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Ian & Vanessa married @Glangrwyney Court, Crickhowell

I was determined to edit this for Ian and Vanessa who are going away for their honeymoon tomorrow!

I thoroughly enjoyed their beautiful wedding at Grangrwyney Court where I haven’t had a chance to photograph before. What an absolutely stunning, filled with character wedding venue, so very photogenic!  Take a look at a set of my favourite photographs.
Congratulations Ian & Vanessa and thank you for being delightful to work with. xxx

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Martyn & Jen married @ Rosedew Farm in Llantwit Major

Martyn and Jen tied the knot @ St Teilos Church in Bridgend with the wedding reception taking place at Rosedew Farm in Lantwit Major.

***Here used to follow a long-ish text in which I tried to describe the day – but earlier this evening one of my friends (the honest one) said to me: ‘you know your newest blog post…*head shake*… can I just re-write it for you?’ :O I knew my English was pretty bad but I might have been fooling myself it wasn’t THAT bad!

With my confidence shattered to pieces I shall attempt no bragging from now on.;)

I hope you enjoy the selection of my fav images from this fabulous wedding day.

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Jones - April 8, 2014 - 5:49 pm

This is wonderful again Aga! I come to your website as a photographer rather than a bride and would love to ask your advice. Your pictures have a beautiful depth of field and it looks like you use prime lenses. Yet it seems there are so many varying focal lengths. I was wondering if you frequently switch lenses, use two bodies at once or perhaps you have a second photographer with you? I have been using a 50mm and 24mm primes but for important fast moving moments like the bride arriving and leaving the church and the ceremony I am too scared I will miss something so use a 24-70mm. But I really don’t like this lens – the quality is not so nice. I would love to shoot entirely on primes but think perhaps I don’t have the perfect combination. I also don’t want much to use two bodies as am trying to slim my kit down (carrying so much is no fun). I am not sure what the solution is but you have clearly cracked it so I would love to know your thoughts.

Nikola Bodova - April 9, 2014 - 6:56 am

Beautiful Aga again, again and again!!! I love it how you cope with different situations at weddings.. You are just amazing! :)

Barcelona shot with Fuji x100s

2.30am – how lovely… My tax return isn’t done and I don’t know where I’m going to be living in 3 weeks BUT at least I got to spend the evening browsing through some sunny captures – living in the present moment!;)
Few days before the trip to Barcelona I bought this little cutie – Fuji x100s and was desperate to get my hands on it during my short stay in Spain. I must admit I found it hard to use, for years I have been Nikon only, the ergonomics of Fuji couldn’t be more different! Anyway, I’m no technical geek and this post isn’t yet another review, in fact I couldn’t be further from attempting to do that, I’ll leave it to those truly passionate with numbers, analysis and buttons. Overall, after initial awkwardness I think me and Fuji did become buddies; he’s a bit too slow for my liking so I don’t dare using it at weddings, but for light travelling, night life or any other life adventures it proves to work just great.;)

below few shots outside the actual photoshoot.

Aga x

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Rob Grimes - January 31, 2014 - 12:03 pm

Amazing series of stunning memories!

Rob x

Tom - February 9, 2014 - 8:44 pm

Very nice. What were the settings of the B&W pictures ? Any post-processing ?

Hayward - February 21, 2014 - 5:59 am

B&W are soot & chalky

Sarah - February 22, 2014 - 1:05 pm

You never fail to amaze and inspire me with your beautiful images, gorgeous.

Tomas Haran - March 1, 2014 - 1:40 am

These are fantastic photos! Makes me want to go back and visit Barcelona. I just ordered one of these cameras myself and am super excited to head out with it and take some photos. I’m going to be checking out some more of your site, truly phenomenal photos.

Linus & Li Ying post wedding photography in Barcelona

Linus & Liying, newly weds based in Hong Kong spent their honeymoon travelling across Europe. We met at the Barcelona airport and travelled together to the flat they rented for few days. During the first afternoon we went sightseeing, shopping and socialising as well as planned our photo attack on Barcelona.  We then spent one LONG day shooting at several locations around the city struggling with the late summer heat and laughing our heads off.:)Destinations shoots like this are very specific photographic tasks, in all honesty I would struggle to do this alone even when it comes to carrying my super heavy camera bag let alone keeping its content safe at some of these hyper busy locations! Huge thanks to Robstar (http://www.robgrimesphotography.co.uk/) for joining me for these few days – some of his awesome shots I’ve included in the post below.

Hope you enjoy a selection of my favourite captures.

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Clare - January 31, 2014 - 9:07 am

Absolutly stunning!!! There’s so much love and happiness in these images and the photography is brilliant, you totally made the most of Barcelona! The end shot at the Sagrada Famila (probably spelt wrong, sorry!) is the icing on the cake but my favs are the ones strolling through the streets :-)

Rob Grimes - January 31, 2014 - 12:02 pm

Stunning images as always Aga from a truly amazing few days, again it was and always will be a pleasure to have been asked to join you and to have been there for you.

Rob x

Abi Ellson - January 31, 2014 - 12:10 pm

What a fab shoot, beautiful couple. Looks like this was a lot of fun. Great work as always. I need to get myself to that gorgeous looking city now for a weekend! x

Albert Palmer - January 31, 2014 - 4:00 pm

Love the ones in the greenery! Top work as always…

Marcin - March 31, 2014 - 12:27 pm

Great images Aga. Love the nights shots.

Sean & Lucy married @ Peterstone Court, Brecon

Hello again.:)I realized today that I have almost two years of unblogged wedding work!  It’s all patiently waiting for me to find the time to tackle this pleasant but ridiculously time consuming task!

Introducing Sean & Lucy and their beautifully styled, modern wedding at Peterstone Court in Brecon. Absolute pleasure to have been there, delightful day for the eyes, heart and soul. Thank you to my amazing friend Asia  (who is currently reworking her wedding website but you can see her fashion portfolio here http://ladydphotography.co.uk/) for second shooting for me that day, she contributed massively to this sweet set below.:)

Hope you enjoy xx

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