Yesterday afternoon Saturday the 29th of June, I was assigned to photograph the Armed Forces Day Parade, in Bridgend for the third year running.
All the images featured in this post will be printed in this weeks edition of The Gem newspaper, on Thursday July the 4th and are available for purchase, from the ‘Client Area’ on my website. (Please see the navigation bar on the left), or follow the link here – http://randelljohn.smugmug.com/Events/Armed-Forces-Day-Bridgend-2013/30278977_d4ZQTg#!i=2606496025&k=7hLbGgM
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Debbie and I have just returned from a magical week on the beautiful Caribbean island of St Lucia where we had the pleasure of photographing Sam and Dillon’s wedding.
‘Hotel Chocolate‘ was their chosen venue and after four days on the island, and all the legalities taken care of, the wedding took place on Wednesday May 22nd 2013.
The island is one of the most magical places I’ve ever visited, with massive mountains, an enormous rainforest and spectacular views everywhere we looked, with the famous Piton’s being visible from the infinity pool and Boucan Restaurant – It’s simply breathtaking.
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I had a great day yesterday at the SWPP’s (Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers), Mini Convention held at ‘The Village Hotel’ in Cardiff.
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Another shameful act by our government. This time they’ve undermined photographers and their ability to make money from their own images.
The majority of web browsers strip the original data and information (Commonly known as IPTC and EXIF) from photographs posted on-line.
The passing of this new law, which gained Royal Accent last week, allows anyone to steal a photographers work and use it for commercial gain.
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Today I met up with Sunita and Dean again for a photo shoot at Fonmon Castle in the Vale of Glamorgan.
I originally photographed their lovely wedding back in September of 2012, on a beautiful Autumn day, with unusually warm weather and clear blue skies.
Due to the running order of the day being slightly delayed, we didn’t really have enough time to photograph all the portraits that we wanted as the light faded quickly, and we also wanted to capture some more of the interior of Fonmon without interrupting the guests on the wedding day.
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