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It's where I post the latest articles about my sessions and other photography related information. What else can I say?...

Wedding Photography High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire including Amersham Aylesbury Beaconsfield Burnham Chesham Maidenhead Marlow Slough Stokenchurch
Wedding

Wedding Anniversary Photography – Reading, Berkshire

Okay so this post isn’t strictly about wedding photography, however, I think 60 years together has got to be something to celebrate.

When I got contacted to cover a 60th wedding anniversary that is exactly what I thought. 60 years is definitely something that needs to be celebrated and I was more than happy to help with taking a few shots of the evening.

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Wedding Photography High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire including Amersham Aylesbury Beaconsfield Burnham Chesham Maidenhead Marlow Slough Stokenchurch
Wedding

Wedding photography – Wing, Buckinghamshire

Wing is one of those gorgeous villages nestled in the Aylesbury Vale. If you’re looking for it on the map you will find it between Aylesbury and Leighton Buzzard. It’s also home to Ascott which is part of the National Trust.

With such a beautiful setting in store I jumped at the opportunity to photograph a wedding there.

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Wedding Photography High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire including Amersham Aylesbury Beaconsfield Burnham Chesham Maidenhead Marlow Slough Stokenchurch
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Planning a wedding garden party?

Are you planning a garden wedding party?

If you are looking for a wedding on a budget a garden party is a good idea. After the civil ceremony or wedding abroad why not head back home and have the wedding party in your garden?

That is what this couple from Beaconsfield did and it was such a great day.

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Headshot photography Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire
General

My house is a building site

When people contact me for a headshot photography session one of the first things I explain is that the session will take place either at their office, home or other location of their choice. With a lot of people working from home I am often faced with comments of “my house is a mess”, “the house is a tip” or in this case “the house is a bit of a building site at the moment”.

Most of the time these are the code words for “sorry, I’ve been really busy just lately and haven’t got around to doing the house work”.

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July Photography Awards

The time for nail biting and hitting the F5 key has passed (well for another month at least) and the results of the Image of the Month competition run by The Guild of Photographers are in.

It was a testing month this time round as I entered some images that I wouldn’t usually enter and went with some landscapes that I took in Polzeath (Cornwall) last year.

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I passed… I’m a QUALIFIED PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER!!!

A Qualified Professional Photographer

After months of work, hair pulling, crying and generally just wanting to give up I finally had the email that I had been waiting for. The email that said, “Just to let you know that the panel have judged your submission, and I am very pleased to tell you that you have passed, congratulations!”

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Acting headshot photography really can be fun…

…especially if it’s for a comedy actor​

For this headshot photography session it was just a short journey to Loudwater, High Wycombe (which I appreciated after spending the day on Oxford Street with another headshot photography session). It was just what I needed as well, after a day of men in suits a good laugh was very much the ticket.

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What does freedom feel like for you?

A commercial photography question
With my commercial photography I aim to capture what your brand means. Your brand is so much more than just your logo or the colours that you have chosen for you website. Your brand is you, it’s your passion and energy that is the heart of your business. It is what your business or product means to you.

So where did this question of “What does freedom feel like for you” come from?

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Create beautiful family photography in your home

Lifestyle family photography, is it a minefield?
When I get an enquiry for lifestyle family photography I never know where I’m going to be. It could be that when I pull up I’m faced with a huge mansion with large windows and high ceilings, or it could be a small one bedroom flat.

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