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Corporate photography

bimblin photography offers the talents of the very best young and creative photographers to provide both digital and film images for corporate promotion. Specialising in web and leaflet images, the team use the latest digital techniques combined with 35mm, medium format and large format imaging.

Client ideas and aspirations are always at the forefront when the team is commissioned and converting this mix into a final, professional and coherent message is their mission.

  • Architectural
  • Interior
  • Landscapes
  • Promotional Material
  • Product Photography
  • Sporting Events
  • Fashion Photography
  • Portfolio


Whether it’s glossy brochure, one off flyer or bespoke web images, bimblin photography has the creative talent and innovative process to provide the very best possible result.

“Mysteries lie all around us, even in the most familiar things, waiting only to be perceived”. 
Wynn Bullock

Personal photography

  • Wedding
  • Family Celebration
  • Baby Photography
  • Family Portrait
  • Pet Portrait

Drawing upon many years experience, bimblin photography moulds images into a focal point of excellence to provide portraits to withstand the ravages of time. Family portraits are the building blocks upon which growth and character, individuality and humour, pride and beauty develop through imagery.

Wedding days, family and formal portraits provide a snapshot in time, a memory to cherish for generations.

“Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again”. 
Henri Cartier Bresson

Framed Prints

bimblin photography offer, limited edition prints, rolled or mounted and framed of landscapes and scenes, abstract and modern, ancient and new. These colourful, signed and authenticated prints provide a perfect complement to adorn living and work areas. They are in limited numbers and guaranteed by the originating photographer.

“I really believe there are things nobody would see if I didn’t photograph them”. 
Diane Arbus