Achieving my ASWPP

Mark Hewitson has today been awarded an Associateship with the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers (SWPP), a national body overseeing excellence in professional photography. Mark submitted a panel of 20 adorable dog portrait images to the SWPP which were then judged by a board of his peers to be suitable for the award. To achieve the Associate Qualification the images submitted must show

Achieving my ASWPP2020-02-25T10:56:19+00:00

Xperience Awards Finalist

Thame portrait photographer Mark Hewitson has today been announced as a shortlisted finalist in the prestigious Xperience Awards for portrait photography. The Xperience Awards, run by the Xperience Group, is a competition with entries from professional portrait studios across the UK and Ireland. Attracting thousands of entries every year the awards celebrate creativity and excellence in photography. Mark’s finalist image has been shortlisted in

Xperience Awards Finalist2019-10-07T14:45:44+00:00

Daschund Portraits – Lenny’s Story

This is Lenny. Lenny is a 12-week old Miniature Dapple Dachshund, and he started his adventure by coming to the studio on the outskirts of Thame, Oxfordshire for his very own Miniature Dachshund Portrait photo shoot. Upon arrival Lenny was just a little bundle of energy, bouncing around the studio, investigating every inch of the building and all the great smells that are present. We

Daschund Portraits – Lenny’s Story2018-01-31T08:46:55+00:00

Jack Russell Terrier Portrait – Spot’s Story

Meet Spot. Spot came to see us recently for a fantastic Jack Russell Terrier portrait experience all of his own at our dog portrait studio on the outskirts of Thame, Oxfordshire as part of our 30 dogs in 30 days challenge, raising money for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. It was a beautiful, sunny Tuesday afternoon when Spot came in for his portraits. When

Jack Russell Terrier Portrait – Spot’s Story2018-01-06T21:21:06+00:00

Top tips for taking better dog portraits

Spring is here, the daffodils are up and the clocks go forward this weekend. I’m sure many of you will be taking advantage of the weather to go and walk your dog in some beautiful countryside and will want to record the memories of your walk with pictures. If you want to take even better pictures this weekend, then read on as I give you

Top tips for taking better dog portraits2017-03-26T09:51:07+00:00

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