Catch up with case studies from all my photo shoots from weddings to commercial, events to portrait sessions with photography tips on what and what not to do and how you can get the best out of your photographer.
1. DECIDE ON YOUR STYLE
2. HIRE A PROFESSIONAL WITH WEDDING EXPERIENCE
3. LOOK AT HOW THEY CAPTURE DETAILS & MOMENTS
4. VIEW FULL WEDDINGS
5. LIGHTING SITUATION FOR YOUR WEDDING
This week I had the pleasure of shooting the irrefutable Paul Boross of “The Pitch Doctor” fame and the very humorous Neil Mullarkey, star of “Whose Line Is It Anyway” & “Qi”, two of Europe’s top business communication experts and motivational speakers.
Pembroke lodge is one of my favourite wedding venues for great wedding photography in central London and is located high on the western edge of the old royal hunting ground of Richmond Park, surrounded by beautiful gardens and commanding stunning views of West London and beyond.
This particular wedding was situated at York House in Twickenham for both the service and the reception, though the client opted to save some money and only hired both myself and the venue till 5 pm. So as weddings go, this was quite a short one for myself and my team, with an hour or so spent shooting bridal prep shots at the bride’s parents house, followed by the service and then a short reception with only 20mins left over to shoot the bride & groom portraits.