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24 December 2014

Portraits galore

Categories: Photography, Portrait Photography

It's been a busy month or so in the Luna Studio! In November, I offered out a £20 photoshoot deal with two retouched images as I did last year. Last year there was a couple of shoots, this year I was overwhelmed at the amount of interest in the offer!

In the studio I had lots of doggies, little baby Santa Clauses, twins in reindeer onesies and Christmas jumpers, I've also sold a lot of gift cards so I can't wait to see what January has in store.

 

 

Merry Christmas from Luna Photography and I hope you have a wonderful holiday!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tags: Photography, Photographer, Nottingham, Derby, East Midlands, Derbyshire, twins, Portraits, Baby, Children, Christmas, Dogs, Dog
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11 December 2014

Justin, Zoe and Baby Bump

Categories: Wedding Photography, Photography

I first met Zoe at a Flashes and Lashes Hen Party as a guest of the hen. A very cute and giggly one I was super happy to meet Zoe again when she joined my Roller Derby team. It was shortly after, that Zoe approached me to photograph her wedding to Justin. She explained that she wad very nervous about being photographed and, as I had shot her before she would love for it to be me as I made her feel calm and comfortable.

As the months went by in the run up to the wedding, much to Justin and Zoe's surprise they announced that they were expecting and that Zoe would be around 6 months pregnant on the wedding day. To me, that was no problem at all so I was happy to join in Zoe and Justin's excitement!

 

This was the second wedding I've photographed this year at Wollaton Hall so I had a good idea of the set up and that the planners have military precision so I was glad when I got my printed up time table.

On the morning of the wedding, I headed to their house where Zoe, her mum and the bridesmaids were getting ready. Zoe buzzed about making sure that everyone was taken care of making tea, coffee and lunch, I think we managed to get her to sit down for a total of 30 minutes to get her hair and make up done!

 

I rushed off to Wollaton Hall to catch Justin and the guests arriving and then Zoe. It was a bit of a blustery day and Zoe's veil flew off and I managed to dash and catch it! We headed inside and the ceremony went off without a hitch.

After that, the rest of the day was super relaxed, we breezed through the group shots and then it was time for dinner. The tables had the cutest sweetie centrepieces and Zoe even sorted me my own sweets as I couldn't eat the table ones.

 

After dinner the drink continued to flow and lots of dancing. I was so grateful to be part of a wonderful day.

 

Photography – Luna Photography

Make Up – Ms Moo Makeup

Hair – Lucille's Locks

Dress – Made by Bride's friend

Venue – Wollaton Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tags: Photography, Photographer, Wedding Photography, Nottingham, East Midlands, Alternative, Vintage, Ms Moo Makeup, Lucilles Locks, Cake, Wedding, confetti, Wollaton Hall, Baby, Make Up
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02 December 2014

John and Hayley

Categories: Wedding Photography, Photography

So for my final wedding of the summer I headed off to the John, the groom's parents house. Once again working with Tim, I was assigned working with the groom and groomsmen as I often have to help them get ready with pocket square folding, flower pinning and gently suggesting a drink to calm the nerves. They also tend to enjoy my sense of humour so when we got to the church SUPER early with John, his best man and his dad, I didn't have a choice when I was bought a drink in the nearby, albeit slightly shady pub.

Once we got to the church, I started shooting the guests as they arrived, but a problem struck when the groom's mum had gotten lost and she had all of the button holes and the rings! It was okay though, Tim spent the time shooting the bride away from the church and time passed quickly inside with all the guests chatting and laughing amongst themselves.

Soon the Groom's mother arrived, a little flustered but there was no worries as Hayley made her entrance shortly after.

Churches often tend to provide a beautiful backdrop but are frightening to shoot in, there are huge differences in light quality and quanity and if you're not careful any footfall can echo loudly. I'd like to think I've become quite a ninja in shooting in churches especially over the past summer! Tim once even asked me (as he shoots from the back) why I was hiding behind a flower arrangement! I wasn't, I just wanted to get the best shot but the flowers were in my way!

 

It was a lovely warm but blustery day, so after a few shots outside of the church we headed off to the reception venue. We let everyone settle in with drinks and then started on the group and bride and groom shots. The venue provided a lovely backdrop for the shots, with a babbling river and a HUGE famous tree.

After shooting the speeches, the bride and groom had organised a little picnic dinner for Tim and I, so we were able to sit in the gardens all quiet as the sun was going down. We were also presented with a huge plate of the leftover chocolate coated strawberries that were left over by the guests!

I headed home after that as Tim would be covering the evening on his own, having a little downtime before heading off was different but also great to discuss and decompress on the day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tags: Photography, Photographer, Wedding Photography, Nottingham, East Midlands, Vintage, Derbyshire, Wedding, confetti, Gerbera, Strawberries
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