Post written by : Laurence Sweeney
Photography Trends for 2019 Weddings If you are getting married in 2019, here are a few observations on what I think will be on trend based on conversations with suppliers, clients and venues. The devastating wild fires on the Pacific Seaboard have had an effect on the Wedding Photos coming out of Canada and the Read more ..
“I know a bank where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night’s Dream With a floral theme of sunflowers then it was appropriate that a cloudless sky welcomed the guests on the day of Zara and Read more ..
Helen and Pete’s Wedding On a glorious Saturday in June, Helen and Pete were married at Lumley Castle in County Durham. For more than 600 years the magnificent spectacle of Lumley Castle has dominated the County Durham landscape. Set within nine acres of parkland overlooking the River Wear. The castle is also famous for it’s Read more ..
Looking Elegant Tips for Beautiful Wedding Photographs Sometimes when we think of Posing, it can sound a little like a Zumba Class – hips up, push away hip, breath in, breath out, cross legs, twist right, head down, stretch out, one foot behind the other etc.. but really many of the below suggestions to looking Read more ..
“The light of love the purity of grace, The mind, the music breathing from her face” – Lord Byron There are pros and cons of employing a professional photographer for your wedding, but there are risks associated with asking a willing amateur. I will briefly cover off some of the reasons why you should, but also Read more ..