Portrait photography sessions can be undertaken at any location, including my studio, a location that might be special to you, or one of my favoured locations. I’m also happy to approach hotels or mansions for something special. I’m always on the lookout for locations when I’m on my travels photographing landscapes or around the city.
All portrait sessions include an initial consultation and a viewing of your images on a big screen in the studio.
Studio portrait sessions
I have a small studio based in Meadowmill, near the centre of Dundee. It’s handy to have at least seven days notice before a shoot but it’s always worth a call anyway as I may be able to accommodate. It’s a fairly small studio so with larger groups I have access to another area of the building to carry out portrait photography sessions. Studio photography sessions usually last around an hour, sometimes a bit longer, depending on size of group, changes of clothes, etc. Feel free to bring your pets along too as, after all, they are part of the family.
Location photography shoots can be conducted anytime but are obviously weather dependent, although you can have good, fun shots taken in the rain and snow. A location shoot normally lasts around 2 hours, either using two locations or several areas of one location. Wooded areas and beeches are great for family shoots but you may have your own ideas of your own. You may have a place in mind that’s special to you too so let me know and we can talk about how we can use certain areas.
Portrait photography products
I provide a range of products for image presentation, including books, albums, USB drives and frames. You can read about them on the product page. Also have a look at the offers page as there will always be a voucher or some other special offer available.
Why book me for your portrait photography?
Let me explain a bit about myself and why you should book me for your portrait photography session.
I have a wealth of experience, not just in photography but in wedding and portrait photography in particular. I’ve worked in and owned a studio within the top photography franchises in the world, photographing up tp 40 portrait sessions a week. This taught me that no portrait session is typical and I can adapt very quickly to families, whether large or small, young or old. I can deal with and understand people who don’t like being in front of a camera. I’ve been complimented on numerous occassions from people who hate the camera.
How do I do that? Well I warm to people and people seem to warm to me. So give me a bell and we can have a chat about a portrait session.