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Back in March 2011 I photographed Sarah and Steve’s wedding; several images from that lovely day are on the wedding page. Recently I was fortunate to have the opportunity to photograph Sarah and Steve’s first-born, Evie. We had been hoping to create a bump and baby set of images but circumstances got in the way! Here are a few images of the gorgeous girl.
I have bumped into Colin several times over the last three years whilst walking Monty. He walks down from Townhill to the Singleton and Brynmill Parks with his two dogs. That’s a fair old walk for a man in his seventies. The dog with him here is Kaylee, who is not as sociable as the other more sociable one of the pair. He or she (not sure) was off socialising with Monty when I took this shot.
This is Brian Smith, Aikido tutor for the University of Wales Swansea Aikido Club. He had just finished the Club’s annual beach session. As I arrived at Caswell Beach the members were just finishing their instruction in front of a high tide, big waves and a couple of curious onlookers. They finished, stripped off and ran into the sea for a very bracing briny immersion, prior to a bacon sarnie at the Surfside Cafe. An invigorating start to the day.
For those Photoshop aficionados amongst you who are curious: I have applied a little vintage action and vignette to the original image just to lend a little timeless atmosphere to the action.
Yesterday I was walking around Swansea Marina trying to pretend that the icy easterly wind was not hurting when I bumped into Billy on his bike. Billy is a Swansea born and bred man. Billy is a steadfast bike and bread man. Every day he cycles down to the Marina with his bag of bird seed. (I know I just said bread, the word play was too tempting to resist, forgive me.) He pedals to two spots, the first is close to the statue of Dylan Thomas and then he cycles on to the west end of the Marina to deposit another donation. The pigeons were very pleased to see him.
Here is a small selection of photos from Nerys and Dylan’s wedding at the City Hall, Cardiff on the 11.11.11. There are a few more on the wedding gallery and the largest collection @ www.facebook.com/liveleephotography.
Thanks to the marvels of digital photography I can pinpoint which image was taken at precisely 11.11am on the 11.11.11 at Nerys and Dylan’s Wedding and this is it. It shows Sara, their beautiful daughter leading Nerys and best friend Sara and the rest of the Bridal Party into the park for some post wedding photos.
Just in case you missed it an image from the day was taken by the Mail Online. http://bit.ly/vqX9BC
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Had a lovely shoot down at Oxwich Bay with Gemma, James and the gorgeous Ivy. The weather was a little changeable but generally kind.
Helen and Dave love vintage life. Fresh from their very own back garden festival – Mean Man – here’s a few images especially created for them.
Are you getting married on the 11.11.11?
Want stylish and contemporary wedding photography for £11?
I am looking for a cool and kooky couple who would love to have their special day on the special day photographed in loving photojournalistic/fashion style. And yes I am willing to do this for £11 - pretty much any location! Hey, it’s a one off idea, for a one off date.
How do you get to be the lucky couple? Just drop me an email with a explanation of how you are going to celebrate your special day before the 10.10.11 (not quite as quirky) and I’ll put all the entries into my very biggest hat and pull out the 11.11.11 wedding at 11am the very next day (that would be the 11th October then).
Take 11 seconds to think about this then drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are a few images from Laura and Mike’s engagement shoot at Pennard Castle, overlooking Three Cliff Bay, on the Gower Peninsula. It was a typical spring day with sunshine and a hint of rain, but we timed it well and even caught a ray of sun.
Laura and Mike’s wedding is in July and has a black and purple theme. Can’t wait.
This image is taken with a Holga 120N, the little plastic camera that uses medium format film. The square format, soft focus and vignetting create quite a different feel to digital. It was taken on Sarah and Steve’s engagement shoot.
Took some very funky photos on Monday around Shoreditch and Waterloo. Many are scattered about this site on the home, engagement shoot and portrait pages, but here’s a couple extra that aren’t anywhere else – just yet.
This is Dylan, son of Warren and Claire, for whom I recently did a family photo shoot. Probably my favourite image from the shoot, he looks so calm and assured.
Here is an image from a recent family portrait shoot with Linzi, Mark, Ashley and William. We were out and about in Clyne Gardens, which is ablaze at this time of year with fresh green growth and flowering rhododenrons. Ironically, I preferred this image taken on a small, pointless tower amongst the trees.
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