It is now official and every member of the wedding party has seen the photos, so there they go officially on my blog. To all people who do not know the beginning of the story:
I was a second photographer to this perfect, sweet and absolutely lovely wedding. Daniel (and by the way although all photos here are taken by me, it is Daniel’s editing on them – my version will come later) was the main photographer and the newly weds – Aimie and Nick – lovely couple with lovely families and lovely friends. So for me this was the wedding of all weddings (to misquote R. Kipling), the wedding that will define all future wedding, a standard and an anchor (in the sense of Tversky and Kahneman anchor) – in other words very very important wedding for me as a photographer. And I am happy that it was Aimie and Nick.
So here is my point of view of the wedding – I hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed taking them.
PS More photos to come soon
PPS Photo of Aimie and Nick is already available on this blog – home page – link to weddings
Saturday trip to Framlingham Castle and Aldeburgh – two lovely places in a wonderful part of Suffolk. Cannot wait to go back there on my cycling tour
More photos are available here “Framlingham & Aldeburgh”– but you will need the password.
Some experiments with the editing here – I am really not sure about these over-edited images but decided to give it a try. Result – not sure, but rather no.
Punting on the river Cam and then Revolution – Jo has designed the perfect hen party!
Thank you, girls, for having me!
Punting on the river Cam with a bunch of girls, handsome punter Oscar and macaroons and bubbly – what better way to spend Saturday evening!
Photos coming soon
The news today is that I am finally getting a new “old” camera. Several in fact: one Zenit (35mm), two Kodak (still don’t know which type exactly) and one Lubitel 166b (6×6; 6×4.5 and 35mm).
photo from internet (not sure if this is exactly like the one I will have)
It will take some weeks before they arrive and am I excited! – you have no idea…
photo from internet
This blog is now in beta mode.
It took me few days to decide which theme to use… and finally I am quite happy with this one – large photos, nice header, legible font and simple and clean.
I would like to hear opinions, though. Actually, I’d be happy to hear any opinions and critiques. So go ahead and tell me what you think. You can simply comment below