Posted on July 22, 2019
For those of you that don’t know me, I just thought I’d introduce myself, I’m David Scille a Portrait Photographer based in Haslemere. I’ve always been fascinated about taking portraits of people for a while now, I know how tough it is and how nervous you can get as I didn’t like being photographed myself.
However I believe that everyone deserves to have beautiful portraits, I believe that your portraits should be printed and beautifully displayed in your home.
So if you love beautiful taken portraits.
Contact me for a consultation to discuss your photoshoot.
Posted on January 28, 2019
This was her first time having a photo shoot. She sat there nervously waiting for me to show her the first pose; or was that me who was nervous? As I settled down I talked to her and guided her throughout the session, making it a joyful experience for both myself, my assistant and her. She gracefully flowed from one pose to the next, allowing me to capture her at her best and create some beautiful portraits for her to love. When I presented her with her photos she said she had fallen in love with herself.
A gorgeous portrait of Nicole
Photographer: David Scille
Posted on January 4, 2019
This was her first time having photo shoot. She sat there nervously waiting for me to show her the first pose or was that me who was nervous as I settled down, I talked to her and guided her throughout the session, making it joyful experience for both myself, my assistant and her, she gracefully flowed for one pose, allowing me to capture her at her best and create some beautiful portraits for her to love.
Photography: David Scille
Posted on December 28, 2018
Posted on October 12, 2018
It was an honor and a pleasure to be photographing this beautiful family. Bessie, Joshua and her beautiful daughter khensani.
“A baby makes love stronger, the days shorter, the nights longer, savings smaller, and a home happier.”
Posted on April 19, 2018
What do you love about framed portraits?
Posted on April 15, 2018
I came up with this idea, just to put my portrait on an easel like a piece of art that had just been freshly painted.
But I spent some time thinking about the best place to display this work of art. My muse had bought some daffodils the day before and arranged them on our sideboard.
Then it hit me, I knew where I was going to display this beautiful piece of art. I placed it by the flowers that she had bought. This is a portrait that I will love and cherish for all time.
What creative ways do you have to display your portraits?