I bought the book “How to Photograph Absolutely Everything”, by Tom Ang for my Dad (off his Amazon wish list – I claim no credit for the choice!) for his birthday back in November. It arrived just in time for
I’m investigating new print suppliers for my ball photography now. For a long time I have used the same lab for printing such photos, but this year their customer service has let them down.
I’ve got a picture up at another exhibition in Oxford. This post has all the details and more. So read it!
If you book me as your wedding photographer, you will want to know that when you get home from honeymoon I will still have all your wedding photos. Keeping your photos safe is important. In this post I share what I do to keep both my professional and my personal photos safe.
My friend, Kate, has just put details of her wedding video on her blog. Whilst I’ve never worked with the chap, Kate would highly recommend him and I trust her judgement.
If you are reading this site with a view to considering using my wedding photography services, I have a recommendation for you: My friend Kate of PaperLeaf Studio produces some lovely screen-printed wedding invitations and reply cards. These are screen-printed