Deborah and Avnish’s Indian ceremony.
Sorry I haven’t been able to blog in a while, things have been crazy. I’m excited to be able to show these photos from the Indian wedding I did back in May in Nottingham.
The couple had two weddings, one Indian and one English, which was where they officially married. It was a completely new experience for me to photograph an Indian wedding and I cant lie, it was pretty amazing. The clothes, colours and the sense of family was everywhere!
Hopefully will be uploading the English wedding photos soon!
Avnish and Deborah
I love doing shoot like these, I get to play with kids toys!
Sorry I wasn’t able to write a blog post last thursday, I had some personal issues to deal with, but now Im ready to get back to work! This is will be a relatively shot blog post as I’m off to a shoot soon but I will be talking about the different areas of photography that could be your career!
I have to end this blog post for now as I must leave for that shoot but I will do a part 2 of this with more areas you can look into.
Hope your all well!
Due to an unseen situation I haven’t planned a blog post for this Thursday but I promise to be on top form for next week!
Reviewing the Fujifilm Instax mini 8
I brought my instax not too long ago, and i thought I would share my thoughts about it.
Whats good about it?
What’s not so good?
Where can I buy one and how much?
I came across in the UK Urban outfitters, selling for around £90 but I then found a bundle deal on ebay for £75 with 4 packs of film! (Brand new as well) I’m pretty sure you can buy both the film and camera on ebay or amazon or even on the fuji site. The film is also sold in some camera shops but its best to ask or get them online as it can work out cheaper.
Who’s this camera good for?
Personally I’m really pleased with the camera and I do recommend it to people. Its great for when I see something that inspires me, like a location because I can stick the photo straight into my sketchbook without the hassle of printing! It also gives me a way to really focus on each shot as they do cost £1 per image, so its not just a case of keep clicking!
Thanks for reading and I hope you can join me for my next thursdays blogpost on: Photos that made history.
Have a good week!
Artist open house ends today, been a great experience and have met some lovely people