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Wedding Photography Advice for Brides

I am often asked in conversation why a couple would need a wedding photographer when so many people have cameras and there is often a competent friend/relative who will take the pictures for free.  In the current economic climate it is a valid question, and the answer needs to be broken down into a number […]

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I am very commonly asked whether I supply digital files of wedding photographs and while I am happy to do this I do wonder what will happen to the images in the future.  Traditionally couples only had prints in an album and this is something that will last forever, but it was unusual for photographers […]

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Ushers are often seen as redundant beyond the meet and greet in the church (bride or groom?) but there are many ways they can help the day flow more smoothly for the couple, particularly from a photographer’s point of view: As the bride and groom are leaving the church if the ushers can hold the […]

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Today I spent the day with award winning photographer Morag MacDonal learning a little about her wedding and portrait photography business. It is always a joy to hear experienced, passionate photographers talking about their work and sharing some of their tricks of the trade. We also got to spend a little time shooting a model […]

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