Family occasions are great ways of getting some 'people practice'. Responding to and being prepared to capture both candid and intimate moments of the guests and family members in very varied lighting conditions is always far more challenging than the set group family portraits... in my humble opinion. Thanks to my nephew Chris and his beautiful wife Victoria for allowing me to share image with you.
Watching my grand-children at a family wedding as they paused to admire the view. The urn and bench give balance to the composition.
My Nephew and his wife had a brief interval between set shots and made the most of it.
My gorgeous niece Emily kindly agreed to be my guinea-pig for a woodland portrait shoot.
My nieces, Emily and Rachel, were happy to keep my Grand-children Ava and Henry occupied at a family wedding. I was able to capture many candid family shots. A lovely reminder of a great occasion.
I was in my role as Auntie with a camera at Rachel and Tim's wedding. There were restrictions for the main photographer about where he could capture images from throughout the service and no flash was allowed. I positioned myself at the end of a pew and happily snapped away. Thanks to Rachel and Tim for allowing me to share images.
Another special moment captured of my Niece Rachel and grand-daughter Ava.
A fun posed image of the Bride and Groom with Bridesmaids.
Stumbled across a 1940's day at Sherringham, North Norfolk, UK. Wonderful opportunity to take both candid and posed images of folk who had gone to a lot of effort with their costumes and were more than happy to be photographed. I think Sepia tones give the image a real vintage look.
Some great graffiti art in Iceland is complimented by our driver Dirk who was thrilled with his purchase of an Icelandic jumper in a Red Cross shop. The cross adds a pop of colour to an almost monochrome image.