Customised Christmas Cards

by Robert Whetton 5. October 2010 18:05
Fed up of sending the same cookie cutter cards year after year? Well this year send something different to your family and friends!

Customised Christmas Cards. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer

For just £60.00 you can have a sitting with your family, have some fun and come away with 25 A6 cards with envelops to send to your friends and family.
Extra cards are available: 25 cards for just £20. 50 cards £35 and 75 cards for only £55.

Contact Robert today to book your session!

Summer Weddings 2010

by Robert Whetton 4. October 2010 14:19
Crazy times.. I've been wanting to update information on here for a long time, but everytime I try and put a post together something else comes up! I've finally found 10 mintues to put together this post.

Over the Summer I've been out shooting weddings as a 2nd, covering the Grooms morning for Boundless Photos up in Lymington Spa. The first set is from back in August, when Rachel and Jay got married at Wroxall Abbey. Jay and his best man were a pleasure to cover in the morning, plenty of laughs.

2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
I have to say this Magician was very impressive, and gave great entertainment to all the guests.
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer


This 2nd wedding, when Jo and Gareth tied the knot was on the 18th September, the Church was a mobile black hole around Hook Norton. And then after, the reception was held a really nice golf club in Chipping Norton.

2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
2nd Shooter coverage for Boundless Photos. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer


I'd like to thank both Nick and Jon at Boundless, and the Bride and Grooms for allowing me to help cover your special day.

Robert Whetton, Dorset Portrait Photographer: Jen - Wheat field portrait sitting continued

by Robert Whetton 24. August 2010 22:27

Ok, so back in July I shot Jen Eustace in some fields somewhere around Shaftesbury. Here are the rest of the pics that came out of that shoot. Summer Portrait Shoot. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer Summer Portrait Shoot. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer Summer Portrait Shoot. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer After the field, we looked around for something a little different, we found a long road that also had some farm storage. As luck would have it, there was also a chair to be utilised. Summer Portrait Shoot. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer Please excuse the pink in the top of this pic, something happend on the upload.. Summer Portrait Shoot. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer Summer Portrait Shoot. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer This was a great shoot, and I have to thank Jen for being a fantastic model. She's looking for more photographers to take pictures of her for her folio, so if you have a good idea for a shoot and you're in the area look her up.

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Bournemouth Air Festival 2010

by Robert Whetton 21. August 2010 20:36
Wow what a terrible event this year, the weather hasn't helped one single bit! I think the best day for weather was Thursday, and I decided to camp out at Bournemouth Airport that day..
Weather was changable, but over all good light for shooting aircraft.
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
While waiting for the F-16 to fly in, I had overheard a couple of people talking about the Vulcan coming in and staying at Bournemouth Airport, I turned to them and said that the Vulcan never stays here. But sure enough the rumour was true and a little later than advertised, she came in to land.Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Half way down the runway she deployed her huge parachute to help her deceleration.


After that I was looking forward to seeing the show on the Friday. I had booked a boat ready to shoot with the sun this year instead of against it.

Friday came, and the weather looked bleak, mind you the morning on Thursday had started in a similar way. I was ever optomistic that the weather would improve!

So I drove down into Poole, where the boat was leaving from. Once there I quickly headed to the boat, I didn't want to have a lower deck seat.. Everything seemed fine, weather wasn't too bad, the water seemed relitively calm. That all changed once we left Poole Harbour (the worlds 2nd biggest natural harbour in the world). The water became extremely choppy and the weather started to close in.
People were falling over on deck when they went up for refreshments etc. It wasn't looking good.
Once we had reached our desitnation. The capitain lowered the anchor and told us to stay seated until they had settled the boat. The swaying improved a little, well enough to stand without falling over all the time. I had no idea what I was gong to do, Shooing at 1/125 of a second to capture the blur of Rotors and stand up on 2 feet.
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
Bournemouth Air Festival 2010. Photography by Robert Whetton Photographer
5 hours of being chucked around in a boat isn't really the best way to take shots of aircraft. These are the best of a bad lot.. Hopefully next year will yeild better results.

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