Monthly Archives: May 2011
This has to be one of the finest UK wedding blogs that I’ve come across on the Internet. Though it’s been referred to as a “Mecca for gorgeous photography and inspiring real weddings”, yet there is something that this blog offers that other wedding websites simply overlook. And that is the creativity with which Kat Williams presents all the information on her blog.
Gosfield Hall Wedding Photography: Yesterday I had the pleasure of working with David Purslow, a Worcestershire based wedding photographer at Lisa & Alex’s wedding in Gosfield Hall, Essex.
David is an incredible photographer with a style that is certainly bold, something that attracts brides to him. It was a privilege to work alongside David.
Gosfield Hall is a truly stunning Georgian manor house in Gosfield, Essex. Gosfield House was winner of Wedding Ideas magazine ‘Best Wedding Venue’ 2011. It is easy to see why with the stunning oak panelled gallery with a 120ft long aisle perfect for wedding photography.
Gomes Photography becomes a member of the Artistic Guild of the Wedding Photojournalist Association (AG|WPJA)
I am delighted to announce that Gomes Photography has successfully become a member of the Artistic Guild of the Wedding Photojournalist Association (AG|WPJA). A premier body comprising of selected international wedding photojournalists who have shown remarkable professionalism by capturing unscripted wedding events. AG|WPJA recognises the special talent in the field of post-production image processing, which only a few wedding photojournalists in the world possess.
It is an honour to be accepted as a member of this prestigious organisation, due to their stringent screening measures. The AG|WPJA standards and guidelines ensure that the members maintain the same levels of creativity and originality throughout the term of their membership. This means that I have to remain updated with the latest trends in wedding photojournalism and equip myself with the necessary skills that contribute to enhancing my creativity.
Finally, you’ve decided to settle down and get married to the one who enjoys ‘special’ status in your life. Now, comes the difficult part – planning for the most important day of your life. Right from selecting the venue to sending the invites to the guests, the checklist is long. But have you ever wondered how to preserve the memories of your wedding? It’s here that the role of a professional wedding photographer who can offer some great wedding photography becomes pivotal.
Weddings at Sundridge Park Manor holds special significance in the lives of the bride and the groom! The most important day of their lives becomes a part of the rich legacy of this John Nash designed Grade I listed venue in Bromley, Kent, which has over two centuries of rich tradition to showcase to the world.