latest photos when edited...New Forest Show, Ellingham show


Wessex Pet Photography - link

As I want to emphasise my preferred genre of photography

Bashley Balloons - link

As a complimentary business

Pet portrait studio launch date September

Howard Kenneth Woolford

Hurst View, Lymington SO41 8AL

 07983 749057

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.

     Qualified Freelance with 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

The only photographer you should compare yourself with was the one you were last year