Eliot Siegel Portraits

Families in Studio – Part 3

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FAMILY PORTRAIT IN THE STUDIO

The Studio is that sacred place of photographic worship where we can isolate people
from the outside world and work diligently on framing a subject’s character
and personality with little or no distraction.

Studio is a great tool because we can use specialised lighting
to help us create a look that is not only interesting but also flattering.
Natural light studio sessions are also wonderful because we are still able to
manipulate to our benefit the existing ambient light thanks to the properties
of direction and reflection.  The look of pure natural light is difficult to
reproduce using electronic lighting, but not impossible.

Trust me to tell your story.
Eliot

Family & Children’s Studio Portrait Session Fees:

Includes a 1-2 hour photo-shoot in Studio, and a viewing
session within 2 weeks after your portrait session. The cost of the
session includes my time, my experience and Studio hire only.
 
All of my products; including prints, framed prints, albums, coffee table
books and much more, can be purchased separately at your viewing session.
Please see my Products & Prices page for details of what’s available
to you and at what cost.
 
(Monday-Sunday) £250 per session
 

Vouchers:
If you would like to purchase a session voucher as a present for a partner, family member or friend – please contact me and I will create a personalised voucher for you. Vouchers can be ordered for the price of the session, or the session plus the cost of some prints or product/s.