Our Services

DigitalMemories Photography will be pleased to accept commissions for:
DigitalMemories Photography will be pleased to accept commissions for:

DigitalMemories Photography is pleased to accept commissions for:
Event photography
Wedding portraiture
Commercial photography

Please scroll down for information about portrait and wedding photography


Wedding Portraiture

Having planned your dream wedding, for months if not years, it is very important that you have the best photography to record the emotion and detail of your very special day.

Being able to capture that emotion and detail is a skill that Martin has developed and honed by working with some of the very best contemporary wedding photographers from around the world.

Some couples like their wedding day recorded from start to finish, beginning at the bride’s house and finishing after cutting the cake or the first dance - “Story Book Wedding Photography”. Others would just like the events at the church or civil ceremony recorded and of course the all important cutting of the cake – “Traditional Wedding Photography”.


TRADITIONAL WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY PACKAGE TO INCLUDE

• Initial consultation at our studio
• Pre-wedding portrait & guest signing portrait
• Prior visit to venues
• Leather bound wedding album containing forty 8 x12 images

 

STORY BOOK WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY – UP TO CUTTING THE CAKE


• Initial consultation at our studio
• Pre-wedding portrait & guest signing portrait
• Prior visit to venues
• Hand crafted album of approximately 60 images.
• Calendar of wedding images*
• DVD slide show of images to music

 

STORY BOOK WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY – UP TO THE FIRST DANCE

• Initial consultation at our studio
• Pre-wedding portrait & guest signing portrait
• Prior visit to venues
• Hand crafted album of approximately 60 images.
• Calendar of wedding images
• DVD slide show of images to music


…prices can be tailored to individual requirements.

TRADITIONAL WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY PACKAGE

Plus

• Photography at bride’s home
• Photography of the wedding breakfast, speeches & first dance
• DVD slide show of images to music


Optional Extras

• Extra photographs above standard 60 for the ‘Story Book’ included with package from £7.50
• Parents Albums
• Eight Mini Albums
• Reprints from £9.50
• Fully printable DVD of images
• Enlargements, canvases & acrylic wall prints available on request and to view at our studio


At DigitalMemories Photography we are very flexible. Whichever package you choose we promise to capture the emotion and detail of the day and produce images that you will love and treasure forever.

A non-refundable deposit of 20% is required at the time of booking. Full payment is required two weeks before the wedding day. Payment can be made by cash, cheque or debit/credit card.

We very much look forward to meeting you and being part of your wedding celebration.

May we take this opportunity to wish you good luck with your wedding plans.


Wish to know more?
Should you wish to know more we would urge you to arrange a visit to our studio at your earliest convenience to discuss your individual requirements, view a slide show and our hand made Italian story book albums.

Please note at this visit you are under no obligation whatsoever but we feel seeing our work at first hand is essential if you are to make your mind up.

We very much look forward to meeting you and being part of your wedding celebration.

May we take this opportunity to wish you good luck with your wedding plans.


Individual, group or family DigitalMemories Photography will be pleased to accept commissions for:


Individual, group or family portraiture
Child portraiture (a specialty)
Pets
Wedding portraiture
Industrial photography
Nothing evokes emotion...


...like a professionally taken, finished and mounted image...an emotion that might otherwise be lost forever.


There are many special occasions...


...throughout the year when a brilliant way to record the event would be through commissioning a professional photographer to capture the moment. And don't forget, family photographs always make excellent presents for grandparents and distant relatives.

 

 

Clothing guidance for portraiture

When striving to create a successful family portrait, the efforts to achieve harmony in clothing will pay the biggest dividends in the quality of your finished portraits.

"Trendy" clothing will date a portrait and make it something you might not enjoy after only a few years. Large patterns, prints or graphics on clothing will draw more attention to the clothes than to you, the subject.

Our most important recommendation is to wear solid coloured, non-trendy clothing.

Keep the tonal range (lightness or darkness) consistent throughout the group. For group portraits you might want to choose colours that are in the same family. Pick theme colours and keep everyone in shades of that colour. Choose either medium to light tones, or medium to dark tones for all the people in the group. If you have 9 people wearing dark colours and one person dresses in white, guess where the eye will go?

It's also important to try to achieve colour harmony in the portrait. The same rule applies to choice of colours. If everyone is in cool colours and one person is in red, they get all the visual attention.

The best choices for colours are neutral to cool colours - blues, greens, and purples - and to try to avoid "warm" colours such as reds, oranges, yellows. Please understand that these are just guidelines. However, it must be said that against a white backdrop white t-shirts or light coloured t shirts and blue jeans look fantastic and against a dark background black/dark long sleeved clothing looks great. Discuss your clothing ideas with us.

Clothing style should also been considered. A group dressed in formal clothes with one person in blue jeans may not be as successful!

Eyeglasses can cause reflections that obscure the eyes, so the best thing to do is borrow a pair of empty frames from your optometrist, pop your lenses out or we will aim to minimise reflection as best we can.

 

 

Why not commission...


...DigitalMemories to record your special occasions...birthdays, engagements, barmitzvahs, weddings, family-get-togethers, coming of age parties...?


Commissions for studio or location portraiture cost...


just £35, and this includes a hand finished mounted image.


DigitalMemories Photography...


...portraits from a personal perspective

DigitalMemories Photography will be pleased to accept commissions for:


Individual, group or family portraiture
Child portraiture (a specialty)
Pets
Wedding portraiture
Industrial photography
Nothing evokes emotion...


...like a professionally taken, finished and mounted image...an emotion that might otherwise be lost forever.


There are many special occasions...


...throughout the year when a brilliant way to record the event would be through commissioning a professional photographer to capture the moment. And don't forget, family photographs always make excellent presents for grandparents and distant relatives.

 

 

Clothing guidance for portraiture

When striving to create a successful family portrait, the efforts to achieve harmony in clothing will pay the biggest dividends in the quality of your finished portraits.

"Trendy" clothing will date a portrait and make it something you might not enjoy after only a few years. Large patterns, prints or graphics on clothing will draw more attention to the clothes than to you, the subject.

Our most important recommendation is to wear solid coloured, non-trendy clothing.

Keep the tonal range (lightness or darkness) consistent throughout the group. For group portraits you might want to choose colours that are in the same family. Pick theme colours and keep everyone in shades of that colour. Choose either medium to light tones, or medium to dark tones for all the people in the group. If you have 9 people wearing dark colours and one person dresses in white, guess where the eye will go?

It's also important to try to achieve colour harmony in the portrait. The same rule applies to choice of colours. If everyone is in cool colours and one person is in red, they get all the visual attention.

The best choices for colours are neutral to cool colours - blues, greens, and purples - and to try to avoid "warm" colours such as reds, oranges, yellows. Please understand that these are just guidelines. However, it must be said that against a white backdrop white t-shirts or light coloured t shirts and blue jeans look fantastic and against a dark background black/dark long sleeved clothing looks great. Discuss your clothing ideas with us.

Clothing style should also been considered. A group dressed in formal clothes with one person in blue jeans may not be as successful!

Eyeglasses can cause reflections that obscure the eyes, so the best thing to do is borrow a pair of empty frames from your optometrist, pop your lenses out or we will aim to minimise reflection as best we can.

 

 

Why not commission...


...DigitalMemories to record your special occasions...birthdays, engagements, barmitzvahs, weddings, family-get-togethers, coming of age parties...?

DigitalMemories Photography will be pleased to accept commissions for:


Individual, group or family portraiture
Child portraiture (a specialty)
Pets
Wedding portraiture
Industrial photography
Nothing evokes emotion...


...like a professionally taken, finished and mounted image...an emotion that might otherwise be lost forever.


There are many special occasions...


...throughout the year when a brilliant way to record the event would be through commissioning a professional photographer to capture the moment. And don't forget, family photographs always make excellent presents for grandparents and distant relatives.

 

 

Clothing guidance for portraiture

When striving to create a successful family portrait, the efforts to achieve harmony in clothing will pay the biggest dividends in the quality of your finished portraits.

"Trendy" clothing will date a portrait and make it something you might not enjoy after only a few years. Large patterns, prints or graphics on clothing will draw more attention to the clothes than to you, the subject.

Our most important recommendation is to wear solid coloured, non-trendy clothing.

Keep the tonal range (lightness or darkness) consistent throughout the group. For group portraits you might want to choose colours that are in the same family. Pick theme colours and keep everyone in shades of that colour. Choose either medium to light tones, or medium to dark tones for all the people in the group. If you have 9 people wearing dark colours and one person dresses in white, guess where the eye will go?

It's also important to try to achieve colour harmony in the portrait. The same rule applies to choice of colours. If everyone is in cool colours and one person is in red, they get all the visual attention.

The best choices for colours are neutral to cool colours - blues, greens, and purples - and to try to avoid "warm" colours such as reds, oranges, yellows. Please understand that these are just guidelines. However, it must be said that against a white backdrop white t-shirts or light coloured t shirts and blue jeans look fantastic and against a dark background black/dark long sleeved clothing looks great. Discuss your clothing ideas with us.

Clothing style should also been considered. A group dressed in formal clothes with one person in blue jeans may not be as successful!

Eyeglasses can cause reflections that obscure the eyes, so the best thing to do is borrow a pair of empty frames from your optometrist, pop your lenses out or we will aim to minimise reflection as best we can.

 

 

Why not commission...


...DigitalMemories to record your special occasions...birthdays, engagements, barmitzvahs, weddings, family-get-togethers, coming of age parties...?


Commissions for studio or location portraiture cost...


just £35, and this includes a hand finished mounted image.


DigitalMemories Photography...


...portraits from a personal perspective

Commissions for studio or location portraiture cost...


just £35, and this includes a hand finished mounted image.


DigitalMemories Photography...


...portraits from a personal perspective

Child portraiture (a specialty)
Pets
Wedding portraiture
Industrial photography
Nothing evokes emotion...


...like a professionally taken, finished and mounted image...an emotion that might otherwise be lost forever.


There are many special occasions...


...throughout the year when a brilliant way to record the event would be through commissioning a professional photographer to capture the moment. And don't forget, family photographs always make excellent presents for grandparents and distant relatives.

 

 

Clothing guidance for portraiture

When striving to create a successful family portrait, the efforts to achieve harmony in clothing will pay the biggest dividends in the quality of your finished portraits.

"Trendy" clothing will date a portrait and make it something you might not enjoy after only a few years. Large patterns, prints or graphics on clothing will draw more attention to the clothes than to you, the subject.

Our most important recommendation is to wear solid coloured, non-trendy clothing.

Keep the tonal range (lightness or darkness) consistent throughout the group. For group portraits you might want to choose colours that are in the same family. Pick theme colours and keep everyone in shades of that colour. Choose either medium to light tones, or medium to dark tones for all the people in the group. If you have 9 people wearing dark colours and one person dresses in white, guess where the eye will go?

It's also important to try to achieve colour harmony in the portrait. The same rule applies to choice of colours. If everyone is in cool colours and one person is in red, they get all the visual attention.

The best choices for colours are neutral to cool colours - blues, greens, and purples - and to try to avoid "warm" colours such as reds, oranges, yellows. Please understand that these are just guidelines. However, it must be said that against a white backdrop white t-shirts or light coloured t shirts and blue jeans look fantastic and against a dark background black/dark long sleeved clothing looks great. Discuss your clothing ideas with us.

Clothing style should also been considered. A group dressed in formal clothes with one person in blue jeans may not be as successful!

Eyeglasses can cause reflections that obscure the eyes, so the best thing to do is borrow a pair of empty frames from your optometrist, pop your lenses out or we will aim to minimise reflection as best we can.

 

 

Why not commission...


...DigitalMemories to record your special occasions...birthdays, engagements, barmitzvahs, weddings, family-get-togethers, coming of age parties...?


Commissions for studio or location portraiture cost...


just £35, and this includes a hand finished mounted image.


DigitalMemories Photography...


...portraits from a personal perspective


Individual, group or family portraiture
Child portraiture (a specialty)
Pets
Wedding DigitalMemories Photography will be pleased to accept commissions for:


Individual, group or family portraiture
Child portraiture (a specialty)
Pets
Wedding portraiture
Industrial photography
Nothing evokes emotion...


...like a professionally taken, finished and mounted image...an emotion that might otherwise be lost forever.


There are many special occasions...


...throughout the year when a brilliant way to record the event would be through commissioning a professional photographer to capture the moment. And don't forget, family photographs always make excellent presents for grandparents and distant relatives.

 

 

Clothing guidance for portraiture

When striving to create a successful family portrait, the efforts to achieve harmony in clothing will pay the biggest dividends in the quality of your finished portraits.

"Trendy" clothing will date a portrait and make it something you might not enjoy after only a few years. Large patterns, prints or graphics on clothing will draw more attention to the clothes than to you, the subject.

Our most important recommendation is to wear solid coloured, non-trendy clothing.

Keep the tonal range (lightness or darkness) consistent throughout the group. For group portraits you might want to choose colours that are in the same family. Pick theme colours and keep everyone in shades of that colour. Choose either medium to light tones, or medium to dark tones for all the people in the group. If you have 9 people wearing dark colours and one person dresses in white, guess where the eye will go?

It's also important to try to achieve colour harmony in the portrait. The same rule applies to choice of colours. If everyone is in cool colours and one person is in red, they get all the visual attention.

The best choices for colours are neutral to cool colours - blues, greens, and purples - and to try to avoid "warm" colours such as reds, oranges, yellows. Please understand that these are just guidelines. However, it must be said that against a white backdrop white t-shirts or light coloured t shirts and blue jeans look fantastic and against a dark background black/dark long sleeved clothing looks great. Discuss your clothing ideas with us.

Clothing style should also been considered. A group dressed in formal clothes with one person in blue jeans may not be as successful!

Eyeglasses can cause reflections that obscure the eyes, so the best thing to do is borrow a pair of empty frames from your optometrist, pop your lenses out or we will aim to minimise reflection as best we can.

 

 

Why not commission...


...DigitalMemories to record your special occasions...birthdays, engagements, barmitzvahs, weddings, family-get-togethers, coming of age parties...?


Commissions for studio or location portraiture cost...


just £35, and this includes a hand finished mounted image.


DigitalMemories Photography...


...portraits from a personal perspective

Industrial photography
Nothing evokes emotion...


...like a professionally taken, finished and mounted image...an emotion that might otherwise be lost forever.


There are many special occasions...


...throughout the year when a brilliant way to record the event would be through commissioning a professional photographer to capture the moment. And don't forget, family photographs always make excellent presents for grandparents and distant relatives.

 

 

Clothing guidance for portraiture

When striving to create a successful family portrait, the efforts to achieve harmony in clothing will pay the biggest dividends in the quality of your finished portraits.

"Trendy" clothing will date a portrait and make it something you might not enjoy after only a few years. Large patterns, prints or graphics on clothing will draw more attention to the clothes than to you, the subject.

Our most important recommendation is to wear solid coloured, non-trendy clothing.

Keep the tonal range (lightness or darkness) consistent throughout the group. For group portraits you might want to choose colours that are in the same family. Pick theme colours and keep everyone in shades of that colour. Choose either medium to light tones, or medium to dark tones for all the people in the group. If you have 9 people wearing dark colours and one person dresses in white, guess where the eye will go?

It's also important to try to achieve colour harmony in the portrait. The same rule applies to choice of colours. If everyone is in cool colours and one person is in red, they get all the visual attention.

The best choices for colours are neutral to cool colours - blues, greens, and purples - and to try to avoid "warm" colours such as reds, oranges, yellows. Please understand that these are just guidelines. However, it must be said that against a white backdrop white t-shirts or light coloured t shirts and blue jeans look fantastic and against a dark background black/dark long sleeved clothing looks great. Discuss your clothing ideas with us.

Clothing style should also been considered. A group dressed in formal clothes with one person in blue jeans may not be as successful!

Eyeglasses can cause reflections that obscure the eyes, so the best thing to do is borrow a pair of empty frames from your optometrist, pop your lenses out or we will aim to minimise reflection as best we can.

 

 

Why not commission...


...DigitalMemories to record your special occasions...birthdays, engagements, barmitzvahs, weddings, family-get-togethers, coming of age parties...?


Commissions for studio or location portraiture cost...


just £35, and this includes a hand finished mounted image.


DigitalMemories Photography...


...portraits from a personal perspective