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South East London Children’s Fine Art style Photography

Children’s Fine Art Style Photography

There are many different theories and definitions to what makes a photograph a fine art style; you only have to search the term on Google to see what I mean!

But for me though, it’s about making something that’s more than just a realistic representation of the person being photographed. It’s more about creating something timeless with atmosphere and artistic impression, it’s about the aesthetics and emotion the image evokes; and ultimately it’s about something you want to see framed intrinsically and in a tangible form, just like a piece of artwork in a gallery or a family heirloom in your home.

To find out more about these specialist sessions; and to register your interest in booking a fine art session, please enter your details on my [contact] page or at the bottom of this post below.


South East London Children's Fine Art style Photographer Graham Baker Photography

South East London Children's Fine Art Portrtait Photography

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Fine Art Photographer Bexley

Fine Art Portraits Bexley Welling and Bexleyheath

Fine Art styled Portraits Bexley Welling and Bexleyheath South East London and Kent

Childrens Fine Art styled Portraits South East London and Kent

Childrens Fine Art Photographer South East London and Kent

South East London Children's Fine Art style Photography

Kent Children's Fine Art Photography


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I am eleven…

An audio visual photographic slideshow

A few months ago I put together a short photofilm (a photographic slideshow combined with music and audio recordings) for my Son’s 5th birthday [link] as a personal project for my family to celebrate his birthday.

I hadn’t planned for it to get as much great feedback as it did; so I guess it was inevitable, that when it came round to my daughter’s eleventh birthday, I had to create a photofilm for her too!

So over the past few weeks, I’ve been searching through all my photograph archives with my daughter to pick out old (and new) photographs of her growing up over the last eleven years; and creating audio recordings of her describing some of the photographs  as sort of narration throughout the film.

I had a lot of fun looking through all the old photographs, bringing back so many good memories, but it was hard too… trying to choose the final selection from so many!!

I hope you enjoy this as much as I did making it! x

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