Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Pet Photography Session - Jack

Pet Photography Session

I'd like to introduce you to Jack, a lovely six month old Jack Russell puppy.

From the minute I arrived at the house, Jack decided that he wasn't very fond of me and was going to let me know this by barking at me but thankfully the two children he lives with came home  and he soon calmed down and eventually even let me play with him.

Out of the 50+ images, these are some of my favourites

A nice photograph of your family pet can make an ideal christmas present for a loved one. You can find out more about the pet packages I can offer here

Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Wedding Images Slideshow

iMagic Moment Photography - Wedding Images

I always want to ensure that any of my clients recieve the best value for money and one way I try to achieve this for any couples getting married to supply them with all the wedding images displayed in a presentation case along with two DVDs - including the individual high resolution Jpeg image files and the images as a slideshow which can be played in your DVD player or computer.

I have pulled together an example of what your slideshow could look like

Wedding Photography Showcase - IM240711 - slideshow maker

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Thursday, 1 September 2011

Civil Partnership Ceremony – Tracey and Judy

I had the pleasure of being asked to photograph Tracey’s and Judy’s civil partnership ceremony at the beginning of August. It was a small intimate ceremony held at Gateshead Civic Centre, with the happy couple surrounded by their closest friends and family.

The ceremony was all about the joining of their two families; they were surprised by a special reading from the eldest of their children who had written some words expressing her happiness at their coming together as a family.
Here is a small selection of the images
This is one of the images Tracey and Judy liked the most 

I think this image shows what a fun and enjoyable day everyone had  

showered by confetti
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Wednesday, 10 August 2011

English Country Theme Wedding

Felicity was lucky to spend the night before her big day in Beamish Hall’s apartment, accompanied by just a few close friends and family. When I first arrived at the apartment it felt very calm, with members of the bridal party coming and going.
Beamish Hall - a stunning wedding venue in County Durham
This is a small selection of images from Felicity and Michael’s wedding day at Beamish Hall. It was a wonderful day and I was so glad they invited me to be a part of it all.

Felicity had a professional make-up session before the wedding, and had bought all of the items which had been used at that session so she would be able to replicate the same look; she even wrote a step by step guide to what happened at each stage and exactly which products were used. This was used to run the military operation by one of Felicity’s bridesmaids on the day, who had agreed to apply her make-up for her!
The room that the ceremony took place in had an intimate atmosphere, which was perfect for all of Felicity’s and Michaels closest friends and family to join them in celebration.  The ceremony was filled with laughter and smiles from the minute Michael saw his bride for the first time to the registrar announcing their new status as husband and wife.

It eventually took three people to get his buttonhole in the right place

With an English country garden theme (luckily they had chosen the only day that weekend that the sun shone!) it was a very relaxed day and everyone was kept entertained by the happy couple’s daughter and pageboy.

Felicity and Michael make a wonderful couple, and they blended traditional and contemporary elements of the day brilliantly to achieve their dream wedding.

Congratulations Mr and Mrs Phillipson. I wish you all the best for the future.
Best man practising his speech - although he thought no one would notice him

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Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Wedding Fayre - National Glass Centre

I attended my second wedding farye on Sunday 10 July 2011 which took place at The National Glass Centre, Sunderland.  
The wedding farye was extremely busy and there was a fantastic buzz amongst the 50+ wedding suppliers showcasing their businesses. It was great talking to all the brides to be about the ideas they have for their big days.

Image taken from
P.S - James thanks for giving up one of your cheese sandwiches, it was very much appreciated.

Monday, 20 June 2011

All the little things...planning a wedding

I found that when I was planning my wedding, thinking about all the little details which helped pull all my ideas together took the most thought and time to organise. Here are some ideas to give to you some inspiration to help organise your big day.
Table Numbers

Wedding Postbox - place all your wedding cards in one place 
Table Centre - mirrors are a great way to reflect light into the room

Wedding Stationery -

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Monday, 6 June 2011

Hints and tips - for anyone getting married on a budget PT2

Are you getting married on a budget?
This follows on from Hints and Tips PT1

Room Hire – The venue we used charged us a lower room hire price as we got married outside the height of season and also got married on a Sunday.

Corkage – Our venue allowed us to supply our own Champagne (and other wine!) for our wedding breakfast and they only charged us a small corkage fee for each bottle. This enabled us to buy all our wine when the supermarkets had special offers on… It also gave us a great excuse to try all sorts of different wines!
If you have any great tips on keeping to a budget, why not let me know and I’ll publish them on my blog? You can contact me here, from my website or catch me on Facebook or tweet me.