latest photos Steampunks at Bursledon, Hordle dog show... Hurst View Dubfest

Incorporating

Wessex Pet Photography - link

As I want to emphasise my preferred genre of photography

Bashley Balloons - link

As a complimentary business

Pet photography studio will soon be ready to capture those magic moments...see update on page

Howard Kenneth Woolford

Hurst View, Lymington SO41 8AL

 07983 749057

woolfordken@yahoo.co.uk

My Smugmug galleries -  link

And to the  page describing the all new Smugmug shopping cart - link

Above - Sarah and Matt's wedding shoot, Koi Pond. Sarah in thought.

 C&G Qualified Freelancewith a passion for photography

New Forest and surrounding areas - including the Isle of Wight

Agricultural shows -Airshows - Animals - Birds - Candid - Carnivals - Events -  Equines- Landscape - Pet portrait - Sporting events - Studio portrait  -Sailing - Steam fairs - Transportation - Weddings - Wildlife

 Working through various shoots, so if I was in attendance at a particular event and you can't see what you want - please ask.

 Your prints can be now ordered as personalised products - link here

CRB checked 

I also have the ability to make any online gallery private. I will be adopting this policy for all child photographs where the face is discernable (Shetland Pony Grand National or Pony Club, for example)

Insured for public liability, indemnity and theft/damage of my equipment through Hiscox

Pictures on this page - below

 From a panel submitted for advice regarding LRPS,  Advised that this image is LRPS standard. However, the panel is being completely redesigned

A fun image of a montage from a studio shoot (as with the other child studio shoots  in the Portrait submenu, a model release form was signed)


All images and content on this site plus associated galleries

  © Howard Woolford 2008 - 2018


Photography is a blend of art and science which involves four stages.

1.Seeing - an eye for a picture,

2 Taking - all aspects of camera craft

3. Making - post processing

4. Presenting - the finished article.


I have studied photography seriously for over 40 years and digital imaging for 23 years and continue to do both. If ever I thought I had “arrived” or reached any sort of “standard” I would pack [it] in because what I would have reached was a plateau and would then probably be incapable of learning new things……

I hope this never happens.
Leo Palmer

Amateurs are concerned with equipment, professionals are concerned with time, masters are concerned with light

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