Claire & Karl in St Michael and St Mary Magdelene church in Easthampstead in Bracknell

Yesterday’s wedding of Claire & Karl in St Michael and St Mary Magdelene in Easthampstead in Bracknell was in very relaxed atmosphere, partly perhaps because I photographed wedding of Claire’s sister Katherine in Peebles in Scotland last year, and I knew most of the family and some of the guests.

The bride arrived at church in beautiful classic open top Daimler, and was led into the church by her grandfather. The interior of the church was very photogenic, but relatively dark making my photography job a bit challenging. The ceremony passed in no time, perhaps because of vicar with a good sense of humour? I really liked his story about couple sharing burger in McDonald’s, that made not only me smile ;o)

The ceremony was followed by quick group shoot outside of church and in few portraits with the car, and then swift move to the Birdshill Golf course on Drift Road, Hawthorn Hill in Maidenhead. We took the opportunity to snap few pictures in the car on the driveway and without any delay started with the dinner and speeches. After the dinner we had a few minutes window to take few formal portraits of bride and groom by willows and pond at the gol course. I managed to prepare the photobooth during the dinner, so we started with the studio shoot a little earlier, with a short break to cut the cake and photograph the first dance. The photobooth turned out to be so popular, that I did not stopped for over 3 hours – which I guess will be a record time for some time ;o)

Claire & Karl’s wedding tomorrow

Please wish me a good weather and a good light for tomorrow’s wedding of Claire & Karl, with ceremony in St Michael and St Mary Magdelene in Easthampstead in Bracknell and the party at lovely in Birdshill Golf course on Drift Road, Hawthorn Hill in Maidenhead.

Please wish me a good weather and a good light for tomorrow’s wedding of Claire & Karl, with ceremony in St Michael and St Mary Magdelene in Easthampstead in Bracknell and the party at lovely in Birdshill Golf course on Drift Road, Hawthorn Hill in Maidenhead.

My Wedding Photography Experience at Wallingford

Wedding photography is always special not only for me, but also for the bride and groom who desire to have masterpieces, which carry out their past memories and moments that have spent together. I try to capture the detailed wedding photographs and do not want to miss any crucial moment of the marriage. Smile, tear, hugs, make up, church scenes of bride and groom, group shots, separate photos of bride and groom in the garden, pictures of important guests on the wedding day—I try to capture all with clarity.

My Way of Working

Working since a pretty long time in this industry, I have attended many marriages and shot various types of images in different styles. I have traveled to various places in London and other parts of the UK for my photographic assignments. By nature, I am very friendly person and can easily mingle with the people. I make people feel relaxed while capturing their images. Everyone can view pictures immediately after they are taken. This I do to get the valuable feedback from guests about my pictures. This helps me to find some weak areas and improve myself in the field of wedding photography.

Recent Visit as a Professional Wedding Photographer

Recently, I shot wedding photography at a beautiful venue Spring hotel at Wallingford. I reached there early so that I could meet people and chat with the bride and groom to make them comfortable and get them ready for the shoot. It was busy morning when the groom was getting ready and bride having her make and hair done. I took the bride to the garden to snap some beautiful pictures. I captured group photos and a few staged photos during the event. It was amazing day for person like me who loves a very relaxed atmosphere. Couples loved my pictures and recommended me to some other couples.


Best weekend ever is over ;o(Best weekend is over ;o(

I just returned back home to the UK from shoot in the Czech Republic. I’d say the weekend can’t get any better. 2 days of nude art shoot with arguably the best models in the country. The fun is over and now back to work and sort and edit the 500+ of amazing pictures. Just to tease you a bit, we were shooting in old abandoned house, iron-foundry from 1871, in fields, in woods, by lake and in stream in mountains – the weekend can’t get better than this!

Just a tiny preview ;o)

nude art  model Stana
white panties

More pictures coming soon!

I just returned back home to the UK from shoot in the Czech Republic. I’d say the weekend can’t get any better. 2 days of nude art shoot with arguably the best models in the country. The fun is over and now back to work and sort and edit the 500+ of amazing pictures. Just to tease you a bit, we had been shooting in old abandoned house, iron-foundry from 1871, in fields, in woods, by lake and in stream in mountains – the weekend can’t get better than this!

Private: Nude art shoot in Czech – update

wow, yesterday’s shoot in Czech was amazing and totally exceed my expectations – and my expectations were quite high ;o) I can’t wait to upload some pictures, unfortunately I cannot upload any picture today, but the old factory was the best location ever.

Now I’m off for more nude art shoot, this time it will be more outdoor locations in mountains.

Private: Nude art shoot in Czech RepublicNude art shoot in Czech Republic

This weekend I’m planning an exciting private project with my friend Nigel. This will be my first proper shoot in last 6 years. 2 days, 2 professional models, 2 photographers, 1 MUA. 53kg of photographic equipment to travel with us in plane, please keep your fingers crossed our luggage won’t get lost on the airport!

The models we booked are top end published models, both were featured in magazines like Playboy so our expectations are high, we are aiming to achieve pictures crossing over between nude art and glamour, perhaps in Pirelli calendar style.

And unlike in the UK, the weather forecast says 30 degrees and dry!

Please wish me good luck!

This weekend I’m planning an exciting private project with my friend Nigel. This will be my first proper shoot in last 6 years. 2 days, 2 professional models, 2 photographers, 1 MUA. 53kg of photographic equipment to travel with us in plane, please keep your fingers crossed our luggage won’t get lost on the airport!

The models we booked are top end published models, both were featured in magazines like Playboy so our expectations are high, we are aiming to achieve pictures crossing over between nude art and glamour, perhaps in Pirelli calendar style.

And unlike in the UK, the weather forecast says 30 degrees and dry!

Please wish me good luck!