North Wales Wedding Photographer: How much editing will I do on your wedding photos?

One of the most common questions I get is ‘Can you photoshop…. x,y or z?’

And the answer is yes, most of the time, but that’s not to say I would.

In fact, I do very little retouching unless my client specifically asks for it; I prefer to make people good ‘in camera’.

Everyone has an angle, a side, or features that look better than others, and it’s much easier and preferable to use lighting and camera angles to make you look your best.

Having said that, although I may not do a great deal of retouching, I’ll often do things like change the exposure or colours of a photograph, or even removed unwanted elements from a picture.

The image below gives an example. This sort of thing can take quite a bit of work, but I include it in the price of all my wedding packages.

North Wales Wedding Photographer - Beaufort Park, New Brighton

I liked this location at Beaufort Park because the slope meant we could really show-off Hayley’s dress.

The foliage and tree branch also make for a nice compostion.

My umbrella, the power cables and the fence weren’t so great, so removing them was the first step.

I could have made Hayley climb over the fence so those things wouldn’t be a problem, but I’d already made her do that on the pre-wedding shoot and I didn’t think she’d be too impressed if I asked her to do it again in her wedding dress!

The next thing I did was make Hayley and her dress lighter and the scene a bit darker, to make her stand out more.

Finally, I added blue to the image and removed a bit of green, … looks better, doesn’t it?

Apologies to Hayley for making her stand on a slop in her  wedding shoes x

North Wales Wedding Photographer: Seiont Manor Wedding Fayre

We had a great time at the Seiont Manor Wedding Fayre today, met loads of nice couples and other wedding vendors.

Here are links to the ones I chatted to:

Dylan Cernyw – harpist –

Gav’s disco –

Asparas designs – bouquets, buttonholes, lovebird cake toppers, corsages, chair covers, sashes, table centres, gifts,  –

Snowdon Classic Carriages

Cardiau Ellen’s Cards

Lee Price Productions wedding videographer –

Julia Nicholls Creative Hair –

Trefor Jones Mens & Boys Wear –

Jane Rose Cakes –

Lloyds Formal Hire –


If you missed this week, we will be at the Anglesey Arms Wedding Fayre next Sunday (March 3rd).

North Wales wedding photographer: Newborough 1930s photo shoot – Anglesey

Had lots of fun doing a 1930s style photo shoot on Sunday.

Thanks to my models Abi Low & Lyndon Marshall, and to Alex Plows and Tam Tomkins for wardrobe and styling.

Please find them at and

We started with this painting called the singing Butler by Jack Vettrianno, which we used as a reference image for the kind of look we wanted to go for:


We then took all our gear, costumes and props – including a bottle of wine – down to Newborough beach on Anglesey and made the most of the nice weather we’re having.

It was loads of fun, and here are the images…

North Wales wedding photographer - 1930s Newborough, Anglesey

North Wales wedding photographer - 1930s Newborough, Anglesey

North Wales wedding photographer - 1930s Newborough, Anglesey

North Wales wedding photographer - 1930s Newborough, Anglesey


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