreciate high quality photography covering events such as school proms, charity balls and junior sports tournaments. I also offer large group photos, plus I have a studio in Kings Lynn where I undertake family portrait sessions and portfolio shoots.
Photography is not just about taking snaps; a simple record of the day or sitting. What is important to my work is getting to know people, forming relationships, of which many continue to this day. Itis about working with you to capture images be it in a formal or informal way that tells a story and evoke emotion and my overriding responsibility it to you, my client. My photography is about your wishes, your thoughts, and your visions.
I grew up in Clenchwarton a little village, just outside of Kings Lynn Norfolk, attended college at the college of West Anglia, and currently reside in Kings Lynn. Photography has always been apassion and I hope to share that with you through my images. Searching for Wedding photographers can be difficult and time consuming.
At Kelson Photography we like to think that your photography experience is so much more than just photography. We pride ourselves on breaking down the barriers of conventional studios and offering aservice that is fresh and fun, whilst capture true life emotions in a natural non intrusive way. Our personality is a warm friendly one able to work to the highest of professional standards.
How it all began. Well, it is quite simple really, I was asked to put together a website for a guest house on the North Norfolk coast and went along to take some original pictures for it, whichincluded the Happisburgh Lighthouse with the red and white stripes. Once home, I edited the pictures and tried to enchance them, either by putting them in B&W or leaving parts colour, and hey presto, I saturated the whole picture apart from the red of the lighthouse, and it just instantly looked timeless!