Posts Tagged ‘pet photography’


I had the pleasure of taking photos of a wedding in Wombourne the other week for Rebecca and Vaughan. The weather was fantastic and took photos using the nice back drop of Wombourne park. There was some lovely purple flowers that I was able to use as a background that went really well with the wedding colours. It was nice being able to make use of taking photos in my home village and came in useful for knowing some good places to take group family photos rather than just outside the wedding venue.

Wedding Wombourne September 2010


Wolverhampton photographer specialising in Portraits, Pet photography, Weddings, Corporate Events, Product Shots
This is the relaunch of our professional photography website and new corporate brand identity.

What’s new

We have now separated out our services onto different web pages and included the pricing for transparency. New photos have been added to illustrate my portfolio.

We have introduced a new pet package where I will spend half a day with you going to multiple locations of your choice as I spoke to some pet owners and the preference was for natural action shots rather than just in the studio. With the new pet package customers can get both.

We have also introduced gift certificates so that photo sessions and prints can be purchased as a gift. The certificates can be personalised with the recipients name, senders details, the occasion i.e. birthday or any other message you like.

Our wedding packages have also been amended to include a cd of all the photos taken on the day as this was frequently requested.

We welcome any comments or suggestions you may have, which might prove useful on the site.

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About Me

Ableaf Studio was set-up in 2009 by Wombourne photographer Jon Winter. Jon has many years experience in the Photography business, from studio based work to location based work and has many services to offer. Specialising in corporate/commercial photography, family/portrait photography, pet photography and weddings.

Jon has a great eye for detail and has been complemented for building rapport and helping people feel relaxed. Jon considers these to be some of his greatest strengths.