A question I often get asked is with regard to wedding albums.
I can offer various options, ranging from a basic Photo book at various sizes, all the way up to luxurious Italian crafted pieces of desire. The latter can feature rigid pages, leather, acrylic or metal coverings, and can even come with stands, dedicated cases and sleeves. The options are virtually endless.
Speak to me about these and I’d be happy to run through all the various options.
These past 6 months or so, I’ve been enjoying some awesome sights, views and access to some off limits buildings in the capital… no matter how old I get, my fascination with large glassy buildings never seems to diminish.
Joe & Faye recently welcomed Benjamin in to our world. I photographed them minutes away from their family home at a local riverside park in Essex.
A month or two ago, I was lucky enough to photograph an engagement session with a couple getting married in August, in the gorgeous Kew Gardens. A lovely early Summer evening allowed us to get to know each other, chat, and offered a great chance to get some photo-chemistry going, before the big day. I really can’t wait to shoot this wedding, out in Herefordshire.
This week I took delivery of my first new lens for a few years; the gorgeous new Ultra-Wide zoom from Canon to replace my longest serving lens, the 17-40mm F4L. The 16-35mm IS F4L seems to beat the old glass in every area aside from a little extra weight, and of course a few extra pennies, but all in all, it’s definitely money well spent. I took a few images over the last few days, but this one has been by far and away my favourite.