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Platinum Photography Studio Ltd

11 Holme Grange Craft Village
Heathlands Road
RG40 3AW
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NO STUDIO OR SITTING FEES. We are a relaxed style family portrait studio. We do not charge anything for your time in the studio which allows you to relax and enjoy your time with us.

We take all kinds of photographs from - Family Portraits Pet Portraits Weddings Events and More. We also have a canvas printing service. Please visit our website for more details and samples!

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