Did you hear the one about the bride who was 40 minutes late for the wedding (not her fault), or the speeches that went on for two hours, or the guest who inadvertently impersonated an upturned turtle on a wet dance-floor, or the need for a back up electricity generator when the power went off Read more ..
Thankfully, the days of a 2 hour wedding video accompanied by an Elton John or Phil Collins soundtrack are over. However, there is a growing demand for quality highlight films which can be shared amongst family and friends. Let’s be honest it may not necessarily be a good thing to hear the same speeches over Read more ..
2016…what a year and we are only half way through it. I thought it worthwhile looking back at my own experiences as a photographer and sharing some of the ups and downs taking each month at a time. I spent January mainly editing weddings that had taken place in December. One of the reasons why Read more ..
Here are 10 top tips for getting the most out of your photography on your wedding day. 1. Don’t keep everyone hanging around….Suggest to the photographer that short sessions of 15 minutes might be better for everyone, with the exception of the bride and groom shots, which should be around 30 minutes. 2. Behind the Read more ..
Having recently visited New York for the first time, it is probably worth sharing a few thoughts on Photography in a City. If you are new to Street Photography then I would not recommend pointing your camera at complete strangers as their reaction may not be welcoming. Whichever City you are in then there is Read more ..