Photographers in Ringwood
List of Ringwood based photographers offering family, portrait, commercial, event & wedding photography services.
There are two photographers, Gary and Helen Fooks covering your special day offering a mix of traditional and reportage style photography. We offer an extensive range of albums which includes graphistudio albums and our packages include black and white images and a dvd of all your wedding pictures. Our packages are exceptional value and we cover weddings in Dorset, Hampshire.
Professional photographer servicing the needs of advertising and marketing agencies in Hampshire and Dorset as well as private clients. I work on product, people and architecture. I am studio based in Ringwood and on location in a 40 mile radious.
Nicholas and Kathryn Skeates have been photographing weddings since 1992 as part of a family business with a shop in the market place, Ringwood. As from august 2004 we are now operating from our home address on an appointment only basis which gives a more personal service, visiting your home at a time to suit, meeting both you and your partner to discuss all aspects of your wedding photography.
Richard Lines Photography has over 15 years experience in the industry, specialising in Wedding, Portraiture and Social photography, operating out of a purpose built studio in Ringwood in the heart of the New Forest. Our aim is always to provide a professional and high quality service, whilst at all times maintaining a relaxed and informal approach to our picture taking.
Fast, high-quality cine to video and/or DVD transfer service. Why not have all your family home movies expertly transferred to video or DVD? You will be amazed how fresh and enjoyable they will become. The whole family will enjoy re-living those nostalgic days gone by on their own T.V. screen. We can add sound and mix with photographs and/or slides.
Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again. It takes a lot of imagination to be a good photographer. You need less imagination to be a painter because you can invent things.