Passport Changes – We’re READY!

HM Passport Agency is changing the way passport photographs are conveyed to them.  The old paper passport photograph will soon not be accepted, as the agency changes to digital, online applications.

In future, your passport photo will be sent to the Passport Agency with a unique code, that you must obtain from the studio where your passport photo was taken.

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We can do that for you! Continue reading Passport Changes – We’re READY!

Active Children?

Active Children No Problem!

Not all children can sit still and pose. Here at Portraits2Go.co.uk we don’t think that is a problem.  In fact most of the time we prefer the images of the tiny tearaways playing and having fun.

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Those candid moments when they are chilled and enjoying themselves are frequently the ones that really capture their personality.

So, don’t stress if you think your youngster won’t have the patience, we do! We’ll take the time to set them up to enjoy themselves. You will have pictures of your youngsters as they are and as you will remember them.

P.S. Bring toys!

Miss Mary M’Lovely

To be honest, it’s not often that the average working photographer gets to work with a real, successful model.  So you can imagine how thrilling it was when I discovered that the girl in front of my camera today had starred in commercials, had been in videos with popular music bands, and was well accustomed to posing for the crowds!  So here she is, photographed by yours truly – none other than professional model Miss Mary M’Lovely.

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Isn’t she just gorgeous!  Star of stage, screen, studio and the catwalk – erm, maybe not the CATwalk!

Dr Adam Clarke

On a recent visit to the North Coast (of Ireland) I visited the town of Portrush, and made some images of the local Methodist Church there.  Why so?  Because of it’s name!  This church is named for the learned Bible commentator Dr Adam Clarke.

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Adam Clarke was born in 1760 near Tobermore, and died of Cholera in Westminster, London in 1832. Clarke’s greatest work was his Bible Commentary, which was to be a standard theological text among Methodists for around 200 years.  Continue reading Dr Adam Clarke

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