Photographers in Oxford
List of Oxford based photographers offering family, portrait, commercial, event & wedding photography services.
We specialise in events and fine art photography. We differ from most events photographers because we believe that the same careful processing and editing can, and should, be applied to events photos as is used in art photography. We ensure our event customers receive stunning photos, and have all the options they deserve when ordering pictures. Our artwork clients benefit from a truly personal service
Keith Barnes established the Photographers Workshop in 1982, providing a wide range of photographic services to the business and academic community in Oxford. The professional photography provided includes: commercial, corporate, product, advertising, brochure, PR, portraits, prospectus, annual report and wedding photography.I work in our studio and on location throughout Oxfordshire and the UK. I
The business has been established for well over 30 years, and originally operated from Oxford and Coventry, (where Albert was voted by his peers to be among the top 5 professionals in the area), and Hinkley in Leicestershire. Specialising in Social photography, weddings, portraiture, preschool and nursery photography and a watch me grow promotion covering the whole of Oxfordshire.
After studying photography at the London College of Printing in 1984, I concentrated on human rights and social documentary photography. Alongside environmental author George Monbiot, I travelled to Irian Jaya to document the destruction of the Papuan culture and land rights and contributed to the book Poisoned Arrows.
Paul Freestone established himself as a freelance photographer in 1986. His studio is based at Circus Workshops 38 Cowley Road, Oxford. The award winning photographer offers three main services. Weddings, House Interiors & Social. Please visit our website for further details & to view the picture galleries.
Chris has been photographing for many years but his real ability is not just as a photographer it is having the vision to create interesting images that have a use. An attractive picture, relevant, meaningful and immediately useable in a publication. The skills to record landscapes, seascapes, wildlife and cookery have common denominators as well as huge challenges.
Photography with a woman's touch' has been my trademark for nearly two decades. Attention to detail is drawn from art scholarships and subsequent background in graphic design. Combining integrity with a 'people friendly' approach, every commission is individually acknowledged and nothing but the best photographic service and product is given to my clients.
David's original and modern photography, and the special working relationship he has with his clients, are what makes him unique. His style was developed in Queensland, Australia, where he trained. David emigrated to the UK and his Oxford studio was opened in 2002. He gained his Licentiateship with the British Institute of Professional Photography.