Wedding photographer's blog
Hi everybody, I hope you've all had an awesome week. Quick question, who doesn't like having their photo taken? Be honest now, don't hold back. I don't like mine being taken sometimes either. As soon as someone points a camera in my direction, I clam up, become very self-conscious, put on a 'Wallace and Gromit' smile and generally feel uncomfortable. Does this sound familiar? Because let's face it, not many of us are born feeling relaxed in front of a lens. Even though selfies are commonplace, this is different somehow. So how can a wedding photographer help you out?
Hi everybody, I hope you all had a great weekend. This post is going to be a little different, and nothing about weddings. However please go to the blog archive page for wedding related posts. This week I wanted to share with you a short personal project. During the quiet part of the wedding season I get itchy feet with photography, and go to a few personal projects to help give me the shooting fix. So what project did this wedding photographer dive into during spring this year?
Hi everybody, I hope you are having a great week. Last week I blogged about 'Wedding Bouquets and Flowers', and the previous week about yummy 'Wedding Cakes'. But this time I'm going back to talking about humans, and more importantly their expressions. Because let's face it, the wedding day is full of emotions with some cracking expressions ready to be captured. This, as a wedding photographer, I believe is a very important thing to try and record; people having fun and getting caught up with emotions.
Just over a week ago I wrote a post about yummy wedding cakes, and why I believe it is important as a wedding photographer to capture images of the cake. This week's post is of a similar theme, but this time it's the turn of wedding bouquets and flowers. Just like wedding cakes, there is no doubting that flowers at weddings are a very important spectacle; not only for the bride and her bridesmaids, but also for decoration at various times over the wedding day.
Hello everybody, I hope you are all having an amazing Easter weekend. And isn't it one of the best weekends of the year, what with having four days off work for most people. All sorts of things can happen over a long weekend, perhaps even time for some wedding planning! And boy oh boy aren't there a fair few things to organise in preparation for a wedding. Granted, being a wedding photographer you might think I would be a little biased as to what should take priority in a list of things to do. Not all, because of course everyone has their own ideas as to what they want to organise, and in what order. Take wedding cakes for example.......
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