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Doug Hounslow Photography

Roxburgh Road, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire


Doug Hounslow Photography

Roxburgh Road, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire



Photographer in the County of Cheshire and surrounding areas. Many years experience in the photography industry. Passionate about my work.
Very competitive rates and excellent reviews from my previous work.

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17 February 2019

Had my granddaughters portrait pictures done with this man, they were a bit uncomfortable about getting them done but he totally put them at ease his wife helps aswell lovely couple, pictures where excellent he printed them while we were there,so ready to take home straight away. Would recommend him to anyone and I would use this business again . Julie Hamill More...



12 February 2019

Very good service, prompt response, easy to deal with.



2 November 2017

Very pleased with our family photo shoot . Doug made us all feel very relaxed. Such a nice guy and nothing was to much trouble . The final photos lovely and we enjoyed the day at his studio. The only hard part was choosing which ones to have as they all brilliant. He showed us his past photos to get ideas of sitting poses and how we'd like to sit as a family. He was very good at making you feel at ease. Worth every penny. More...



1 October 2017

Fabulous job at my parents 75th and 80th birthday party. Unlike some photographers who simply want to get in and get the job done, Doug was very patient and very understanding of the demographic. Fabulously natural pics and a super service overall. Throughly recommend!! More...

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If I'm taking a portrait then it's important to firstly understand what my client wants and secondly making them very comfortable, confident and happy during the shoot. You have to have a full knowledge and experience of lighting, what looks best for the client. It's the same for products etc. Very important to make sure you know what the client wants from the final images.

Make sure you have a full description of what your client is looking for in the final images. Lighting, background, colour or black and white.

What started out as a hobby is now my profession and I still get a buzz out of seeing the clients happy face at the end of the photoshoot.

Many years of doing work for friends and family with little or no income. So enough was enough, It's time to set out on my own.

Your clients should be assured that they will get 110% from me at every job I take on. I will never be happy if they are not