This year the wedding season came to an end with another local wedding; as I visited the St Francis of Assissi’s Church in Shefford and the Barns in Bedford to help a lovely couple, Guido and Sarah celebrate their wedding.
I’m a regular visitor to Wrest Park near Siloe in Bedfordshire however this summer I had the change to visit there in a professional capacity. One of this year’s wedding couples, Guido and Sarah wanted to do an engagement shoot as part of their wedding package and since we all love Wrest Park it seemed to be a great place to go As part of my wedding service I always like to meet the couple at least twice prior to the wedding, so with a sunny Sunday forecast killing two birds with one stone seemed ideal.
Mid-summer, and the end of the June heat wave, brought me to Northampton for a great family wedding.
For a small New Year’s eve party I was hosting this year I set-up a photo-booth for bit of fun. Here are the results;
An interesting piece of tech came my way recently, the “original” or First-Generation Lytro camera. This is really unusual camera, with 2 very special party tricks; Continue reading
The very last day of September brought a pleasing sunny day, a trip to the historic town of St Albans and that increasing popular event – a week day wedding. Continue reading
I always say repeat jobs are my favourite kind of work; a) because you know the people and can really start to build relationships, and b) because it shows the customer is happy with my work and wants me back. Since this is the 7th project I’ve done for Hitchin Historical society and 4th book launch I assume I’m doing something right.
Saturday morning meant a stroll into town to run a few errands, and since 2 new lenses had arrived in the post over the last few days (a Sigma 30mm F1.4 and a Canon 100mm F2.8 macro) taking my camera with me seemed a perfectly reasonable thing to do. As I walked around Hitchin market my eye (or should that be stomach) was immediately attracted by a new snack van Toastielicious. Continue reading
Early January usually marks my annual skiing holiday, and 2015 was no different. I always travel with a camera, but because of the active nature of a skiing holiday I took my trusty (and tiny) Olympus Mju away with me. Although only 5MP and with no manual settings the Mju is basic, but that’s no reason why with some care over composition and exposure it can’t produce some excellent photos, to help remember a great holiday.
Following my ongoing involvement with Hitchin Historical Society, I was asked to record their latest book launch “Fire Fire” held on the 25th October 2014 at the Pitcher and Piano in Hitchin. Shooting Hitchin Historical society book launches is become a regular affair for me now, with this being the third shoot they’ve asked me to cover.