Hello! I'm Guy Henstock, a Photographer and Digital Creative.
Based in Oxford, UK, I specialize in event, travel and product photography.
Live Music Photography
One of the most challenging forms of photography. Little light and a moving subject. I have been taking photos at gigs since I bought my first SLR with my first pay packet when I was 16.
Whether it is for an in-house magazine or for corporate literature,a good image is a reflection of your business.
Animals & Nature Photography
From pictures of my cat Banksy to monkeys in Indonesia.
Probably my most favorite form of photography, not least of all because it usually involves being somewhere exotic. I have travelled extensively and had the opportunity to capture some great images.
Whether you have a large number of products for a catalogue or just require a few photos for one product, your buyer will often make their purchasing decision simply on the photograph.
From travels or events I have a collection of great people photos.
Whether private parties or corporate events, having a decent event photographer will capture the essence of the event for you to share once it is all over.
Whether for it's simple crisp clean design or complex intricate detail buildings can offer opportunity for great photography.
Choosing a photographer for your wedding can be one of the hardest decisions a couple can make.
From The Portfolio
I have been a keen photographer most of my life. I have over 30 years of photographic experience, 15 of which using digital technology both in shooting and post-production.
I have had the opportunity to photograph a wide variety of subjects, sometimes in very exotic locations.
Photographic Post-Production 90%
Web Development 80%
Motion Video 75%
Whatever your project I have the skills and experience to deliver the images you need.
I learnt traditional darkroom techniques from an early age. Those techniques have proven invaluable in the modern digital age. I combine the latest techniques with traditional darkroom and print methods to produce high quality images while retaining a natural look.
I aim to make the best of a photograph without making it look 'Photoshopped'.
Using the latest technologies and frameworks I design websites with lots of features bespoke for your needs. I have back-end coding skills which I use to develop something beyond the standard templates that many developers now use.
Google Business View
As a Google Trusted Independent Photographer I am able to produce a tour of your business which I can publish on Google. I can also embed the tour in your website for your visitors to take a look round.
Why Choose Me?
I strive to do everything I do at the highest standards achievable.
I have been taking photographs for over 30 years. Everything I learnt before the digital age is transferable to today's cameras and post -production. The digital age has provided extra control and options while still allowing a picture to look natural, if that is what is required.
I use the latest technologies and frameworks to produce bespoke quality designs with many features. I have back-end coding skills that I use to go beyond the standard templates that so many developers now use.
Cups of Coffee
Google Business Views
From The News Blog
This week I have been shooting some product photography for Becky Morgans Jewellery. Becky makes exquisite hand made jewellery…
I haven’t done any gig photography so far this year so on Friday I took myself down to…
I visited the amazing La Rochelle last week. Unfortunately I was only there for one night but I…
If you have been out and about in Abingdon in the last couple of weeks, you may have…
The Rocky Horror Show is coming to New Theatre Oxford in December 2016 and I was asked to take some…
Today I have been re-creating a photograph of The Beatles taken at Brasenose College Oxford in March 1964 with…
Building a Social Movement for Inclusive Asylum Today I attended the From Fortress Europe to Sanctuary Europe conference held at…
The Oxford Mail have printed another one of my photos from Common People Oxford ( #CommonPeopleOX ) in…
Some of my photos from Common People Oxford appeared in The Oxford Mail today. You can see them in all their glory…
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