St Albans Photographer

Beautiful, natural and timeless family photography in St Albans, Hertfordshire

meet-stephaniePictures trigger our memories. But pictures that tell the story of your family, of the significant moments in your lives, are a special gift. Give that story to your family; give that story to your children; give that story to yourself… I love capturing the magic of the pregnant body, babies and children. I believe that photographing people in their own environment is the best way to create relaxed family portraits and spontaneous images. Please take a look at my recent sessions to get an idea of my style.

UK top 10 photographer of the year, I am based in St Albans and will travel within Hertfordshire to photograph your family. This includes Harpenden, Radlett, Kings Langley, WheathampstedWelwyn, Berkhamsted and on occasion I will also travel to London.

I also teach photography to DSLR owners who would like to get more out of their camera, take a look at my photography course in St Albans page for more details. Spaces on the course are limited and go very quickly so if you’re interested please get in touch.

Thanks for the photos, they are GREAT! Better than real life in fact ;-)

We really appreciate the effort you have gone to. Your photos will be the ones that will be a record of this time in the family’s history.

Sara & Nic S.

St Albans

Wow, we absolutely LOVE the photos – thank you! You have created some stunning images for us which I know we and our families will really treasure for years to come. I can’t wait to get them up on our walls!!

Rebecca W.

St Albans

Oh wow just had a sneak peek at the pictures!! They look amazing!!! I absolutely love them, got quite emotional :)
Thank you so much, we loved doing the shoot and the children have been excited to see the pictures, you were fantastic with them too.

Shameem and Dan H.

St Albans

Stephanie Belton
54 Hazelmere Rd
St Albans AL4 9RN


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