Photographers in Bath
List of Bath based photographers offering family, portrait, commercial, event & wedding photography services.
Wedding, Portrait & Commercial Photographer serving Somerset, the South West and St Ives, Cornwall. Chrisís reportage style for weddings is flexibly mingled with family group shots and artistic couple shots if desired resulting in natural, creative, beautiful images. Somerset Photographer is unique in that there are no 'packages', enabling clients to benefit from more cost effective options. Photography
Graham's approach to wedding photography combines a relaxed, informal personal style with an intuitive eye for documentary and reportage detail. This roving, reportage style is mixed with more traditional combinations and formal set-ups featuring key family members. The resulting images display his commitment to technical excellence while always providing an intimate, sympathetic treatment of the subjects.
In 1996, Mark and his wife, Sarah, founded Criterion. Their objective has been to offer a stylish, high quality product geared toward the more contemporary client. Criterion has provided him with a fascinating array of opportunities, from documenting Ukraine orphanages and prisons to capturing the beauty of weddings as far a field as the Scottish Highlands.
Working from a base in Peasedown St John, just a few miles from the beautiful georgian city of Bath, Chris has built a reputation for capturing the moment in excellent portraits and wedding photography combined with friendly service and reasonable rates. A member of The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers ensures a high standard of work, and keeping up to date with all the latest developments.
Casamento have been involved in wedding photography for over 10 years, so you can rest assured that when you book Casamento - you really have the photography completely taken care of. We make sure we capture images of you, your friends and family in an unobtrusive, good humoured manner.
Paul O'Connor works closely with design creatives and art directors and continues to create exciting and well executed portraiture and lifestyle people photography. Paul O'Connor studied at Salisbury College of Art and spent the first half of his career in the darkroom. Things are different since the advent of digital, and Paul O'Connor now spends the majority of his time behind the lens of his Canon