Louise & Chris are getting married at the rather grand Rossington Hall near Doncaster this November and I've met them up there an a couple of occasions to talk about their plans for the wedding day and to do a little engagement photography for them. The weather was beautiful with the sun shining through the trees in the magnificent garden at Rossington. I'm sure we're not guaranteed weather like this come late November but I do have some plans for shooting in the garden that
Lynn & Phil are getting married in Swinton, South Yorkshire, next year and before the big day we got together to have a look at the venue - St. John's Methodist church, a lovely little church that has been tastefully and respectfully modernised inside. I wanted to shoot a little engagement photography for them while we were there so a quick stroll over the road and we found a small park and nature reserve that made for a great location to get a couple of shots. Lynn and Phil
Me and my wife, Jade, set up a quick portrait session for the kids the other day at home and got some pretty nice results. While Jade was busy sorting hair and clothes out I was checking my settings and shot a quick frame of Erica, our eldest. It came out great! So with the lighting and positioning all set we had some fun. We'd moved Alys's drum kit from it's usual spot in their room, as well as some boxes of toys, so that we could set up close to the window and make use of t
Whether you're booking me for your wedding photography or another wedding photographer, I've put together a list of 5 important questions you should ask. When contacting any wedding photographer, you probably already know at least a little about them, their shooting style, and what may be included in their prices as you'll have seen their website and/or social media. But it's worth going over the details a little more by email or, as I prefer, over the phone or in person. 1.
As you might have seen previously on my blog, I had an unfortunate experience with a "fake" Nikon DSLR a while ago. I wrote a piece that was published on the photography news website Petapixel which subsequently led to the BBC's Fake Britain getting in touch with me for an interview. The episode (Fake Britain series 7, episode 5) can be seen here. My appearance is at around the 30 minute mark. Despite how much it made me cringe seeing (and hearing - which was the worst part!)