Monthly Archives: January 2017

Let me introduce you to the blog circle of wonderful women I’ll be linking up with this year. I took a trip to Venice with some of these talented girls in the autumn; there are still more who I’ve only met online. We live in different parts of the UK, Europe and worldwide (hence the ‘Ineffable…

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  • Anna - What a lovely post with beautiful photos. It’s like I am there with you. I agree about the bottle. I’m the same with packaging. Love the details.ReplyCancel

  • Rachel - Oh my goodness your spiderweb in the freezing fog!!!! Also loved the black and white path! I loved them all, but those two jumped out at me 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Ana - After a few too many encounters with fog this winter, you have inspired me to make an effort to find the beauty in it from now on. Cake, gin, mist, a high street, a birthday boy, art and music all in one post makes for a fantastic read. I thoroughly enjoyed a peep into your life and so happy to see that you are feeling better.ReplyCancel

  • Anne - The spider’s web is like a lace doily, and the Chapel is absolutely BREATHTAKING ! Thank you so much for sharing this beauty. <3ReplyCancel

  • Vicki - There are definitely no right or wrong answers to this, I love your take on Luminescence! The chapel pictures are beautiful and I love the shot through the organza and, of course, the spiderweb. Gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca Spencer - Ah the colour and light, moments and movement – you really have captured it all. I always adore your photos and it is lovely to see this blog circle giving you a chance to show off those beautiful photos you take of your family life. It was a real pleasure to glance a little into your world, can’t wait until next month! xReplyCancel

Welcome to Part 1 of my guide to assist you with choosing a wedding photographer – I’m going to try to help you navigate your way through what must seem quite overwhelming to begin with! For the majority of people, when they start planning their wedding it will be their first experience of having to…

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I first met Hazel and Simon near the beginning of last year as they planned their wedding at Clock Barn Hall Godalming. They had fantastic ideas for an autumn celebration and had really thought through what they wanted out of their wedding photography. As usual on the wedding day, there was a bit of rain-dodging when…

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This was my first visit to the New Forest Weddings in the Wood venue on Minstead Manor Estate near Lyndhurst, where Peter and Sarah opted to have their marriage ceremony. Belonging to a church that meets in a school hall rather than having a building of its own, they wanted to find somewhere suitably outdoors-y and epic to gather…

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I’ve decided not to post a round-up of my business photography from last year because, if you follow me on Instagram or Facebook or on here, you would have had a flavour of a good deal already. I did realise, though, that I hadn’t shared any of my personal photos in the way that I had…

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  • Aga Tomaszek - What a brilliant idea and a wonderful set of photographs! A life outside weddings because yes there definitely is one! 😉 I truly wish I had a fraction of family photographs that you do, so very precious! xxxReplyCancel

  • Juliet Mckee - These are absolutely glorious Julie, so rich and full of life. You have such an amazing gift not just for capturing people, but for seeing the beauty in the world around you too.ReplyCancel

  • Charlotte Razzell - Wow wow wow!!! I love this post! Such gorgeous images!ReplyCancel

  • Hanna - Please can you adopt me! I wanna come climb mountains and goof about! What a beautiful family you have xxReplyCancel

  • Annamarie Stepney - Wow – I love this Julie…so much love and happy 🙂 Gorgeous…what a lucky family you have documenting their story in such a way. Beautiful. May 2017 be equally as special for you all too xReplyCancel

  • Angela Ward-Brown - These are beautiful Julie, ack, you have put me to shame. I must bring my camera to family things more, even if my kids hate it. These are beautiful & I loved looking through them.ReplyCancel

  • Jordanna Marston - I really enjoyed your very detailed wide shots, Julie and your street style shots that you have taken whilst travelling. They are really special and deserve to be framed. Your family work is really lovely too.

    You are a truly lovely lady and I wish you every success in 2017 xReplyCancel

  • Carrie Crouch - These photos inspire me to take more decent photos of my family! Love them!ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Swann - Julie, your breathtaking landscape shots have totally inspired me! You’ve also highlighted the importance of taking the camera out to photograph family and friends, something I have totally stopped doing but will make it a resolution for 2017!!! Beautiful heartfelt images x xReplyCancel

  • Karen Flower - What an enriched, interesting year you’ve had. These images are gorgeous Julie and make me want to get outdoors more and certainly make bigger plans for 2017. Have another wonderful year ahead – you deserve it xxxReplyCancel

  • Kirsten Mavric - These are really lovely, Julie. Very delicate and clear and distinctive xReplyCancel

  • Sarah - What a great idea Julie, each one of these images are great, I feel like I know you a bit better now! I love that you went in your own creative direction, it works so wellReplyCancel

  • Maria Hooper - O Julie, these are just so wonderful. What an utterly gorgeous family you have. You’ve inspired me to take more photos of mine, why can’t I seem to do it?! These are so precious xxReplyCancel

  • Helen Lisk - Oh Julie, these are wonderful! It’s so refreshing to see a post full of personal photos, I loved looking through it. And such beautiful images 🙂 xxxReplyCancel

  • Camilla Parry - Lovely lovely lovely! How nice to see a round up which includes personal photos, looks like you have had a great year 🙂 Lots of love xReplyCancel

Morning and Happy New Year / Bonne année / ¡feliz Año Nuevo! I am looking forward to editing my way through the several hundred photos of this utterly beautiful Oxfordshire wedding from the weekend. New Yorker Cassie married her English gentleman Phil in a gorgeous, warm-hearted celebration at Kirtlington Park near Woodstock. Freezing fog and…

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  • Nathalie - Buttercup Bus - Wow – that staircase picture is amazing and I also love the last picture of Cassie and Phil.
    It sounds like it was a romantic setting and you came up trumps despite all the fog (and cold weather). The venue is such a gorgeous setting!ReplyCancel

  • Yolande De Vries - Wedding Photographer - Such a gorgeous bride! And a lovely selection of photos!ReplyCancel

  • Karen Cinnamon - Stunning portraits and a stunning venue! Have you shot any Jewish or Jew-ish!) weddings at all? If so please do submit to me – I would be so delighted to lovingly blog a wedding of yours on my blog! Hopefully we can make that happen in 2017 🙂ReplyCancel

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