We’re very excited to have the studio reopening again on 12th April but we wanted to take a moment to share how we’ll be keeping our staff and customers safe during this time.
Pet Photo Competition The Photo Cafe Website is now live and to celebrate the launch Memory Gate Photography has teamed up with The Photo Cafe to offer an exciting pet photo competition. One of the first products on offer are personalised digital watercolour portraits for your pet. These high quality digital watercolour paintings are created…
For those that can’t have a newborn studio session we’ve put together some tips on how to photograph your newborn baby at home.
I know it’s not the same as a studio session but hopefully when we reopen we’ll be able to take some amazing photos of your baby whatever age they are.
My favourite studio photos If you’ve visited our Croydon studio then there’s a good chance you’ve met Debbie in The Photo Cafe. Over the last five and a half years we’ve photographed her family grow. There’s no one better to speak to about all our different types of family and baby shoots as Debbie has…
With all the current and ongoing restrictions many of you might not have been to see the London Christmas Lights this year.
I wanted to end the year with a little bit of festive cheer so I took a quick trip up town to see some of the London Christmas Lights.
During the summer I visited the Wembley Park art trail whilst photographing a series of artworks part of the London Mural Festival. The Wembley Park art trail consists of a number of artworks across a number of mediums, including paints, digital mixed media and upcycled materials.
Christmas Gifts for Grandparents
What do grandparents want for Christmas? That’s the easiest question to answer in 2020.
During the summer a tweet from someone who visited all of the London Monopoly Board locations caught my attention. I thought this seemed a pretty fun thing to do and as I invested further I realised that I wasn’t alone.
3D photography or stereo imagery a technique for creating the illusion of depth in an image know has been around since before the invention of photography.
Point of interest, sometimes referred to as the centre of interest, is probably the most important element in any photographic composition. I