Tag: tips

  • Somerset Wedding Photographer

    10 Tips To Getting Awesome Photos Of Your Wedding

    I’ve written before on this blog about how to get better pictures for your wedding, well I figured it was about time I wrote up another. Here are 10 Tips To Getting Awesome Photos Of Your Wedding…   1 – Linger a little longer during the first kiss. The first kiss happens so fast and […]

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  • Documentary Wedding Photographer in Somerset

    Top Wedding Tips for Better Getting Ready Photos

    I can’t count the amount of brides I’ve had who originally opted out of having the getting ready photos only to reconsider having them the night before the wedding, and it ALWAYS makes me happy when they ask me to come and photograph it. I find documenting the getting ready photos or the bridal prep to be […]

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  • Posing Guide – How To Pose Couples Naturally

    How to pose couples naturally? When I first started photographing couples, a lot of my pictures turned out really stiff and the only directions I could think of were “look at the camera / just be yourself / be natural” – umm, no wonder the pictures didn’t turn out at all natural. It’s one thing to find a […]

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    6 Tips For Taking A Great Self Portrait

      Forget about “selfies” for a minute (the amazing Jen Brook has a fab article about selfies here), let’s talk about the Self Portrait. As a photographer who shoots people on a regular basis, both as a paid professional and as a hobbyist creating images from my own ideas; Taking self portraits has been an […]

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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 […]

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  • Prints Vs Digital Files

    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 […]

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