Creating the right image

Hayley Watkins Photography is a Commercial and Portrait Photography company based at the foot of the beautiful Chiltern Hills in Buckinghamshire. With experience across several genres and demonstrating different styles, you can be sure of results you will be happy with and proud to display.

 

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Commercial

We offer a range of commercial photography options to suit your business – from interiors and architecture to product shots, environmental imagery and portraiture.

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People

For personal portraiture and commissions, building a rapport with the subject is so important for opening up those “eyes into the soul” to capture that personality in a single moment. This is never truer than when working with children, who really need to feel comfortable being photographed to bring out their character.

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Natural History and Animals

As well as people/ family portraiture, I also offer animal portraits – having grown up with dogs, cats, horses and various other animals, I am comfortable around them, which is incredibly important in gaining their trust and willingness to be photographed.

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Personal Work

My photography has represented my local photographic society in regional competition and I am thrilled to have recently had one of my images accepted into the Bristol Salon of Photography International exhibition.

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Workshops

We offer workshops to explore what makes a good photograph. These are informal, interactive workshops where we guarantee you will come away with a fresh perspective on what you see all around you, and are able to apply this to take your photography to a new level.

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Books

I have produced and published 2 books with co-author Dr Jill Eyers. Both of these are based on the local area – the first of which “More Than Six-Feet-Under” is based on a recent archaeological dig in Monks Risborough. The second is “A Journey Through The Chiltern Hills”

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