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Your wedding photographs should be like your favourite film

Like a favourite film which we can watch over and over again it would be wonderful to have wedding pictures that we also enjoy looking at repeatedly. One of my favourite films is ‘Casablanca’, and recently we unusually watched a film twice at the cinema we enjoyed it so much, ‘The shape of water’ . What these films have is a richness of atmosphere, artistic flare, and story, not to mention ‘interesting characters’ which rewards us emotionally and aesthetically. That description should be applicable to our wedding photographers too, a very high standard which we wedding photographers can aspire too. I have always been of a developmental frame of mind and it is important to always be searching to improve in whatever we do, in my case taking ever better wedding photographs.

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Big band sound for your wedding!

I attended two weddings recently which both had a band playing. They sounded great and in uniform they looked very impressive too. The first wedding was north of St Helens and featured the Hadock Brass Band, whose website can be

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Peckforton Castle kiss

Peckforton Castle Kiss Laurelle and Jon engaged me as their photographer this time last year for their summer wedding date, booking early is always a good thing and for many reasons. We had a great time in the studio with

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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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