Using an Historic Camera for Photographing Everyday Family Life

The Leica is the iconic “everywhere” camera. It took the place of much larger and cumbersome cameras, which rooted people to tripods and lengthily procedures to produce a single image. Used by iconic photographers such as Elliot Erwitt, Robert Frank and Henri Cartier-Bresson (H.C.B). Due to its discrete size, it was often taken to places…

Family Photographer Shropshire

Looking for a family photographer Shropshire, but don’t want the cliche, impersonal portrait that doesn’t speak to who you are as a family? Checkout my work here: http://www.rharris-images.com/family/ “I never thought I’d get a photo of that moment, but it’s something I never want to forget”. – Kris Bucknall, Shropshire “The photos are truly us. No…

Ask the Experts

Wedding Planning Tip #5 When you come to building a plan for your wedding, especially when you’re at the early stages and have more flexibility, don’t shy away from asking the experts you’ve commissioned.  Assuming you’re commissioning real professionals, they will have years of experience working in their area of expertise and will be able…

Plan for Quality Time

Wedding Planning Tip #4 Time doesn’t just appear on your wedding day (it actually goes very quickly)… you have to plan for it. Something I hear down the grapevines from other weddings, or through my client’s experiences at friend’s weddings, is the surprise at how little they actually get to see the newly married couple…

Indecision means Inadequate

Wedding Planning Tip #3 If you’re unsure of what to choose for your wedding, be it the perfect location, photographer, or caterer, you haven’t found the *right* location or person. That may sound staggeringly simple but let’s break this down for a moment. I spoke to someone planning their wedding yesterday who mentioned how she…

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