Well, firstly a belated Happy New Year to all of you. I hope you had a fantastic time at Christmas and New Year and are now sufficiently full of Turkey / Nut Roast / Sprouts (*insert festive fodder here as appropriate!).I had a great time with family and friends, and am now hastily making my New Years resolutions (few of which ever survive for long). This Christmas was especially special, as it was my daughter’s very first Christmas
Christmas and New Year were a busy time for me as it happens. Once more, I was undertaking commercial photography for Galaxy Optical in Cheshire. I don’t think I have ever seen so many pairs of spectacles in my life (in fact, for someone who does not wear spectacles, I now know an awful lot about them).
The year ahead looks promising with 13 wedding bookings already for this year! If you or a member of your family are getting wed this year, why not ask them to phone me for a chat. When it comes to wedding photography, I don’t believe in making clients choose between “packages”…. each wedding is customised to clients requirements, be it wedding photography on disk to full blown luxury Italian wedding albums such as Graphistudio.
My commercial photography client list continues to grow, too. New clients include schools, Egan Reid, a Fire Suppressant company, hampers, and even bakeries (so it’s not all specs, specs, specs!)
I’m also getting an increased number of bookings for Birthdays and special occasions such as Christening Photography, which is fantastic.
I wanted to join a number of my peers in producing an “image a day” as part of a photographic experiment, but realistically I have been far to busy, so I am going to endeavour to put at least one image a WEEK onto this blog. Much more realistic for me, so keep your eyes peeled, dear reader!
Right, I shall sign off now and get back to work. I wish you all the best for the year ahead!