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Ohhh yes… we went there. Photographers it’s time to weigh in with your thoughts on a debate that has raged throughout photographic history. Battles have been fought over it, wars have raged over it, or, alternatively, people have occasionally said “do you use flash?” “yes” “oh right… Cool.” The use of flash in wedding photography […]

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I‘ve handed so many couples their wedding photographs and seen so many faces light up as they relive their day that I’ve often wondered how it felt. There’s so much build up to your wedding day and when it happens it’s over in a flash. There’s so much you miss, so much you didn’t have […]

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When we started this blog I really was a gormless groom, I really didn’t have a clue about weddings. Since then rather a lot’s happened. When you’re writing about weddings on a daily basis you can’t help but pick a few things up, but the bigger change has been that I now work professionally in […]

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With Dom being a Photographer and myself being a Cinematographer we’ve debated the various merits of our media many times. We both love photography (in fact after being photographed by one of our absolute favourite photographers this week we’re buzzing about it even more!) and we both love wedding films too. We would always suggest […]

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Today’s Friday Fight-out topic is a biggy and one that we struggled to answer one way or another. Dom is principally a documentary wedding photographer: she is there to capture the day as it happens without influencing events or artificially placing people together. She would say that most of her best work is created that […]

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So, our search had taken us far and wide across the land…ok maybe just North Yorkshire but still! So far we had visited The quirky Danby Castle, the rustic Ox Pasture Hall and the frankly pants ‘Venue X’. And now, as they say, for something completely different. One of the very important criteria for me […]

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