Following a recent review of images that awarded ‘gold’ in the SWPP and BPPA monthly image competition, the following images have been upgraded
SWPP & BPPA Forum Wedding Competition Week5 results
1st Place – Yakirz
SWPP & BPPA member Tracey Millings Church Street Photography from Saffron Walden caught the judge’s eye in the June’s image competition.
Tracey wins a Fujifilm’s FinePix Z20fd
We thank Fuji for their kind sponsorship of this prize
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After three weeks of touring Europe with the SWPP & BPPA the Australian born wedding photographer Ryan Schemri’s trip draws to a successful close in Malta.
In many ways a fitting climax as Ryan’s roots are from Malta, with his renowned photographic father Martin being born there.
The tour has been a great success visiting – Norway, Denmark, Ireland, Scotland, England, Greece, Cyprus and Malta.
And as for Ryan – for a young man of just 25 years he has a wealth of experience and knowledge combined with a charming disposition and a raw passion for sharing with fellow photographers.
We hope to see him on tour again soon
The SWPP & BPPA seminar tour arrives safe and sound in Malta and kick of with a photo shoot for select group of Maltese photographers. Top Australian shooter Ryan Schembri who’s family originate from Malta demonstrates his techniques of lighting and posing.
The event is taking place at the plush Excelsior hotel in Valletta – day two will be a full day seminar with Ryan who will share is incredible talents and techniques with fellow photographers.
Seminar detais http://swpp.co.uk/seminars.htm
25th June Larnaca Cyprus – photographers and members of the SWPP & BPPA meet Australian ace wedding photographer Ryan Schembri at a full day seminar
Despite the heat of Cyprus Ryan cranked up the temperature in his power packed seminar.
Next and final stop on Ryan’s Euro tour will be Malta – 28th & 29th June
The highly successful SWPP & BPPA lecture tour continued in Thessaloniki with top Australian photographer Ryan Schembri The full day wedding photography seminar attracted record numbers of attendees for the 7th seminar in this high profile European tour.
The SWPP & BPPA lecture team now move on to Cyprus
We had great fun photographing Natasha and Mark’s wedding at St Bartholomew’s, Leicestershire. The Church, which dates back to the 10th Century, is in the village of Foston, which has been deserted for nearly 400 years. After taking photographs at the Church, we took some Bride & Groom shots at a nearby location which had superb trees and red brick walls to use as backdrops – here are a few favourite shots. If you would like to see more of our work and find out about our services, please visit: www.lwphoto.uk.com and/or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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My husband and I where shooting a wedding a couple of weeks ago in Surrey and the bride and groom had organised a coach to transport all of the guests from Woking to The Embankment in London where the reception was to be held on a riverboat on the Thames. Unfortunately the coach arrived and had been in an accident – so the every member of the wedding had to walk down to Woking station and pile onto the trains! It made for some interesting documentary style images.