A stunning 1969 VW Campervan has been painstakingly restored and modified to house what is set to become the UK’s trendiest photo booth. Available to hire for weddings and events from February 2017, The Boho Booth - affectionately named ‘Callie’ and originally from New York – integrates a high- resolution camera and internet-enabled touchscreen operating system with an abundance of stylish props to bring a new dimension to selfie snaps.
You’ve found your dream partner to spend the rest of your life with, now for the next major decision, who to capture your big day? Good wedding photographers can get booked up months and even years in advance so it’s a great thing to get ticked off the list after you’ve chosen your venue.
Before looking for your photographer you may want to decide whether you want film or digitalphotography. Choosing film can add a beautiful finish to your photos that is often difficult to match with digital, but it also adds to the photographers costs and can up your spend by around an extra £1000.
CREDIT: Elen Studio Photography
If you have a burning passion and a camera, you’re just about ready to dive into the world of photography. There’s a vast knowledge of information available on how to polish up your skills but if you’re just a budding photographer, here are some tips to get you started:
The confetti shot is one of the most iconic photographs any couple will have taken on their wedding day, so give it that ‘wow’ factor by using natural petal confetti.
Shropshire Petals share their top 5 tips on getting your magical confetti moment.
1. Your photographer will have taken lots of confetti shots in the past, ask to see examples of them to give you an idea of their style. Most photographers will visit your wedding venue/ceremony location before the big day to ensure they will know the best spot to have your confetti moment, as well as taking into consideration where your venue allows confetti. They will be able to discuss options with you according to lighting and the surroundings, which will all help when it comes to choosing your confetti colours.
Wedding photos are one of the most important aspects of every wedding. Why? Because they capture the magic of the day and enable you to fondly reminisce in many years to come. Propel your wedding photos from run-of-the-mill images to fairy-tale moments of the big day with the following stand-out features designed to inject the wow factor into every type of wedding.
With their pretty rainbow tones, floating motion and fairy-like appeal, bubbles have long been a favourite prop for photographers.
The charming allure of bubbles make a great addition to a wedding and bring a magical feature to the special day.
MANCHESTER-based wedding photographer Shane Webber knows just how stressful organising the big day can be and has put together his top tips for selecting the right person to capture your special moments.
1. Research, research, research
Shane says: “There are a lot of wedding photographers out there, so if you do your research, you will be able to find a great photographer that fits within your budgetand more importantly the style that you want – but make sure to ask to see entire wedding shoots and to ask for client testimonials, as that will give you a great idea of what you can expect on your big day.”
Luxury travel company, eShores, has launched two new multi centre photography packages allowing customers to have all their holiday snaps taken for them, meaning they can relax and enjoy their trip, while their personal photographer captures those all-important memories on their behalf.
With two packages to choose from, eShores lets you take a photographer with you from one place to the next on any multi centre holiday, snapping those key moments at all times of the day and night for £4,740 or customers can upgrade to a deluxe package at £8,890.
The standard package includes:
· A professional photographer capturing your holiday moments 24/7
Leading North West wedding photographer Matthew Rycraft has double cause for celebration after opening a brand new photography studio at The Mews Wedding Centre in Birkdale and winning Your Merseyside Wedding Magazine's Wedding of the Year.
North West wedding photographer Matthew Rycraft has made a successful career out of capturing the happy unions of countless satisfied newlyweds. Now it's his turn to celebrate finding his own match made in heaven, as he opens a new photographic studio at The Mews Wedding Centre in Birkdale.