Eton College photography



We are approved Eton College photographers that are available to photograph your sons leavers portraits. The portrait session lasts 1 hour and the images will be taken in and around the college grounds.

WHat's Included - the photography

DBS cleared and approved Eton College photographers.
1 Hour portrait photo session.
A professional photographer with 30 years experience who lives in Eton.
Professional service.
Rich mixture of images with many variations. A minimum of 30 images.
Your chosen images will be individually enhanced and colour corrected.
Dedicated password gallery for all your son's images.

Cost £125.00

What's Available - DISPLAY PRODUCTS

After the photo session your images can be viewed in your son's own dedicated password protected gallery where you can purchase display products at competitive pricing.

For every print you purchase you will receive for Free the low-resolution copy (600x400px) optimised for sharing on social media.

Display products available for purchase include:

Prints with 13 sizes available.
Mounted Prints with the college emblem & your son's name.
Framed Mounted Prints.
Canvasses ready to hang on the wall.
Wall Aluminium Panels in a contemporary finish.
Photo Books made in the UK in assorted sizes & covers.
High-resolution Files - subject to a usage agreement.



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Carrying on the Tradition

As local Eton photographers we are carrying on a 250 year old Eton College tradition by taking Eton boys leaver portraits.
First recorded in the seventeenth century, by which the headmaster presented books ‘to all young gentlemen who took their leave of him handsomely’. Handsomely seems to have implied the present of some £10 or £15 (noblemen paid double) slipped unostentatiously on to the headmaster’s desk when taking final leave.
It was to a headmaster, Dr. Barnard, who reigned from 1754 to 1765, that the idea occurred of asking for a portrait instead of a leaving fee from his more distinguished pupils.