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Little dancer at a big wedding
Being on holiday is nice. But is also nice being back and slowly getting back to your routine. Continuing work on Karen and Steve’s wedding (below is a recent one) and looking forward to starting the new term in college – am I going to have some really talented students again this year? Yes, pretty sure there will be a few…
Karen & Steve’s lovely wedding at the Jockey Club Rooms
21 Aug 2014, Newmarket
Trying to select some ‘best of’…
Today I woke up to the following email:
We are happy to inform you that your photo Through the glass will be displayed
on our start page http://www.fotocommunity.com on 10.08.2014
between 16:00 and 18:00.
Here’s the link to your photo:
If you dont want your photo to be displayed on the start page, just click the following link:
Your fotocommunity team
And here is the photo:
I have really enjoyed working on that wedding – I can only hope it shows…
Tony the father
Taken during a wedding in July
Are you looking at the couple or the guy behind them?
Now on Facebook
Loving my new accessory – the octagonal mini flashgun soft box. It produces interesting results with some sense of humour and (in this particular case due to the hair) – a 50’s look
The church ceremony was so intense – I have never before seen anything like this
Now on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReginaRayPhotography
A storm hit only 10 minutes after this photo during this improvised session on the playground.
I am glad we just managed before the storm…
Here is Molly, all ready to pick up the bride. And we were like children looking through the window the arrival of the wedding transport…
Bridesmaids are always an interesting subject
My series of wedding shoes continue with these ‘just-in-case’ flats and ….
… and the ‘married’ shoes – Mrs Hopwood
Wedding parties smoking areas are such a wonderful place to take photographs of the wedding guests.
The people are less their “wedding!-behave-in-from-of-other-people” selves and become more their everyday selves – relaxed, natural, normal. Even the camera does not bother them so much.
The hat and the shoes
Found by the tables
Just loving the face!
My favourite from a recent photo shoot
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