London photographer Mat Smith is an independent, freelance portrait photographer who shoots editorial, commercial, and personal portrait photography.
Mat also runs a separate wedding photography business: Visit Your Wedding Captured.com »
Although based in London, Mat regularly undertakes commissions across the UK and beyond; in the last 12 months he has worked for clients in New York, Dublin, Paris, and the French Alps - not to mention the North of England.
The majority of his commissions are naturally based here in the greatest city in the world: London.
As a portrait artist, Mat loves shooting anyone with a story, but particularly relishes working with artists, musicians, actors, business leaders, and politicians.
I really like the final versions, which is amazing because I've never seen a photo of me that I actually like before!
You are clearly a miracle worker.
- Jackie Lowe, Aug 2012
Mat puts you totally at ease, and is an expert at directing you so you look as fabulous as possible.
I was super-relaxed the whole photo shoot, and have a great selection of photos to show for it
- Cheryl Frances-Hoad, BASCA award-winning composer
And as a matter of fact, they slide pretty nicely.
- Mat Smith
The div gets its height from the longest quotation, which is pretty neat.
- Mat Smith
This is the fifth quotation
- Mat Smith
Some of the services offered are: magazine-style Photoshop editing, make-up artist, on-location shooting, styling services, and more.
If you are looking for a very simple package for your portraits, Mat Smith Photography publishes special 'flash' offers on a monthly basis on the Facebook page.Learn more »
As a freelance photographer, Mat aims to take bookings as soon as possible, however there may be a lead time for booking your shoot, or editing the photos from your shoot.
Booking status: currently taking bookings during the next two weeks
Editing status: Proofing gallery ready within 1 week. Editing lead time approximately 2 weeks.
Some of the more artsy photographs I've taken which were not commissions as such. This is for when people want to see stuff that is less like I am trying to sell them something.
A little link to /shop which currently exists. Maybe some blurb text about limited edition prints.
Made salsa / guac twice in as many nights. Recipe improving. Found a source of beautifully ripe / cheap Hass avocados http://t.co/rtAxFrs2JMyesterday
31 graphs that will essentially depress you about the state of the modern world. Seriously. http://t.co/GoATd2rBQkyesterday
Crumbs - just saw @WorkshopCoffee tweet, Finca Tamana is now sold out... please save any you have left on shelves guys!yesterday
Note well, people: @WorkshopCoffee currently selling a wonderful bean, Columbia Tamana. Gorgeous peach flavours. Also their Finca La Paz=YESyesterday
Don't leave your wedding photo moments to chance. You may want to take some time to think about which things you most want photographed and factor this into the planning of your day. Here are 5 tips to help your photographer capture moments that could be easy to overlook.
In this article, I'm going to tell you how to get the best possible portrait shots from your iPhone. I'll also share with you some software I use; these apps are very well-loved by amateur and professional photographers alike. The more time I spent shooting professionally, the less I was inclined to take around my DSLR, opting instead to take various other smaller cameras for everyday photography; Canon G6, my beautiful old Nikkormat with 50mm 1.4 lens and a roll of Fuji BW film, even a twin lens reflex was smaller and easier to carry around. Now, I just take my iPhone 4S with me.
A Cinegraph, or Cinemagraph, is a still image with some constituent parts that are moving. Personally I think the concept is quite unique. It’s not the same as an animated GIF, the somewhat tacky pre-cursor of video on the web, where the whole image moves – usually as 3-5 second sequences in loops. Nor is [...]
I’ve been pretty excited about the opening of Jamie Oliver’s new restaurant Union Jacks for a while, and as an avid local tweeter for Chiswick / accidental restaurant advisor / general photo and food blogger (usually on other sites), I took my camera along to the soft opening today. Some background: I don’t have a [...]
Some of the first photos from a recent wedding in Regent’s Park, London. September and October are by far my favourite months of the year, light-wise.
Photography rates can depend on a number of factors including availability, location, and requirements for styling, number of photography hours, number of photographs, and more. This is why Mat Smith Photography quotes strictly on an individual basis.
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