Hi it is Friday morning and the weather outside is dull, overcast and unusually mild, the forecast is for sunny weather. The reason I am obssessing about the weather is because we have three weddings over the weekend two Saturday and one Sunday. The two weddings on Saturday are both late in the day so unless we have a bright day there could be light issues. Unfortunately our eyes are far better at seeing in low light than a camera is and the light may seem fine to the naked eye but to the camera it ‘s dark, still the weather forecast is for sunshine so hopefully all will be well. Nicky & Sheldon (my wedding) are getting married at 4pm plus they are having a horse & carriage so the weather needs to be kind to them. Anyway enough about the weather we will have to take whatever we are given.
Yesterday I finished off Jason & Andrea’s proof album so it was ready for them to collect. Jason & Andrea were married on the 23rd September at the Botleigh Grange Hotel. I really like doing weddings there as the grounds are perfect for summer weddings. Jason& Andrea had a wonderful day the weather was on its best behavior (last reference to the weather I promise) I am very pleased with the photographs and I am sure they will be too. If you would like to see the complete set of photos go to the client zone area of our website and in the online albums enter “couper” in the drop down box.
Congratulations to Jason & Andrea.
What a glorious day it turned out to be today I have just returned from a game of golf at East Horton Golf Centre We were out there in polo shirts I am sure I got a bit of a tan. Lets hope for more of the same over the week-end. I am waiting for the lab to deliver the prints ordered this morning for Alison and Ian’s album. As soon as I can figure out how to put a link into the text on this blog I will link to a slide show of some of the albums we produce. I would normally ask my friend (the computer wizard) Rod but he has gone on holiday for a couple of weeks so unless I can figure it out you will just have to wait sorry.
Got to go now. See you soon.