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Why I love this shot – Bridal Portrait

Why I love this shot Bridal Portrait Wedding Photographers always need to be able to create something from (almost) nothing, and that’s what’s really behind this shot I love to shoot Bridal Portraits, but all too often my Brides have overrun on their timing and it just doesn’t happen. At last Saturday’s The Bridge Inn,…

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Why I love this shot – Higer Tor Wedding

Why I love this shot Higer Tor Wedding Wedding Photographers always need to be shooting to keep on their game and of course to improve too, so its common for some of my pals and I to work with each other on days when we don’t have Weddings ourselves. Now we all recognise that some…

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Why I love this shot – Saltwick Bay

Why I love this shot Saltwick Bay So there I was happily deleting old folders of images that weren’t up to scratch when I came across one from a trip to Saltwick Bay from April 2014. Not only did the entire folder bring back happy memories but I kinda (photographically) fell in love with this…

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Why I love this shot – Castle Howard fountain

Why I love this shot Castle Howard fountain figure     My wife and I recently had a trip out to look around Castle Howard in North Yorkshire, and if you haven’t been yet then you really should – its well worth the £10 entry fee As you walk around the main house you can’t…

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Why I love this shot – Water water everywhere…

Why I love this shot Water water everywhere…     Yesterday, 24th June 2015, I had a LONG walk into and around Sheffield city centre, just me and a 50mm lens primarily set to f2 so giving me limited Depth of Field and very high shutter speeds On my way back to the railway station…

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