At Rhubarb & Custard we take pride in our ability to capture your families true personalities. We use a mixture of traditional and contemporary photography in a relaxed atmosphere to capture unforgettable and very personal images of you and your family. We would highly recommend steering well clear of the sterile, insipid white of the studio. Instead let us use our knowledge of the local area to find somewhere outdoors for your shoot. Eton has some of the most beautiful backdrops, with rivers, bridges, gardens, and tree lined avenues that provides a relaxed and informal environment that will allow us to bring your true personalities out. If however your heart is really on a studio look, then we have all the equipment back at the studio to make it happen.
Photo shoots are charged on an hourly basis but we can usually get more than enough images within the first hour. Following the session, we will create a confidential password protected online album for you to view all the photos online in the comfort of your own home. Unlike some studios, we apply no pressure to you to buy products with a minimum spend, give you a 24 hour timeframe before deleting the images or other high pressure techniques. You also have a free viewing session that you can book with us after the shoot at the Gallery when we can show you all your photos in a larger format than on the web. We have the technology that will help you make your choice in a snap and we can also give you guidance and advice on framing and presentation options at the same time to fit within your budget.
- 1 Hour Photo Session just £99
- Password protected online album for you to share with friends and family
- No high pressure sales techniques
- Free Viewing Session once photos are developed and ready
- Colour and Black & White versions created for each photo we take
- typically 40-80 photos for you to choose from
- Huge choice of printing and framing options available, including all digital files on DVD
"A good portrait should show a bit of a persons past, a lot of his present and a suggestion of his future"
Halid K Izzet, photographer