jason chambers photographers
Welcome to my Lake District Photography Blog. This is where you will find my recent work whether it's my Cumbria Wedding Photography, Portraits, Lake District Landscapes or personal projects. If you're looking for someone that has found their natural gift of photography and is truly passionate about what they do, drop me a line for more details and availability.

Friday, 9 August 2013

New Lake District Landscape Gallery for purchasing prints - Canvas -Panoramics

I am pleased to announce my new format of Photographic print sales and Panoramic Photographs of the Lake District. This is still in development at the moment with galleries ranging from Lake District Landscapes and International work, wedding galleries are also available for clients with password protection.
Here is a recent sunset photograph which can be purchased directly from the website link below.


Saturday, 15 June 2013

Anna and Robert's Inn On The Lake Wedding Photgraphs

Anna and I just wanted to say a massive thank you for shooting our wedding on saturday. It Was an honor to have you photograph us, and we had a really good laugh and felt very at ease and relaxed during photos.
Being a photography enthusiast myself, watching you do your work was brilliant, and the buzz that you got from taking each shot really transcended through to us, and the previews that we saw looked brilliant and we really cannot wait to see the photos.
Again, thank you!

Rob and Anna Rigby

Thursday, 10 January 2013

SWPP Photographers Convention London

Having a fab time shooting the convention with Rob Summers from promo films. Just back from another superb little location. Hope to post a few photographs soon.

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Friday, 19 October 2012

Wedding Photography preparation

Batteries charged, memory cards formatted! Ready for tomorrow's wedding at Armathwaite Hall.

Thursday, 18 October 2012

Lovely feedback from a recent wedding at the Wordsworth Hotel - Grasmere

We spent some time choosing a photographer for our Lake District wedding and eventually settled on Jason Chambers having looked through the fantastic wedding shots on his website and speaking to him on the telephone. From the very first phone call, nothing was too much trouble for Jason. He took time to listen to our ideas and suggested how he could help us, and at no time did we feel under any pressure. Over about 18 months – from booking right through to receiving our album, Jason was contactable either by telephone or email to answer our questions courteously and quickly. On our wedding day itself, Jason arrived early and took time to explain what he would be doing and listen to some of our more specific thoughts on particular photographs we would like. He was there all day and well into the evening, but at no time did we feel intruded upon – Jason was mostly in the background, snapping away and capturing the very best of our day. He felt very much part of the wedding itself and, without exception, our guests were full of praise for him. We had great fun being photographed, jumping in Jason’s car for a trip up a mountain and stopping the traffic for a Reservoir Dogs shot in the middle of Grasmere. The children too really warmed to Jason – he made them feel special and they really enjoyed their shots. Jason sent us a proof disc with a great selection of photographs which was waiting for us on return from our honeymoon – they were simply amazing and we were so happy with them. Family and friends could view the photographs on his website and I’ve lost count of how many people got in touch to tell us how fantastic they are. The problem we had though is selecting the photographs for our album – we wanted just about all of them ! Jason Chambers is not your bog standard wedding photographer – he is a different class altogether and our wedding album is testimony to this. We are glad we chose him to photograph our wedding and recommend him 100%. Rob & Sarah.

Saturday, 13 October 2012

Armathwaite Hall

A beautiful Autumn day for Louise and Bens wedding at st Johns Church in Keswick and Armathwaite Hall for the reception.

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