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Graham Hiscock of Camelot Photographic Expands

Friday 4 June 2010, 17:10
By John Baxter

Trixie, Graham and daughter Emily HiscockGraham and Trixie Hiscock are seen here with their daughter, in their recently opened purpose built studio in the grounds of their home on West Hill. This provides an ideal environment for individual and family studio portraits, complete with changing room and of course the latest in studio lighting.

Graham shoots his own daughterGraham and Trixie are both well qualified and experienced professional photographers. Trixie specialises in children and families while Graham, in addition to portraits, has become well known as one of the leading wedding photographers in Somerset. He has also built up a considerable reputation for his commercial photography, turning shots of everything from lawn mowers to eggs and property into arresting point-of-sale imagery.

Emily Hiscock, portrait by Graham HiscockHere we see Graham at work and left is a typical result. The sort of portrait any parent would treasure.

Recently Graham has also decided to expand his shop, Camelot Photographic in Church Street. Here he now provides a complete developing, printing, and restoring service for amateur and professional photographers, including the increasingly rare option (in these digital days) of film developing.

His printing service provides not only standard size prints, but the option to order high quality enlargements up to A1 size in a variety of finishes, including canvas wraps.

Moving his portrait studio to West Hill, however, has also enabled him to expand Camelot Photographic so he can now provide a complete picture framing service.

Graham in his framing studio with a restored print of the cow and gate factory
Graham in his framing studio with a restored print of the cow and gate factory

Some of the range of frames on offerThis shows some of the range of frames on offer, though virtually any frame can be ordered. In addition he offers a bespoke mirror service and now carries in the shop an increased range of ready-made frames, albums, cameras and accessories.

To contact Graham for any of these services phone 01963 34424/34189 or visit

Article and photos by John Baxter


Posts: 1
Well done Graham and Trixie.
Reply #1 on : Tue June 08, 2010, 10:13:36
In these difficult financial days it's refreshing to read articles about local businesses being successful.

Take note all you Wincanton businesses. The Window offers you a great opportunity to get your message to the masses. Graham and Trixie have seen this opportunity.

The Wincanton Window is all about Wincanton and district. It is being read by more and more people every month. The Window is growing steadily.

However what you may not know, is that The Window is also being read by people outside the area. So your articles can be seen by a much wider audience.

So all businesses in this area (and I mean ALL businesses) should be submitting regular articles like Graham and Trixie. It's a great advertising vehicle. Get typing today. It's FREE! Not that has to be good.

Keep up the great work Graham and Trixie.


John Smith - Chairman WBT

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