Monthly Archives: July 2010

A good wedding photographer understands the importance of every detail in your wedding. Flower shots are expected, but shots of jewellery, shoes, details on dresses and hair are also an important part of the wedding story. When talking with your photographer let them know which particular details are important to you, whether it is granny’s […]

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This week I visited a stunning venue in Ascot with Zoe and Geoff who are getting married there in the summer. Englemere is a genuine mansion house set in 12 acres of parkland with mature trees and wooded glades that are currently filled with bluebells. We spent some time exploring the house and gardens, combining […]

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Having recently had a phone call from a distressed bride who had received a letter from her wedding photographer cancelling the booking she had made over 12 months ago without any explanation got me thinking about questions you should be asking a photographer before booking them. Naturally you need to like their photographic style, know […]

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This part of the day is often overlooked by photographers and brides to be, particularly if there are restrictions on time or budget. However I find this to be the time when you get fabulous often emotional shots before the real hustle and bustle of the day begins. There are a few things that a […]

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