Win your 2015 wedding photography!

Win your 2015 wedding photography!
Share this post and fill in some simple details at for a chance to win.
We are running a new wedding photography competition 🙂 follow the link above to enter or read on……….

To have a chance to win this fantastic prize just fill in a few details below and tell us a little about yourselves, your wedding, how you met or whatever you like.
This competition is open to everybody who has “Liked’ our Facebook Page

Prize will include a 20-page storybook album:
    • Part day package (4 hours).

Choose from either:

  • Bridal Preparation.
  • Ceremony & Vows.



  • Ceremony & Vows.
  • Wedding Breakfast.
  • Toasts & Speeches.


This competition runs until the end of September, any entries received after will not qualify to be entered.

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To find out more visit our home page. Call Bryan on 07955 888 761 or email for details.

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Wedding Photographer.

Call Bryan: 07955 888 761

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If you give me some information about your day and what you are looking for. I will be able to come back to you with some relevant information.

One thought on “Win your 2015 wedding photography!

  1. Wedding photography says:

    During the film era, photographers favored color negative film and medium-format cameras, especially by Hasselblad. Today, many more weddings are photographed with digital SLR cameras as the digital convenience provides quick detection of lighting mistakes and allows creative approaches to be reviewed immediately.

    In spite of diminishing film use, some photographers continue to shoot with film as they prefer the film aesthetic, and others are of the opinion that negative film captures more information than digital technology, and has less margin for exposure error. Certainly true in some cases, it should be noted that exposure latitude inherent in a camera’s native Raw image format (which allows for more under- and over- exposure than JPEG) varies from manufacturer to manufacturer. All forms of RAW have a degree of exposure latitude which exceeds slide film – to which digital capture is commonly compared.

    Technology has evolved with the use of remote triggers and flashes. Wedding photographers are now able to take advantage of traveling light and having the ability to use creative lighting.

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