Had a lovely day at the weekend when my Nephew and his family came to the studio. Can’t wait to meet the newest edition to the family when she finally arrives so for now I had to be content with a maternity shoot.
As promised I am at catching on Wedding this year. This is a glimpse of Sophie and Amardeeps Wedding. Shame it rained so the service was inside but then the sun came out and we had fun in the grounds. Shame Amardeep split his trousers but lucky the Hire Shop was able to rush a new pair too him before the first dance.
This is the age of the selfie – but sometimes your camera phone is not enough. Since spending so much time with my granddaughter its the little things I love to capture. Don’t get me wrong I love to get her down the studio but equally sitting in her high chair getting mess, when she plays with a bit of fluff and her reactions to her surrounding. Reportage photography is my absolute favourite because these are the little things. Not the weddings or parties but the everyday little things that make you love life.
You know things have been a bit manic when you realise you have not blogged at least 3 Weddings.
Well I won’t do them all in one post. So here is my first one of the Year – Megan and Stephen. Megan is the daughter of a friend who I met when we were both Gamesmakers in 2012 at the Paralympics . Seems fitting then that although the post is long overdue, I am posting it during the Paralympics. Was a lovely day and for once I got the bubble shot without needing to add any in Photoshop. Got to love a bubble machine.
Seems to have been ages since a posted on the blog. Life is just so hectic. Been busy in the studio though also had a Wedding. I will do a post about that later but for now here is some cuteness by way of an apology for neglecting the blog.
I had my first experience of Aerial Photography yesterday and have to say. I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was Cold, windy and bumpy but still great fun and even managed to get some shots that were in focus. My door was closed so I had to shoot through a plastic window but actually like the photography of Peter sitting by the open door.