Posts Tagged ‘wedding photography’

Fallon & Byrne Wedding Photographer – Ladychapel Church Wedding Photographer

Friday, Jan 21st, 2011 | Source: Give us a goo photography blog

Here’s an update to the post I did sometime ago of a wedding in Fallon & Byrne and Ladychapel Church. Jill and Cillian wanted relaxed urban style wedding photography with nothing too posed and to focus mostly on the day’s ...

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DVD Wedding Package

Thursday, Jan 20th, 2011 | Source: Anthony Kearney Photography Blog

Hi,I have now introduced a DVD wedding package for clients who may not wish to order an album straight away.   Albums from the Graphistudio and Mario Acerboni ranges may be ordered afterwards and I will guarantee the album price ...

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Anatomy Of A Wedding Day #14 – Triona & JJ – County Cork, Ireland

Thursday, Jan 20th, 2011 | Source: The Documentary Photographer

I won’t dwell too much on these photographs that I took at a west Cork wedding late last year. I’ll let them speak for themselves. One thing I did learn from this wedding is that when the clocks to back in ...

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Galway wedding photographer – Glenlo Abbey Hotel Wedding photography

Wednesday, Jan 19th, 2011 | Source: Give us a goo photography blog

Renee & Conor got married on a luvly sunny day in June, the ceremony took place in Coolarne Church and moved onto Glenlo Abbey Hotel. We took most of the photographs on the grounds of the hotel which was really ...

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Anatomy Of A Wedding Day #13 – Kristel & Bernard

Friday, Jan 14th, 2011 | Source: The Documentary Photographer

I photographed six weddings between 10th December and 10th January. My busiest Christmas period ever. Exhausting, but very satisfying as well. One thing I would like to do here is give a big, public thank you to Mike Hutt of Aquarius ...

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Add a Dash of Colour to Your Winter Wedding and Flavour With Some Zest…

Friday, Jan 14th, 2011 | Source: Weddingphotographerkerryblog

I recently photographed Niamh & Colman’s wedding at Springfort Hall, a cosy country house in Cork. It was a cold, cold day to be in a dress but Niamh was a star, not to mention Colman who really nailed the ...

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Ger And Anne Wedding

Wednesday, Jan 12th, 2011 | Source: Anthony Kearney Photography Blog

Hi,On Saturday January 8th 2011, I had the pleasure of photographing my friends Ger and Annes wedding.  They were married in Ballyheigue Church and the reception was held at The Ballyroe Heights Hotel in Tralee, Co. Kerry. The church was full of ...

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Monday, Jan 10th, 2011 | Source: Give us a goo photography blog

Rachel & Darren were just one of those easy-going relaxed couples that had no problem getting married in Clontarf and then moving on down  to St. George Yacht Club in Dun Laoghaire…by public transport. Yeap, they crossed the Liffey by DART ...

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Danielle and Neil’s New Years Day Wedding

Friday, Jan 7th, 2011 | Source: infokus blog

The 1st of January 2011 kick started the New Year for Infokus Photography with the wonderful wedding of Danielle and Neil. The stylish ceremony captured the beauty and tradition of Christmas as guests embraced the brisk day driven with passion and ...

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Miss Bossy Boots in Action…

Thursday, Jan 6th, 2011 | Source: Weddingphotographerkerryblog

I was kindly given this photograph, taken by a wedding guest at Jamie and Myrna’s wedding. So now I know what I look like when I am giving orders. It’s not very pretty. Mind you, this photograph was taken at ...

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Back to Kenmare and Sneem…

Wednesday, Jan 5th, 2011 | Source: Weddingphotographerkerryblog

I had intended in posting a new wedding but after meeting one of my brides, Myrna last night I decided I would delve into her wedding again because there were some beautiful shots that I had forgotten about. We sat ...

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Dog Day

Monday, Dec 20th, 2010 | Source: The Documentary Photographer

Lordy, it’s been wordy on the blog of late. Enough. I’m chained to my computer this week catching up on post-production before we shut down for the holidays. I say “shut down”, but in reality I’ll be shooting weddings between Christmas and New ...

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What’s The Point Of Wedding Photography? – Part 2: The State We’re In

Tuesday, Dec 14th, 2010 | Source: The Documentary Photographer

Photographers have attached themselves almost indelibly to weddings. This raises two questions that I’d like to explore here. 1) How did this happen? 2) Is there a negative consequence? The answer to the first question is fairly simple: habit. Once couples decided they wanted to ...

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What Is The Point Of Wedding Photography? – Part 1: Crossing The Line

Sunday, Dec 12th, 2010 | Source: The Documentary Photographer

Something happened at two recent weddings that upset me greatly. Both involved videographers, which I’ll deal with in part 3 of this series of posts. For the time being, it’s the individual instances that concern me here, as they are ...

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The Double Whammy

Thursday, Dec 2nd, 2010 | Source: Give us a goo photography blog

I met Brian and Kirsten in IMMA (Irish Musuem of Modern Art)  sometime in June 2009. We did a quick  engagement shoot after our meeting and from then on we haven’t stopped emailing each other. Brian and Kirsten are a ...

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