It is often said that repeat business is easier to acquire than new business. However, creating innovative photographs for the same client can be as challenging as it is rewarding.
One such job entails providing two images each month for Holroydmiller Estate Agent for their The Guild Property magazine, in Wakefield and Dewsbury. Surrounding neighbourhoods, encompassing local areas such as Batley and West Bretton fall into some of the places I have been seen with my camera.
The role has given me the chance to explore these areas in order to find new ways of photographing them; so it’s more than just 100 different shots of Wakefield Cathedral! Continue reading →
Having, let’s say, quite a few years’ experience in wedding photography, I think it’s fair to note that I have seen some changes during that time.
Adapting to these changes is one of the things that make a career interesting, as well as being essential for keeping brides and grooms happy with the results.
Ultimately, I need to be sure that the couple’s special day is recorded in the way they desire and want to share. Bring the service up to date has brought me to produce a new set of Wedding Day Packages.
Looking forward also led me to a little retrospection as to what has changed over time.
How Wedding Photography Has Developed
Long before I picked up a camera, black and white wedding photographs of old were very staged. Continue reading →