“We went for a photoshoot to Lionel and Tracy for my two girls’ modelling portfolios – they were both very pleasant and made the girls feel so comfortable and special. The girls are 14 and 7 hence they needed different approach to get them pose in front of the camera. We all had such a fun experience and the photos are just gorgeous … thank u very very much … we will be back soon for other photographs xo”
I have a relaxed reportage style of Wedding photography that will tell the story of your day from bridal preparations to the first dance. I will capture the memorable moments as they unfold and preserve them forever in a beautifully bound photo storybook or luxurious Apertura Album.
From journalistic to editorial style and from sports to party. It can be a corporate event, a club event, family event or any event you are organising. I can produce prints there and then at the event or provide an online gallery or both. Prints can be ordered after the event or digital files can be downloaded.
I have a great passion for portrait photography. Everything from headshots to family or creative portraiture, in the studio or on location. My aim is to capture not just my subject’s physical likeness, but also the person’s character, mood or personality.
“Can’t thank Lionel enough for our latest photoshoot in Studio 88. I found Lionel very good to work with, he took my ideas and then he put his own spin on them achieving a fabulous result. Really happy with the finished products and will work with Lionel again in the future.”
“Thanks for sending the link of the images through so quickly, very much appreciated. Lovely to work with you on this event. Hope we can be in touch again in the future.”
Some useful information for my existing clients or anyone thinking of booking wedding, portrait or event photography with me but worried about committing to a booking in these uncertain times due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Some thoughts on what couples might look for when deciding on a wedding photographer. Asking what is style when it comes to wedding photography. Is it the documentary, or reportage method or is it more than that? Having a look at some examples of what it is that I believe defines my style as a wedding photographer.