Katherine Neale Photography

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dog sat in field
April 10, 2017

Editing the dog!

Having a little play in the fields this morning with the pooch, I fancied a bit more pink in the blossom and more green in the grass . . . editing by hand rather than using preset filters gives you …

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a girl and her dog
April 5, 2017

Then and now . . .

A large majority of my clients are repeat customers and this is something I love about what I do. This trio of cousins first came to me in 2011, two studios ago, when we did a combination of studio shots …

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girl in sunset
April 3, 2017

The Magic of Editing . . .

Clients often ask me why they can’t view their images straightaway, and the answer to this question is simple – the images aren’t complete until they have been through the editing process. Only part of the magic happens in the …

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a portrait photo shoot with children not going well
January 29, 2017

Never work with children or animals!

If I had a pound for everytime someone said to me ‘you know what they say, never work with children or animals”, then I really wouldn’t need to work with children or animals! One of the biggest challenges in my …

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Katherine Neale Photography
May 19, 2015

How to choose the right newborn photographer?

So you’ve seen the perfect baby poses on Pinterest, Instagram or Facebook, and want to re-enact the same poses with your newborn but Google brings up a selection of photographers claiming to be ?specialist newborn photographers? in your local area. …

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Katherine Neale Photography
March 2, 2015

Wall Art versus Digital file?

It’s always a dilemma when my clients come into the studio for their viewing ? do we go for a collection of digital files to keep and share, or a single image in a frame for the wall? Of course …

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