How would fancy walking from Torre Abbey in Torquay, to Haytor on Dartmoor, and then back again? No, not me either 🙂
A massive congratulations to the team 34-12, who walked 34 miles in 12 hours for Bullies Out, an anti-bullying charity.
As someone who was bullied all through school, I was really happy to help by capturing the day with my cameras. At the time of writing, you can still donate to them via this link.
Here are some highlights of the day…
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Cockington Court in Torquay, Devon, it a lovely location for a wedding. Last year a more intimate wedding venue opened up, called ‘The HayLoft‘. Situated by the glass blowing shop, this venue is absolutely ideal for those smaller weddings.
Don’t let the photos you see online fool you. The Hayloft is well lit, with two roof windows, lights and the old hay doors. It is perfect with weddings with less than 30 people.
The evening reception was held at the Thatched Tavern, in Maidencombe, Torquay. A lovely place, with lovely staff and everyone had a great time.
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It was the perfect warm May day for a ceremony in Greenwich, London. The venue for the ceremony was the Church of our Layde Star of the Sea in Greenwich, with the reception being held at the Tudor barn Eltham, London.
With over one hundred guests this was a busy wedding with lots of emotions and joy. The church requested that I didn’t use any flash and I was to keep my distance, which I was happy to do. My telephoto lens made sure I was never too far away from anything that needed capturing.
The reception was amazing. The Tudor Barn looked amazing and the staff were incredible. The flowers by http://rachelmorganweddingflowers.co.uk/ were also of an incredibly high standard. I highly recommend them!
I was very excited to be a wedding photographer at a gay wedding. I loved every minute of it, what an amazing day it was. We instantly connected so those candid photos just kept on flowing all through the day.
I really do want to congratulate Sharon and Louise and their wedding at Froginwell Vineyard in Exeter, Devon on the 4th May 2019. It was a complete success!
We covered from ceremony to first dance. The weather was clear and mostly warm. The staff at Froginwell were fantastic to everyone, including me, so thank you Froginwell staff! The travel from Paignton to Exeter was really easy and we arrived nice and early which always enables us to capture the detail shots before everyone else starts to arrive.
The weather was so nice the ceremony was held outside. With the vineyard behind, the setting was lovely.
The entertainment outside was performed by the wonderful Liberty Sisters who performed brilliantly all afternoon.
Here is a small selection of images from the wedding day. For better quality images please see my facebook wedding post.
If you are looking for a warm, friendly wedding photographer, who would love to photograph your gay wedding, please contact me.
For two days this week, I went to South Devon College to shoot the amazing results of the makeup students work on models for their exams. The models sat for up to 5-6 hours having their makeup and costumes put on and fitted. The models were all amazing and I’d like to say a big well done to them as well!
Day one was difficult because I was limited to one room with bad lighting. Day two I could choose a better location so the results were much better! As you can see, I was also photographed by Megan so thanks Megan 😀
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For more photos from this year (and the enlarged versions) please visit my 2019 Photography Facebook Album or my website photography portfolio gallery.
I can’t think of anything more difficult to photograph than a fire juggler. The scene is pitch black, with quick bursts of very bright light from the flames. Trying to photograph the person, the flames and the ambience is incredibly difficult. This time I used a mix of flash and a beach bonfire to get these results…
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See all the photos from this event at: https://www.facebook.com/pg/SimonDayPhotography/photos/?tab=album&album_id=560677054424264
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