A visit from Santa

December 15, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
A visit from Santa I had the opportunity a couple of weeks ago to be transported back to a magical time of childhood when the anticipation of seeing Santa or Father Christmas as we called him, was almost too much to bear. Eagle House School in Sandhurst, Surrey was my destination where the PTA of the school had invited Santa to come and listen to...
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Winchester woods autumn photography

November 07, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Autumn Photography Autumn light is perfect for photography, especially photographing people. I absolutely love autumn - the colour is what I need to make me happy and it helps create some pretty beautiful pics as well. Find a wood or anywhere where there are deciduous trees in abundance and start shooting - you don't need a super expensive camera...
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Photography Tip 5 Middle Aged Women and how to look better in photos

October 18, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Tip 5 - Middle Aged Women and How to Look Better in Photos As we get older I hear more women saying when photogrpahed things like 'Photograph my left side, it's my best side!' That doesn't logically make sense to me, especially if you are symetrical and therefore deemed beautiful. But according to a new study looking at selfies, amongst the pouts...
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Winchester weddings at The Hotel du Vin, Winchester

October 10, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
The Hotel Du Vin, Winchester invites you to it's Wedding Showcase. 5.30PM-8.00PM THURSDAY 26th OCTOBER 2017 A perk of the job included a tasty coffee in the beautiful tranquil bar room in Hotel du Vin this morning, chatting wedding photography with the lovely Nicola Hibbert, the regional sales and events manager. Recently back from maternity leav...
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Photography Tip 4 - Middle Aged Women and how to look better in photos.

October 08, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Photography Tip 4 - Middle Age Women How to look better in photos I am far from being a makeup expert. For me the least time looking in the mirror the better but when editing I do get to see a lot of faces up close and therefore the make up applied. Too much foundation is a big no no. Conceal marks and spots lightly as a face masked in foundation...
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