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Covid Compliant Wedding Packages

The Story may have changed, but it is still worth telling! Weddings may have restrictions on them at the moment but many couples are still celebrating their love. I am currently offering flexible, covid compliant […]

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Group Portraits – a Guide for Couples

Group portraits are are one of the most important parts of a wedding photographer’s day. Perhaps the only one where the have to emerge from the background and take control of events. Even today, when […]

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Why I shoot large format film.

Gemiliana. Fuji 125mm NW, Tmax 400 People often wonder why I still shoot film. I am by no means a photography luddite and have large and diverse set of digital cameras and lenses. Digital photography […]

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Slaugham Place Wedding – Chris and Rose

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Choosing film for your large format camera.

Kingley Vale, Fuji 125mm NW, Tmax400 You’ve bought a camera. Sourced a lens and film holders, got hold of the accessories you need and now you are ready to buy some film and get shooting. […]

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My Top Tips For Large Format Film Processing.

I began processing my own large format film because I wanted to shoot more, and home processing drastically reduced my costs. Although I had a lot of experience processing film when I was younger, I […]

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Tom and Katherine, High Beeches Gardens, Sussex

Tom and Katherine are getting married at Upwaltham Barns next year but decided to have their engagement shoot at the beautiful High Beeches Gardens near Haywards Heath. We just caught the tail end of the […]

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Itchenor Wedding: Cian and Joanne

Cian and Joanne chose the beautiful Itchenor Sailing club for their wedding in May. They live in Ireland so everything was organised from a distance but that didn’t stop it being a beautiful day. The […]

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Which is Cheaper – Digital or Film?

Photography can be an expensive or a very cheap endeavour depending on how you choose to work. There are advantages in both digital and film workflows. Both digital and film photographers claim that their method […]

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Studio Portrait Photography – Nancy

A studio portrait is often the the hardest to get right. In a situation where you are using lighting and backdrops it can be hard to get your sitter to relax. An artificial environment can […]

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