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Why you should have your pictures taken in any weather

Sometimes it can be quite disheartening to look out of the window and see grey skies and rain drops on the window, especially if you’re one of those people who (like me) fawns over portraits taken on beautiful sandy beaches in Southern California or stunning landscapes taken on clear starry nights. The thing is, it would be lovely to have constantly great weather but where is the diversity in that? Also, who decides which weather type is the best anyhow? Fact is, despite loving those  ...

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“You Take Great Pictures, You Must Have A Nice Camera”

At one of my weddings last year I was photographing the group formals with the sun beaming behind them on a ridiculously sunny day. I overheard a guest behind me, trying to take pictures with their nice camera saying; “I don’t know why she’s taking them like that, it’s coming out black on my camera” and “She’s doing it wrong, you can’t photograph people with the sun behind, it doesn’t come out” Any photographers reading this will  ...

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10 Tips To Getting Better Wedding Pictures

From the very first moment you realised that he was the one, you pictured your wedding in your mind. You see the expression on his face as you walk down the aisle in that perfect gown, the look of a person who feels so lucky that you’re about to be his wife. You see the venue, filled with all your personal details, fairy lights, candles, flowers. You imagine the first kiss and the first dance and you know how in love you will feel. You see cake, lots and lots of yummy cake. It’s the best  ...

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Prints Vs Digital Files

  Have you ever asked your friends what they would take with them during a house fire, or maybe a zombie apocalypse type situation? The most common reply I ever hear, other than perhaps a baseball bat to bash zombies with, is their photographs. Sure you can’t  use them to kill zombies like you could a fire poker but they are your memories on paper, in albums, flash drives or in frames. These are far more important to people than the possessions in their house. People redecorate, spring  ...

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