2018 has been a quiet year… silent in fact!
After years shooting on clicking Nikon DSLRs, in April I made the massive switchover to silent Sony mirrorless. I couldn’t be happier with the results. On the downside, my editing workflow has ballooned as the number of shots I hoover up has doubled! The focus hit rate is extraordinary, even in low light. The biggest joy is being able to get closer and be more persistent when capturing moments because the clicks don’t give me away. Guests just carry on and remain in the moment which is wonderful.
Weddings of all shapes and sizes have long been my goal.
I love variety in my wedding photos and 2018 certainly didn’t disappoint. This year I bounced between English country weddings in Lincolnshire, Suffolk and Somerset. In London I reacquainted myself with past venues including Fredericks, The Caledonian Club and Froyle Park. I also had the opportunity to explore new venues including The Ned, Brunswick House, The Nash Conservatory and Orangery at Kew Gardens. The ancient romance of The Asylum and The Crooked Billet was spellbinding.
For the first time I entered and made the regional finals of The Wedding Industry Awards for 2019. It’s not very British asking to be reviewed but I was really touched by the warm words and thoughtful ideas for future products.
Best Wedding Photos 2019.
2019 is shaping up to be an exciting year and I can’t wait to share more of my wedding photo highlights. If you’re interested I’m drip feeding Instagram with my work as I go. Please do follow reportographyweddings and reportographypeople to see the latest!