Based in East Hertfordshire and covering all the county's towns
as well and London and west Essex, Steve Beeston Photography offers competitive rates and service.
If you're interested in any of the photographic services I offer, please feel free to get in contact. I offer pre-shoot consultations, allowing me to get a good idea of your requirements. For events I'm also happy to visit the location beforehand to get an idea of the space and lighting.
To find out more please feel free to browse this brochure website
or visit my main website at www.stevebeeston.co.uk
You can also find out more about my work by reading my blog,
which includes case studies, techniques, galleries and other information about my photography.
Scroll down to read more about the different photographic services I offer.
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I offer a range of headshots, including colour, black and white and a range of stock effects..
Sessions can take place in your home using a mobile studio or at a location of your choice.
Price start at £40 for a half hour shoot.
I can also provide make up artists and stylists,
I produce a range of stylised finished including black and white, vignettes, soft focus,
high-key, low-key and cross-processing.
In addition to individual headshots and portraits, I can also provide group shots.
Read more about my portraiture work, headshots and group photography in the blog.
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Parties are particularly fun, especially when there are lots of attractive young girls.
Parties and functions are great fun to photograph, be they family functions such as christening or receptions with friends and relatives, or partioes to celebrate birthdays, graduations and other shit.
I can also provide instant prints for events which allows hosts and guests to view the great shots I take just minutes after they're taken.
My standard hourly rate for functions and parties is £60,
or £50 for bookings of 3 hours or more.
Read more about my party and function photography in the blog.
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I've been photographing theatrical productions for over 30 years.
From village halls through local theatres to the West End, I've shot pantomimes, musicals, dramas and operas,
from one-handers to big cast productions.
I typically shoot the last dress-rehearsal before a show opens and use only the stage lighting for maximum dramatic effect.
I also provide promotional and performer profile images for use in advertising and media coverage.
Displays and bulk orders of photo DVDs and prints can also be made available for cast, crew and audience, including online ordering.
I shoot interiors for property sales, retail and business promotion in print and on the web.
I've photographed kitchens, bathrooms, restaurants, recording studios and supermarkets.
Images can be optimised for colour balance and exposure for use in a variety of media
for sales and promotional purposes.
Rates start at £60 for a simple ambient lighting shoot.
Find out about some of the projects I've worked on in my blog.
Over the last ten years I've photographed a wealth of musicians at venues as varied as small clubs,
pubs, theatres, churches and large festivals.
Acts I've photographed include The Undertones, Bastille, The Subways, Declan McKenna, The Christians, Neville Staple, The Mystery Jets, Rotating Leslie, The Correspondents, Leon Hendrix and The Brand New Heavies.
As well as photographing the acts I also like to focus on the audience and performance environment.
My music photography doesn't end at live performances -
I've also been shot profile images of bands and singers for use in print, on social media, and even album covers.
Read more about my live music photiography in my blog.
I've worked on a number of food photography projects for restaurants, retailers, marketing
and other food related businesses.
In fact, whenever I encounter food on an unrelated project, I always try and get some shots.
I've photographed dishes prepared by chefs, cold food and platters for functions, cookery demonstrations,
promotional displays of fruit, cheese, bakery products and finger food.
Read more about my food photography in the blog.
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