Ribble Valley & Lancashire Wedding and Family Photographer.
So, I am now in my second year of wedding photography. I’ve got to be honest, I totally love it! I have always been a creative person and I definitely like to use that side of me when it comes to wedding photography.
Like most things, photography is changing all the time. In order to keep up with this, I like to attend wedding workshops. It’s a way of leaning from some of the best and also making friends with other photographers. It’s a way to experiment and try new things.
Last night, I attended a ‘Beach Goddess’ shoot at Formby Beach, Liverpool. It’s only about an hour away from my home in Lancashire. Anyway, this photo shoot was organised by Toni Darcy. She had chosen a model who was perfect for this shoot. She had also chosen two dresses and a flower crown for Beth.
We started off in the woodland area of Formby. There were some great areas to shoot in. I totally loved the areas with exposed tree roots. They worked so well with Beth’s look. We spent quite a lot of time playing with them before moving on to make some beautiful silhouettes. The sun was now going down and we made our way out on to the sands. The tide was out, but there were still plenty of pools on the sands. The Easter weekend was a scorcher, but the temperature had unfortunately dropped for this shoot. That didn’t stop Beth. She was so brave and even lay down on the waters edge for us to experiment with flash photography.
This workshop was an incredible experience. If you are a wedding photographer and reading this, get yourself on one of Toni’s workshops. She is so helpful and has some great tips to share.
If you are a bride or groom to be and like what you see on here and my website, give me a shout to see if I am available.