St Mary's Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 17th January 2016 12:00pm
Pet owners love their animals as members of the family and gaining in popularity in the last few years has been the trend to display images of pets as high quality wall art, to complement other family portraiture.
While modern smartphones enable us to snap lots of characterful, spontaneous shots of our pets, the images are not a patch (or rover or fido) on those taken by professionals with the skills and equipment to capture our wonderful domestic companions in delightful high resolution.
So if you're thinking of commissioning some photographs of your own pet, you may be interested to know that Haddenham resident Matthew Race is extending his professional services to include pet photography.
And the costs are likely to be much more reasonable than you might imagine, especially as Matthew is looking to extend his reputation and build a local client base.
Matthew's full service offering begins in a couple of weeks time, but if you'd like more information in the meantime, visit his website.
Or telephone him on: 07769 181098
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