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pre wedding photography @ the Gower – Francesca and Alex

This is one of my last engagements of 2011 (only few more left!) and I have to say this one was a very enjoyable one. Going back to the proposal place I had chance to capture the props that were used the day Alex proposed. Listening to the couple’s story I asked them to write it down for me and I hope to get it published, together with the photographs, on a wedding blog dedicated to creative ideas and quality photographs. Once it’s out I will make sure to post a link somewhere within this blog to let you random reader enjoy it as I did.:)

But for now – photographs only. I hope you like.:) x x

Tim Bishop - September 26, 2011 - 10:13 pm

Loving the wide landscape shots! Txx

[...] Also, Francesca and Alex’s engagement session (fantastic one!) can be viewed here [...]

wedding photography the day after session – Kala & Jaro

it’s just a sneak peek, of course. This wedding session amongst all the other summer work is queuing to be edited. a m a z i n g  day with these two, a true photographic treat. The below image I only edited because I needed an new big print for my wedding fayre stand and I thought it was good to add some flash work to the stand filled with natural light photographs.

I’m jumping back to work, hope you like the below image, for those who don’t know – it’s the  Welsh Assembly government building in Cardiff Bay, very late on Saturday night.:)

Jarek Lepak - September 26, 2011 - 9:06 pm

Nikon for ever!

phototom - September 26, 2011 - 9:21 pm

Hahaha :) )) I’ve stopped saying things like that even as a joke, too many canon users around! Although I quietly agree, of course. ;)

wedding photography @ St Pierre A Marriot hotel Chepstow – Sam & Alun

Samantha and Alun got married on the 4th of June 2011 on a wonderful Summer Saturday. I will leave the story to tell to the wedding photographs because of one simple reason: typing takes time and time is what I’m lacking at the moment (other  than time can I have more sleep and rest please?;)) So anyway, see Sam and Alun’s big day photographs below, I do hope you like.  x x

part 1: bridal preparations at St Pierre’s cottage, groom and the boys at All Saints Church, Viney Hill, Lydney

part 2 – at St Pierre’s – drinks reception, wedding breakfast & evening party.




si morgan - September 22, 2011 - 8:00 pm

Got some great shots there photo tom. : )

Richard Hill - October 8, 2011 - 6:33 pm

There’s some really inspiring work here. You must have some very happy clients. A question if I may? On your evening reception shots you seem to be using 2 strobes faced forward for back light, which I’m guessing will also bounce around the room a bit for general fill, but what if anyting are you using as a front facing light? Thanks


pre wedding photography @ Nash Point – Clare and Paul

With the wedding season still in full swing my engagement sessions are coming to an end before the winter weddings. At the moment I still have two to do, and two more September ones to edit but after that – wedding and only wedding editing so you won’t be seeing so many ‘normally’ dressed people on this blog.:)

I have been so lucky with the most fabulous couples enthusiastically engaged into these sessions with me. It’s great working with people who are prepared to go the extra mile – with me doing my usual extra mile (hah!) results of those shoots are joy for my heart.:)To all photographers, don’t we all love the feeling of ‘trying something we haven’t before’ or being given a bit of space to do things differently as oppose to follow the routines (which is something I’m quite openly scared of!)

The below images were this kind of fresh wave for me, you most probably won’t find them any different to ‘what I normally do’ but there are little  bits and bobs that I gave a go for the first time and am pleased with the outcome.

Introducing Clare and Paul, about to get married in just a couple of days! x x x

Tim Bishop - September 13, 2011 - 8:53 pm

Great variety Aga! creative use of the fish eye, works well with the straight edges of the cliff Txxx

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