Keith Barnes is a professional, commercial, portrait, event, academic/education and product photographer based in Oxford. Having started the Photographers Workshop in 1982 as a darkroom and studio hire centre Keith has seen his photography and business move with the times and technology.
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My work is a mixture of commercial and corporate photography, and photographing for: P.R., annual reports, funding documents, sales literature and brochure photography. I photograph for the university and many colleges. I take business portraits and passports/visas. I work in my studio and on location providing photography for businesses and organisations in Oxford and throughout the Thames Valley.
Whether you are a small company or a large corporation, a design, P.R. or Agency I will bring the same attention to detail, creative eye and years of experience to ensure you get the best images possible. If you need a photographer in Oxford give me a call, I will talk to you intelligently about what you need and how I can achieve that for you. Get in contact to discuss your photography needs, I would be very happy to talk to you about any projects or requirements and give you the best advice based on years of experience.
“A very friendly and professional service, Keith is great at putting people at ease to get good pictures. We got him to do pictures for all our staff for the website and are very happy with the result. Good value for money.”
– Oxford Ventures
“You put me at my ease (as much as I think was possible under the circumstances) and your skill and quiet authority gave me (justifiable) confidence in your skills. Once again thank you very much; these photos are going to be immensely useful and it is particularly nice to have a respectable and dignified photograph. Frankly I don’t know why I didn’t do this years ago.”
“Excellent photographer and lovely to work with – friendly, amenable, professional, easy-going, unobtrusive, and gets on with the job with no fuss – just what one wants and needs of a commercial photographer.”
– Em Marshall