Fab chatting weddings this weekend, there all booked in the diary can’t wait to photograph your big day! 👰🏻🤵🏼📸🥂 @e4shaw@lucyhardcastle26 woop woop!
My picture from Christine and Calum' wedding was lucky enough to win the 'September Photo of the Month' and it is now up for 'Picture of the Year 2017' on The Wedding Community blog! If you get a minute please vote for my image x (Link in bio)
New Zealand super saloon finals. Great racing but due to a curfew no podiums in the middlecasvthe race was stopped. Congratulation 41m Terry Corin on the win @sam_waddell81 for second and 16r Mark Osborne 3td.
When it’s so cold and chilly out you forget how nice the weather can be, with a little confetti added too!! #weddings@adele_l fab day
Hello Insta friends and welcome to the end of the week!
Earlier this week I spoke briefly about the challenges of shooting newborn babies and how, when a newborn screams louder than a jumbo jet taking off, how that kind of stress in the studio can cause you to think about your life and career choice in a completely different light... (Hahahahahah I'm just messing... I just made that up...) But the contrast between shooting newborn babies and young children, with the difference a couple of years makes in the photogenic ability of a child is so huge that it goes without saying. Young children love being photographed more than anyone. And they love more than anything looking at the images of themselves on the LCD screen on the back of the camera (it always makes me laugh when they can barely stand up and aren't quite old enough to speak, yet they are more than able to swipe the back of the camera to see the next shot! Think about that - everything with an image on it is an iPad to an 18 month old!). I always find little kids really come alive in front of the camera. They will do anything you ask them to and they will do it with that beautiful sparkle in their eyes. I love that about shooting kids.