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Professional photography service Hampshire, creative photography with competitive rates and affordable price plans where we quote a fixed fee that won’t change if the job doesn’t change, in Portsmouth, Hampshire or indeed anywhere you want to send us! Starting from £65 for the first hour, £50 thereafter.

 Happy clients include The Sunday Times, The Household Cavalry, National Lottery UK, Portsmouth City Council, RAK Ceramics, Southampton City College, Halyards, Alex Hibbert, record breaking polar explorer, world champion swimmer, Katy Sexton – to name but a few.

Our Professional photography service Hampshire – includes product and studio based shots for advertising, marketing and editorial.

 Location photography means exactly that! We will travel to any location you want and photograph anything you want us to – whatever the place, weather or time of day – everything is possible.

 Creative photography is when you need something different for something special.  We will develop a concept for you, shoot a range of ideas and process high resolution images for reproduction. This might be for illustration, book jackets, magazine covers, web stories or to adorn the corridors of power. 

Portrait photography could be on location, in your offices, home or at a nearby studio that we can source. It can be of your workforce, family or an individual – for portfolios, publicity, CVs – or anything else you think of.

 A model’s Portfolio might include original work, creative folios or a collection of simple head shots.

 Editorial photography is used to illustrate and article in a magazine, newspaper, book, online.

Display images are seen all around in advertising, promotions and point of sale, indoors and outdoors. They need to be succinct and recognisable.

Vera Hart Dyke, Shot for Channel 4 and the Sunday Times

Katy Sexton former World Champion swimmer, photographed for new publication Uniquely Portsmouth published 2018


Shot for recent article and local information panels documenting the decline of the Portsmouth fishing industry 2017

Sir Robin Knox Johnston