A few of my favourites from Helen and Nick’s wedding at harston Church and Anstey hall in Cambridge. I’m particularly fond of the “magic” image with the bridesmaids amazing expression!
Tiny little moments of quiet, loving glances and fleeting interactions are often what can be most telling at a wedding. They are often hidden in the cracks between the cake cutting and the confetti and all the loud and exciting bits. They are there at every wedding and these are the moments that are most important. have a look at some examples of quiet and small moments from Amy and Will’s intimate Cambridge wedding.
So, imagine the scene as , minutes before it’s time to leave for her wedding Vicky (the bride in the picture) realises that the zip on the side of her wedding dress is stuck. And I don’t mean just a bit stuck I mean fabric rippingly, sewing kit and scissors out in a panic stuck! […]
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There’s a lot of old baloney written about weddings. Some of it is old wives tales, some of it blatant commercialism and some of it just down right lies! Don’t get me wrong I do love a good wedding but this blog post is about five of the top lies that are around about your wedding that might just ring true!
The first bell ringing bride I have photographed! Images from Alice and Josh’s winter wedding in Saffron Walden and at the Quy Mill Hotel Cambridge. I love the image on the left here with all of the different expressions – three related generations with a strange framed face in the background! This wedding also featured a red routemaster bus and some lovely late winter afternoon sunshine!
A bit of a chat about my grumpy old man views on customer service. I hate to moan but poor customer service really gets my goat – in many ways this is a good thing because I always strive, with my customers, to offer the kind of service I would expect from myself. Most of it is common sense and courtesy but I always try to go the extra mile in any way that I can.
There’s a bit of a trend going on at the moment for wedding photographers to offer coverage by two or more photographers. There are certainly advantages to this but I also think that it can create a number of problems as well. Is it just a passing fad to seem as though you are getting better value for money? Maybe there are better ways of adding value than this?