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Wedding Photography Advice for Brides

I love bridal preparation, just let me get that out there! People often misunderstand the purpose of the photographer being there and comments such as, “I’ll be a wreck, I don’t want pictures of that,” or “Two hours taking pictures of me, I’m not sure that is necessary,” are really quite common. For me this […]

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Last week I spent a fantastic day in the Gloucestershire countryside with the wonderful Damien and Julie Lovegrove on a Shooting Weddings workshop.  Alex and Sarah our models for the day were endlessly patient and looked stunning.  We shot into the light, played with off-camera flash, put the groom in a dungeon and discovered dingle! […]

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This is a common (and reasonable) question.  After all most households own at least one camera now and many people are very competent users of a dSLR.  What can you expect from paying a professional that a family member or friend could not do for you? The answer can be broken down into a number […]

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This week I met up with Heather and Tim at their home in Yattendon to get some photographs with them and their dogs prior to their wedding in June.  As they met through the local gun dog club, their pointers are understandably important to them.  They will be in attendance at their wedding ceremony (the […]

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