Yellowbelly Photography is based in the county of Lincolnshire and is led by Sarah Washbourn. Following in the footsteps of her late father, Peter Washbourn, her career started in photojournalism, taking images of people from all walks of life, including our former monarch HRH Queen Elizabeth II. Over 20 years she has picked up numerous awards and been shortlisted for many more.
To see the diverse range of pictures Sarah has taken over the years then click here
One area of expertise is Real Estate Photography. Sarah has extensive experience capturing images for both the property market and also holiday lets, helping to market homes for sales or cottages to let, for example. In addition to standard photographs Sarah holds a license for Drone Photography and is also able to produce Virtual Tours using a Matterport Camera.
Sarah is also a very experienced Wedding Photographer. Using her photojournalism experience, Sarah documents your special day as it unfolds and covers from Bridal Prep all the way through to the First Dance and evening celebrations.
Following the pandemic, Sarah’s Photo Restoration service became very popular. Customers were finding old family photographs which had suffered damage. Whether they have been torn or faded, these can you usually be restored back to life. Black and white photos can even be converted to colour.
To see more of Sarah's work, click on the links on the menu. More information about the services Yellowbelly Photography provide can also be found here.
When Sarah isn't working she likes to walk her Dog, Domino (as well as compete in Flyball competitions) , watch films, travel and keep fit. She enjoys running, cycling and swimming, having taken part in many races including triathlons and marathons. When she first set up her freelance business she used the tagline #ishootrun and competed in the Lincoln 10k with a full sized digital camera in hand! She took pictures during her run trying to capture the elements of the race that other photographers wouldn't get. These were available to buy after the event and all proceeds were donated to charity.