Monthly Archives: January 2018


Zooms vs. Primes for Wedding Photography

Zooms versus Primes is one of those topics that seems to really divide photographers. Some people swear by prime lenses and would never use anything else, others say they couldn’t do without the flexibilty that […]

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Shooting Large Format Portraits On Location – A Hands-On Guide.

  I have been shooting large format portraits in my personal work for the last five years. This is partly for aesthetic reasons, and partly to give myself a break from digital photography when I […]

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Canon 135mm F2L Lens Review – A Wedding Photography Favourite.

The Canon 135mm F2L is one of the older lenses in Canon’s line up, but is still an excellent performer. I had come to that time, usually at the end of a busy summer wedding […]

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Ede’s House Wedding Photography – Ed and Erin

  Ede’s House is a very popular wedding venue right in the middle of Chichester. It is ideal for smaller weddings of up to 80 people. Many of Chichester’s hotels and local attractions are just a short […]

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I need a wedding photographer – but I don’t like having my picture taken!

It probably comes as no surprise that with  many of  the couples I work with, at least one of them will be nervous about having their picture taken. Perhaps the main skill of a wedding […]

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Model Portfolio – Ben de la Fuente

A Model Portfolio is a great opportunity to work with new talent. Shooting a model portfolio is an interesting challenge. You are usually with someone who is potentially very photogenic, but you have no idea […]

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