Samuel Curtis Photography
I focus on providing a quality and professional service with the highest levels of customer satisfaction – I will do everything I can to meet your expectations, all you have to do is ask. With a variety of offerings to choose from, I'm sure you’ll be happy working with us. Look around my website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. We hope to see you again!
-Samuel Curtis RPS
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I am a young, energetic and enthusiastic photographer, based in Royston Hertfordshire and surrounding villages. There is nothing more satisfying than getting out in the country, camera in hand and capturing all the surrounding beauty of rolling countryside. The only thing better, is being able to put my photography skills to use by photographing for others. I am not like other photographers who charge dear to make a large profit. I photograph because I love to, and I try to keep my costs at a reasonable but affordable price.
The reason why I am passionate about photography, is that it can allow us to slow down time and capture life in those important moments that we should all hold close. Something especially crucial in the busy, high paced world of today. Photography also gives us, in the capacity of digital imaging, to enter a world that can be altered into a fun and creative universe, just by the click of a curser.
I do not have a preference genre or style of photography, I simply capture the beauty in what I see, and I hope that I can help capture your moments too.
Samuel Curtis Photography is a supporter of Diabetes UK. With every booked Event or Portrait photography, a donation is made to the charity.
It is predicted that up to 549,000 people in the UK have diabetes that is yet to be diagnosed. This means that, including the number of undiagnosed people, there is estimated to be over 4 million people living with diabetes in the UK at present. Diabetes UK is the largest UK diabetes charity, leading the way into diabetes research. Let's make a difference.
You can also make a donation the Diabetes UK with the link below.