St. Albans Photography
St. Albans' Leading Portrait Photographers
At St. Albans Photography we offer family portraits, headshots and pet photography on location around Hertfordshire, North London or in our St. Albans studio.
Our aim is to create stunning images for you to treasure; family portraits, headshots for your career winning CV or beautiful prints of your furry four legged friends and if you can't see what you are looking for, get in touch and we’ll be happy to tailor a package to suit you. We provide you with clear simple packages so you know exactly what you are getting for your money, we pride ourselves in the customer service and support we give our clients throughout their experience with St. Albans Photography.
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Hertfordshire based family photographers, St. Albans Photography take pride in the service they offer to each and every single customer. With a wealth of experience in the customer facing sector they give great customer service, which will leave you feeling satisfied with your choice of photographer.
Whether you are looking for a family photographer in Hertfordshire for a large family photo shoot to produce timeless family portraits. Or a business in need of new commercial headshots ready for your annual report to be published, there is a package to suit every need.
If a studio based shoot isn't your thing, a shoot on location can also be arranged. This might take the form of woodland you and the family enjoy Sunday walks in or perhaps where you and your partner first met.
Wherever the location, your portraits will be created in a relaxed and fun way, after all this photoshoot is all about you!
Located in the heart of Hertfordshire and close to the M25 / M1 links into London, St. Albans Photography covers St Albans and the surrounding Hertfordshire and Greater London areas such as Harpenden, Chiswell Green, London Colney, Bricket Wood, Sandridge, Wheathampstead, Redbourn, Hatfield, Potters Bar, Welwyn Garden City, Radlett, Watford, Rickmansworth and Borehamwood.
Confetti and Sparkles Photoshoot | St. Albans Photography
What more could a girl want on her 21st Birthday, than glitter, cake, confetti, Beyonce and a girly photoshoot with her besties?
That is exactly what Ruby got, when four of her closest friends decided to club together and buy her a portrait photoshoot to celebrate her 21st Birthday last week.
We started the fun filled photoshoot with a few silly poses to help the girls relax in front of the camera, complete with a bit of Beyonce on in the background to dance to!
Going Global | Corporate Headshot
This week I received the fantastic news that one of my corporate headshot clients has made the front cover of Global Payroll magazine.
John Galvin visited me last month for a corporate headshot. Complete with the brief that he was soon to be featured in the press and wanted to update his corporate image, John knew how important it was to have a professional headshot available. (Find out how important your headshot image is in business here.) John chose St. Albans Photography to create a selection of profile images for use across his online and print media platforms.
Me, my pets and I | Pet Photographer
Ever since I was a child, pets have been a big part of my life, they are part of the family!
Many warm Summer days as a child were spent playing games in the garden with my best friend Natasha, our cat. Trips to Dunstable Downs with the family dog Emma, usually resulted in me
sharing an ice cream teasing a patient labrador, as she waited for me to give her the cone from my Flake 99.
It was inevitable I would grow up with animals having a huge influence along the way. My passion for animals has now spilled over into my work as a photographer.
A Pet Pawtrait Photographer!
NAWT Watford Dog Open Day | Dog Photographer
It was dog’s galore at the National Animal Welfare Trust Watford Open day on Bank Holiday Monday.
With dog show classes and a have-a-go agility ring, dog owners from Watford and the surrounding districts visited the charity event in their masses.
The sun shone brightly that day as the ice cream van and refreshment stands supplied hot, thirsty human and canine visitors in between their debuts in the fun dog show classes.
I went along for the ice cream of course…. and the dogs! There were so many I wanted to take home with me. Plenty are still looking for homes, so be sure to take a look at NAWT’s website.