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Wedding: Horsham Registry Office


Congratulations to Guy and Amy on their wedding last Saturday at Horsham registry office. The reception was held at Random Hall, Slinfold. Good fun as always, plus the weather held out. It would've been a shame to have to shoot it all indoors as the Registry ofice has a pretty little garden which backs onto a large park.

What to look for in a wedding photographer

Whilst you will always remember your wedding, your wedding photography is the tangible memory of your special day.

Your photos will provide you with a visual reminder of all those little details that can be so easily forgotten. But choosing the right person for the job can be a minefield.

Travel Landscapes: Balmaha, Loch Lomond

Remember a couple of weeks ago when it did nothing in the South-East (as well as most of the rest of the country) but rain? I was here, in Balmaha on Loch Lomond. This is what it looked like.

Wedding: St Nicholas Church, Sutton

Saturday's wedding shot with Jason and a very pleasant videographer called Dave, from Aldershot. We decided to shoot the family groups inside the church due to inclement weather and got some great images. The reception was held in Surbiton. Congratulations Karen and Russell!

The Wilderness A25

Another stop along this road. I have no idea where the name comes from. Long shadows at sunrise create fantastic leading lines on the colourful dead leaves in this wood just outside Clandon.

Newland's Corner A25

Newland's Corner is on the A25 between Dorking and Guildford. It is one of the most beautiful spots in Surrey. There's a lot of competition for that title along this stretch of road alone. I drive past it a great deal and do tend to take it for granted a bit, so in between weddings this year I've decided to take as many shots along here as I can and post the best online. Here goes.

In The Woods

A walk in the woods around North Holmwood one evening in March produces a few pleasant images from Magic Hour. I wasn't carrying filters, tripod and the like; just a 17-40 lens. Actually if I'm being honest I just got Lightroom 4 this morning and I'm looking for any excuse to try it out.

Florida Underwater Pt.2: Wide angle

The second part of my dive trip including larger marine life, wrecks and the Manatees of Crystal River.

On this trip I did seven open ocean day boat dives. The Florida coastline has a large number of wrecks (many sunk deliberately to create artificial reefs) as well a huge diversity of marine life. The reef has incredibly vivid colours- the images below are not saturated in Lightroom at all...

Florida Underwater Pt.1: Macro

Florida has an incredibly diverse range of underwater life, from world class macro to stunning wide angle opportunities. I recently took a short trip there (one week) to see how much it's possible to cram in......