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Monthly Archives: March 2009

Retouching wedding and portrait photos

A couple of posts ago I was talking about ownership of digital files and whether it was still worth ordering wedding photographs through your photographer. (Digital files as part of a wedding photography package) If capturing a good image on camera is the most important part of photography, then post processing comes a close second. […]

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Free pre-wedding photography session

I’m offering a limited number of free pre-wedding or engagement photography sessions for people booking me as their wedding photographer in the next few weeks. Yes, absolutely free, really! However (you knew there was a catch), I will be charging for the prints. The sessions will be for about an hour or two at a […]

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Press photography for World Kidney Day

I was working as the official photographer for World Kidney Day in Westminster on Thursday. This is an annual event, celebrated in 88 countries, to raise awareness of the importance of healthy kidneys and involves people with kidney disease, family, friends and healthcare professionals. The day started with a ‘mini march’ over Westminster Bridge by […]

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Digital files as part of a wedding photography package

There is a lot of reluctance amongst wedding photographers to hand over digital files to the bride and groom, but it’s now something that most of my customers ask about. From the photographer’s point of view there’s one very good reason for this, we make money out of the prints, it’s traditionally been an important […]

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Corporate photography for Bank of New York Mellon

I was booked for a corporate photography shoot for The Bank of New York Mellon yesterday. The brief was for a few portraits and some group shots of staff for a Powerpoint presentation as part of International Women’s Day. As usual with this kind of job it all had to be done quite quickly. Most […]

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