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Wedding at The Mansion, Leeds – Bethan & James

Wedding at The Mansion, Leeds – Bethan & James

Last Saturday was my second Mansion at Roundhay Park wedding since I took the photographs for their website and brochure. I met  Bethan over a year ago when she…

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Wedding fair in Leeds, The Queens Hotel

Wedding fair in Leeds, The Queens Hotel

Last Sunday I exhibited at The Queens Hotel Wedding Fair in Leeds.

Bethan was representing me and answering questions on my behalf. Bethan booked me for her wedding next year and she’s such a warm person I asked if she would like to represent me at a few fairs this year.

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Get to grips with your camera, Photo training.

Get to grips with your camera, Photo training.

This year I have met so many frustrated photographers. Camera’s have become much more affordable but we never have the time to learn how to get the most from them.

I’ve set myself the challenge to get you guys taking better photos, ones where you are in charge of the camera not the other way around! 

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The Mansion, Roundhay Park – Wedding venue photoshoot

The Mansion, Roundhay Park – Wedding venue photoshoot

I met with Daniel from Dine catering earlier this year at Nostell Priory. Daniel couldn’t contain his excitement about his new venue in Yorkshire and his excitement quickly rubbed off on me as I agreed to shoot some photos for their up coming brochure.

I hadn’t known about The Mansion House in Roundhay Park, Leeds and the state of disrepair it had fallen into however what I do know is that it will become one of the best wedding venues (also corporate meetings & events) in Leeds.

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Photographs of a Lord

Photographs of a Lord

Last week it was announced that Sir Alan Sugar may soon become Lord Alan Sugar. Ok, I didn’t take Sir Alan’s photos but I did manage to take photos of another Lord at the recent wedding of Helen & David Murphy.

Here is Lord Richard Musgrave having his make-up topped up half way through the wedding breakfast.

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