Constable Photography has been the leading photographer in St Neots since 1992. covering Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire & Peterborough
Highly qualified & award winning, Peter Constable ABIPP,LMPA is a qualified member of The British Institute of Professional Photography, and The Master Photography Association. He is experienced in Studio Portraiture, Weddings, Commercial, Schools, Proms & Events.
The studio also does Passport Photographs for all nationalities including babies and all other types of ID photographs.
Classically trained by some of the best National & International Photographers since 1985. Peter Constable has photographed weddings from Scotland to Wales to Southampton and overseas in Venice Italy. Using a well tried style of classical, modern contemporary, relaxed natural, and reportage photography, and just plain fun, We will be able to tell the Story of your day so it flows naturally from getting ready all the way to first dance and you will be able to sense the mood.
These can be presented in a digital album of your choice from a Romantic Italian Collection to a Modern English Collection. Or straight to DVD with full copyright release. Our service is totally bespoke designed to meet your needs.
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Constable photography is based in the centre of St Neots in a large air conditioned studio with good facilities. The studio has the capacity for large groups of approx 25 people or cosy and private enough for new born babies. Our work is modern high key, contemporary. We have a natural relaxed fun style or we can switch to sophisticated minimal lit photography with a black background.
We work closely with the Click group to deliver portrait experiences for Families, Children and Pets, and covering 'Bumps To babies', 'Watch me grow' and our very popular home grown 'Birthday Club' which is also a loyalty scheme with over 1000 children as members between the ages of new born to 13.
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