Monthly Archives: February 2014

Studio portraits of children can be such fun!

Mother and son studio portrait

I have always enjoyed being with children,  letting me share in their view of the world. Photographing them has been a great pleasure and I have had a number of family sittings I thought I would share on my blog.

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Castles in the air – in this case Peckforton Castle above the Cheshire plain

Castles such as Peckforton in Cheshire make a wonderful backdrop for a wedding, very atmospheric and will always create a very strong recollection of the day, if that were needed! The venue for a wedding is probably the greatest expense

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Posted in Wedding photography

Dogs are fantastic!

Three dogs and two people

A dog really is your best friend, (s)he will always make you look good in a photograph. Dogs are like children, they don’t have to work at relaxing and being themselves. The problem is getting them to be themselves in

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Posted in pet photographic portraits, Portrait photography

Why do we photograph the bride’s preparations?

Last week I photographed the wedding of Sam and Paul and had a fantastic time getting to know some lovely young people. This was especially true of the bride and the bridesmaids who let me into the secrets of their

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Posted in Wedding photography