Finding the perfect wedding photographer is an important part of every couple’s journey. Once you’ve decided to tie a knot, it’s time to start preparing for the big day. The four most important things are your location, your guest list, your wedding party, and last but not least – your #wedding#photographer.
Hiring an amateur photographer might save you a lot of money, but you have to ask yourself if this is really the best option. Hiring a professional means they have many years of experience and know-how to deal with all sorts of situations – most likely better than anyone that’s never done it before. So it’s not always about picking the cheapest photographers in your area. Visit us at :- https://www.worldweddingguide.com/find-the-best-wedding-photographer/
Following my review of the Sony A7R2 I’ve decided to do a 5D mark IV review. First of all I’m a professional wedding photographer and I use my cameras at least 1-3 times a week. Often for 10-12 hours a day and in quite challenging conditions. They get thrown about, knocked, and occasionally dropped (whoops!) I hope this review of the 5D MKIV gives you a little insight in to the camera, what it can do, what it can’t do and whether it suits your needs. I won’t be covering anything scientific. No test charts, graphs or sensor tests. There are plenty of other great resources for those topics.
Heading in to the summer of 2021 I had a great countryside #pre#wedding#shoot with Anisha & Ravi. They had planned to go to Turkey for a hot air balloon shoot. You know. The one where loads of balloons all take off at once and it looks incredible?! A bit like a postcard? Well, due to a few travel restrictions they ended up meeting me one cloudy afternoon in the #Cotswolds. They were a super nice couple and the pleasure was all mine. Despite the cloudy start things changed up and we were treated to an amazing sunset. We visited a few different spots around the countryside and chanced upon some amazing fields filled with yellow flowers and corn. visit us at: https://albertpalmerphotography.com/pre-wedding-photography-uk/