Looking forward to this Wedding!!
Looking forward to working at this venue this weekend!!
I love shooting Weddings at Barnabrow House in East Cork because A: its a great venue! and B: It's where my wife and I got married so it has a special place in my heart! I looking foward to doing two Weddings there this month!
Well.....myself as a kiwi is definitely having a blast in the Snow today!! Might have to continue Wedding Edits tomorrow I'd say.....there are snowmen to be made! :)
I had the pleasure of working at Fota House again the other week with a lovely Bride and Groom here in Cork. Want to see some pics?
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY EVERYBODY!!!
It sure has been cold of late but this hasn't stopped the fun of being back at work as a Wedding Photographer here in Cork. Rain or snow - Lets be having it!!
I had my first gig of the year in Fota House and it was great to be back in action again after a lovely holiday in New Zealand over the Summer/Christmas (hahaha sorry to rub it in my fellow Irish family).
This year is massive for me and I am really looking forward to meeting and working with lots of wonderful brides and grooms this year around Ireland. It is my biggest year to date by far so BRING IT ON!!
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Chat soon Sean :)
Now that the clocks have gone back Winter seems to have instantly kicked in. As a Cork Wedding Photographer I reckon getting married any time of year is awesome but check out my top tips for Winter/Christmas Weddings. It is one of the most exciting times of year for a Wedding as everyone is in the festive mood and the lights are glowing!
- Location Location Location
Let’s face it the Irish weather can be cruel in the Winter months. Be mindful when picking your venues for the ceremony and reception. Are the access roads prone to black ice? Flooding etc during the winter months?
Ideally it’s a good move to have a slightly earlier start time in the Winter months. This will allow more time to take advantage of the fantastic winter lighting for your photographs and extend time with your guests before dinner too.
One of my favourite time of years to photographer weddings has to November/December . You can go wild with the decor and place settings. Winter berries, foliage and deep colours compliment this time of year. There is also some very dramatic lighting out there that can really set your photos off!
Some venues offer "off peak" favourable pricing from November – January. Same venue, same service just with a smaller price tag.
Due to the time of year, some of my couples over the years have put some interesting twists on their wedding menus. There is nothing like a hearty meal to warm up your guests and don’t forget the mulled wine!
Bridal capes are a winner! Wraps and hand muffs not only keep you warm but look great in your photographs too! Good luck!