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All The World's A Studio

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Jeff Krotz became a celebrity photographer when he moved to the UK from Canada, photographing Spandau Ballet’s Tony Hadley’s wedding and marriage to Alison Evers at Cliveden House Hotel.
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Digital Editing / Airbrushing
Wedding Albums
Photography Style
Traditional / Classic
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  • £600
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  • Canadian born Jeff Krotz first picked up an SLR(single lens reflex-35mm camera for those of you not from the Old School) to photograph the “Tullavision” tour of the band Jethro Tull at the Silver Dome in Detroit Michigan with 85.000 people in 1974. From then on getting up close and personal photographing some of the biggest bands in the world; followed on by a three year study of Photography in College and 12 years on the road with a “Travelling Family Portrait Studio extending the width and breadth of Canada to finally moving to the UK and becoming a celebrity photographer including shooting Spandau Ballet’s Tony Hadley’s wedding and marriage to Alison Evers at Cliveden House Hotel Jeff’s local “back yard”. It’s here you’ll find the purpose built separate Home Studio sporting both indoor and outdoor facilities of "All The World's A Studio situated across the road from the Grovefield House Hotel in Burnham Buckinghamshire located 5 min north of Junction 7 of M4, 12min south of junction 2 of M40 between Maidenhead and Slough.
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    • Taplow Common Road, Slough, Buckinghamshire, SL1 8LP, England