December 2013 update: I'm no longer working as a photographer

In 2009, I launched a company that makes business software for photographers, and now that company is so successful that I've regretfully had to put my photography business on hold indefinitely. You can find out more about this change on my blog.

If you're looking for a photographer, I'm still in touch with many amazing photographers and would be delighted to recommend them to you if you contact me.

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March 2008 Archive

Helen & Brendan's wedding - Radwinter, Essex

Posted in Wedding Photography at 08:17 on 31/03/2008

Last weekend brought us some of the most varied weather I've ever seen at a wedding: sun, clouds, wind, rain, snow, Helen and Brendan had it all. Good planning made sure that this wasn't a problem for them at their wedding in Radwinter, Essex.

Here's a selection of my favourite images from the day:

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Cambridge in the snow

Posted in Miscellaneous at 11:15 on 23/03/2008

Cambridge is covered in snow today, so I took my camera out for a walk in town. Both me and it got soaked, but it's not often that you get to photograph the sights of Cambridge in the snow.

No-one's going to be doing any punting today:

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They're probably not going to be drinking coffee outside, either:

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It's just not Cambridge if there isn't a bicycle in your pictures:

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Jesus Green:

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Running in shorts in this weather = hardcore:

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Ruth & Nick's wedding - Holkham Hall, Norfolk

Posted in Wedding Photography at 18:15 on 14/03/2008

Ruth & Nick married each other at the spectacular Holkham Hall on the North Norfolk coast. The 18th century hall made a fantastic wedding venue and the day continued with a reception at the Michelin-listed Victoria Hotel. Here are a few of my favourite images from the day.

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Making Pictures - Arboreal Calisthenics

Posted in Making Pictures at 12:14 on 13/03/2008

blogImage1Carrying on the landscape photography theme of the first post in my Making Pictures series, today's picture was taken on a trip to Umbria, Italy.

People inevitably look for meaning in everything they see and this picture's appeal is in the human forms made by the trees in this olive grove.

Technically, it's very simple, shot on a tripod-mounted Canon EOS 1D MkII with a 28-70mm lens. A tripod is invaluable for landscape photography, not only to stabilise the camera when working with small apertures or low light but to slow down the picture taking process. Because it takes time to set up any tripod-mounted photograph, the photographer is forced to think about the picture he or she is about to take in much more detail. You can also give yourself the time to make sure that you get the composition right in one shot by taking notice of all of the details that might get lost in an action shot.

Clare & Bert's engagement portrait session

Posted in Portrait Photography at 10:45 on 10/03/2008

Clare & Bert are both graduates of King's College, Cambridge, so we decided to shoot their engagement portrait session there this weekend. Here are some of my favourite images from the session.

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