So its been ages since I last wrote. Here is a short recap of what I have been up too but has gotten lost on the computer/I felt shy about showing.
A very long while back I did a short photography course/styled shoot with Nicola Dixon. I threw myself into my mates car (she/they are wedding photographers) and went along for a jolly. Interested in what it would be like to look through a lens for a day I again threw myself into crouching positions, cocked my head, squinted and tried to see what others might think beautiful in my surroundings. Below is what I saw and thought lovely to document.
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Then, just like that another opportunity arose for me to again step behind the camera. I booked a wedding cake in and like any good wedding supplier gave my two pence on who I thought would be a good fit for the client/friends wedding photography. As a result myself and the photographer, who is of course a gorgeous friend of mine, threw ourselves into her car cake included (of course I didn’t throw that, I carefully placed it in) and drove down to the venue.
After delicately placing the cake in its intend resting place I shadowed Fiona Saxton for the day. Carefully stepping out of her eye line like a ninja and taking my own snaps of the moments I liked the most. The images below are but a tiny fraction of what I took. I got completely carried away. It was so hard not too.
There were loads more images but these ones were my favourite. I love photography but if I am honest I don’t have time in-between my five girls, husband, business, parent governor duties (for two schools), cello/piano playing to fit it in. I have come to terms with this, I am putting it in my pocket and carrying it around with me until the next photographer I know asks me to tag along.
Until the next time,