Over the years there have been many new and, let’s be polite and call them, ‘quirky’ ideas for wedding photography, that have gone viral and become an overnight craze. Within weeks of the first one coming out, hundreds of duplicate images appear so that other photographers can ride the wave and see a spike in their popularity.Read More
Obviously, for some this may be a more frustrating response than helpful but its honestly the case. You don’t need to worry if a location is picturesque or otherwise viable for photography, that’s our job. Instead think perhaps of where would mean the most to you? Where did your other half pop the big question? Where did you go on your first date? If any of these questions spark an idea or bring a smile to your face, then we’re happy to explore them.Read More
Most importantly be yourself!
Of course, our first and most important piece of advice is always – be yourself! The pre-wedding shoot and resulting images are primarily for you, so make sure when you look back you see yourself. Wear clothes that you’re comfortable in and make you feel at ease, whether that’s a chic dress and heels or jeans and t-shirt, it’s up to you.Read More
Where do you get your inspiration from?
Otherwise known as, what is your photography style? Personally, I phrase this as a question as being about inspiration rather than style as to avoid using terminology that might be lost on Joe Public.
Finding out what or which other photographers inspires a photographer will give you insight into the sort of images they’ll capture. If they follow a Jerry Ghinios or Brett FlorensRead More
Choosing a wedding dress is one of the most challenging aspects of planning a wedding, mainly due to the fact that many brides find it difficult to find exactly the dress that they are looking for. No bride should have to compromise, after all for most brides it is the most expensive dress they will ever wear and arguably the most important. Many brides consider the bespoke option to be expensive when actually commissioning a designer to design and make a made-to-measure dress is often a similar cost, if not cheaper than some of the top Designer brands.Read More