I am Peter Nutkins, the specialist family portrait photographer who comes to your home to capture studio style portraits. No need to travel - it is so simple when I come to you.
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We are in your home. So changes of clothes, make up fixes, hairstyle changes, and finding props that are personal to you are all pretty straightforward. You are able to make a number of wardrobe changes that really made a difference to the variety and creativity of her photoshoot.
Firstly, you can feel really good about the decision that you've made! Once you have your beautiful portraits in your home you will be so pleased.
We will meet up, probably where you would like your portrait session to take place. We will get to know each other and you will be able to share with me your ideas about the portraits that you are looking for. In the case of Mia this was pretty straightforward as I had already got to know them the summer before.
On the day of your portrait session I arrive in good time, have all the equipment I need, and are ready to support you in getting ready and feeling relaxed. Throughout my time with you we will go at your pace. There is no rush.
Do not worry about whether your home is light enough or the walls are already full of artwork. I bring all the equipment we will need - I even bring a few props!
At the end of your portrait session, we will set a date for me to come back for you to view and choose your portraits. Nothing beats seeing your printed, finished portraits in person and even putting them up in your home that very day.
I will prepare the best of your shoot, all fully edited, finished, printed and matted. There will be no ‘hard sell’ involved whatsoever. You just choose which pictures you love and want to keep in your beautifully crafted walnut folio box.
This particular portrait was taken against a hand painted muslin backdrop. It adds both texture and a subtle canvas to frame your portrait. The final prints of these portraits are made onto 100% cotton rag 300gsm paper. The lifespan of every fine art print is rated at 300 years - so they should last for many generations to come.
Are you interested?
If you are thinking about having your portrait taken and are still not sure whether it is for you or not, then take a moment or two to read through the some of the pages on this site: