Fine-art Portrait PhotographySimple, elegant and timeless
Simple, elegant and timeless
Just the subject and the light, at that moment
There is something about a black and white portrait, that just stands out.
A timeless quality to them.
With my Fine-art Portrait photography options, I aim to provide a timeless work of art, that you can proudly hang on your wall for years to come and an image that will be admired by future generations.
I take all my portraits on a medium format digital camera, so the images created will be of the highest quality.
These portrait sessions are perfect for capturing your family at a special moment, and this can include events – such as a wedding, a christening/communion or even a birthday.
How it works
To keep things simple, these sessions essentially take place at your home. I have a mobile studio, meaning I can easilty set up my backdrops and lighting in your living room. All I need is a bit of space and room where I can easily control the light.
Where are you and where you do cover?
I’m based in south west London and these sessions are available in London, Surrey and Sussex.
How much are these Portrait Sessions?
Starting at £295, you will get:
- 60-90 minute session;
- 10 high res images;
- 5 5×7 mounted prints of your choice;
- My time both at the shoot and editing afterwards.
To book a session, a deposit of £100 is required, which is deducted from the final amount due.
Please note, these sessions are for a maximum of 4 people. For larger groups, please get in touch for a quote.
“Thank you so much Colin D Miller Photography for taking some amazing photos capturing some precious moments with our boys.”
Fine-art portrait photography in Surrey and London
Additional extras (prints, albums etc)
Naturally, everyone is different and if you require something a little more bespoke, then do not hesitate to get in touch. I only use the very best suppliers, so I am sure I can accomodate your requirements.
“These are amazing!
Thank you so much, now the hard decision to decide which ones we want to go up.”