What a Picture Photography is a family photography company based in Birmingham.
The team comprises Kevin as the photographer and Kathleen running the back office side.
Our business covers equine and sports photography
I’m happy to travel to most locations to work with you.
Most of our clients book because they get on with me when we first meet. It is important that we gel together to get the best results.
A little about me,
A full-time photographer who previously was a Police officer for 26 years before combining two jobs became troublesome.
I volunteer for the charity Remember My Baby as a photographer and Regional coordinator and also for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution as a Community Presenter and occasional bucket rattler.
I also volunteer for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution as a Community Presenter and occasional bucket rattler.
I have had work published in various media from the Scottish Daily Record to online news, Football America UK . and the RNLI
My late father Sid was the catalyst to my love of photography donating the little brownies and Instamatics that I cut my teeth on. I went through my early years learning on Zenith and Canon film cameras. Always improving the kit to achieve better results, not just cameras and lenses but what was then the beginnings of home computing and the internet. I learned how to hand-code web pages just prior to the amazing growth spurt as the internet went from geek to mainstream use.
Digital imaging was a significant new development which I embraced from its early beginnings starting from a little camera that took plastic floppy drives holding a handful of images through to the current Fuji system I use for all the work I do.
Kathleen is a former railway worker who now helps with the admin side of the business, logistical support at shoots and also volunteers at the furniture shop run by the local St Mary’s Hospice
call on 07950 840069, or fill in the form on the contact page
We can discuss any requirements that you have. by phone or email, please get in touch
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