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Hello, I'm Dave Parker, the face behind the camera at Odyssey Photographic.
Having been a photographer for 20 years, I turned professional in 2003 establishing Odyssey Photographic in Lincoln. I relocated to Yateley in North East Hampshire in 2007 where I am still building up my client base. I travel nationally to photograph weddings, outdoor portraits and family shoots, portrait sessions at people's homes or corporate shoots at clients offices.
As well as my wedding and portrait work, I also undertake commercial photography, events, architectural and commissioned work and have extensive experience in theatre and on sound stages.
I'm a qualified member of the Master Photographic Association which provides support and cover for photographers and I also have full professional insurance cover.
I hope you enjoy reading my blog.
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Author Archives: Dave
After shooting the Image Sensors conference in London, and a regular annual Golf club shoot, next up is a local Large scale village music event followed by shooting a two week event down in Somerset… Such a great variety in … Continue reading
This morning, I had the pleasure of showing Laura & Rob their wedding photos from their recent marriage at St Micheal’s Sandhurst and reception at Easthampstead Park. They had a great day and now have the delights of choosing which … Continue reading
We all know the wedding day is supposed to be enjoyed more by the girls than the boys – well not always… Here is a selection from a recent wedding where the guys definitely had a good time! They all … Continue reading
…some quick proofs of yesterdays shoot with Lizzie Tailby of Beadstobuyfor. Lizzie makes bespoke jewellery using natural pearls and Swarovski crystals. Her designs can be seen on her website and make a wonderful alternative for brides or ladies looking to … Continue reading
Enjoy great music??? The Royal Oak in Yateley is the venue for M:Touch, a community music evening raising money for local charities whilst showcasing local talent. Held on the first Friday of every month, M:Touch attracts a good regular crowd … Continue reading
In the news recently was the result of a survey stating that Hart is the best place to live in Britain. Well after a last nights snow fall, I popped out with the camera and captured these shots. All of these pictures are … Continue reading
Just been working on a wedding album and thought I’d share some of the photos with you… The bride had a wonderful pair of bright red shoes making a real opportunity for some great photos. I just love people who … Continue reading
I was recently invited to take some shots for a charity event in aid of the Thames Valley and Chiltern Air Ambulance and The Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice. The aptly named Mistletoe Wedding Dress ball gave the opportunity for ladies to get … Continue reading
Just had 5 minutes to quickly do some retouching on some old favourite shots with the lovely girls… If you’ve got any comments, I’d love to hear them – if not, hope you like the changes 🙂 All changes undertaken … Continue reading