George Ledger Photography

Welcome

Welcome to my  website, the site describes and showcases the many strands of my professional and commercial photography services, together with some personal projects.

If you are looking for professional wedding photography services, please visit the Wedding Photography pages.

If you are looking for professional Sports photography services, please visit the Sports Photography pages.

I can provide high quality photos to effectively promote your business or corporate identity, maybe for use in your business stationery, banners, leaflets and publications, menus or postcards. Professionally shot photos can also help boost your business website, blog or social media platform, by including images of your products, services or personnel in action.

Contact me now to discuss your photographic requirements and request a quote or book a photo shoot for your wedding / business / Sport’s team or club.

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Welcome to George Ledger Sports Photography, the home of Sports and Action Photography in the North East of England.  I am a freelance Sports Photographer based in Consett, who both covers major national sporting events and also specialises in providing action photography for both local amateur teams and individuals within Schools, Youth and Adult Sports Clubs.

My goal is to take images that capture the emotion, enthusiasm and energy of the sport regardless of what level it is played at. I then produce images for you as an individual or your whole Team that are as good as those of the Professional sports men and women you would see in the newspapers and magazines.

I cover all types of sports photography, whether it is action shots, portraits, group shots, award presentations, indoors or outdoors, team sports or individual sports.

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“There are always two people in every picture, the photographer and the viewer.”
Ansel Adams (1902 – 1984)

I understand all couples are different,  that’s why my flexible pricing structure allows you to create your own package, finding a service and product which suits your individual needs and fits within your budget.

A full day’s Wedding coverage starts at £750 and should you require an album, DVD slideshows, Parent albums etc these can be added to the package prior to the Wedding day. Additional images can be purchased by friends and family from the on-line viewing gallery.

Prices start from  £3 for a 6″ x 4″ image. Alternatively a CD/DVD containing high resolution files of all of your wedding images is available for purchase from £150. Parents’ albums are available in both traditional and digital photobook styles.

At the time of booking, a non returnable fee of £250 is required as a deposit to secure the day. Thirty days prior to your wedding the remaining balance becomes due.

If you would like to talk through your ideas and plans, please feel free to get in touch.

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Durham WFC 2 – 1 Oxford United WFC,

Durham WFC 2 – 1 Oxford United WFC,

Zoe Ness’ late winner saw the Wildcats retain their unbeaten start to the season with a win over Oxford United Women. Ness slotted home three minutes from time to seal victory after Durham were forced to come from behind after Ellie Noble’s goal at the start of the second half. Beth Hepple levelled things up shortly after, before Ness then netted the winner. Lee Sanders […]

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Consett Vets 53-52 Barnard Castle,

Consett Vets 53-52 Barnard Castle,

Consett Codgers kept their 100% winning home record intact against a more youthful barnard castle team. The final score resembling a cricket score with the Codgers winning 53-52. The Codgers have now fielded 58 different players this season and look forward to their next match on Friday 31st March at home to Alnwick vets.

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Consett RFC 27 – 6 Barnard Castle

Consett RFC 27 – 6 Barnard Castle

Consett 1st team took on high fliers Barnard Castle at Amethyst Park, kick off was at the earlier time of 2:15 (to allow rugby fans to watch the last round of the 6 Nations) both teams promised lots of action as they were both aiming to finish the season well. Consett started the sharper with a James Wheeler Try on 7 mins (converted by Dougie […]

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