I have to admit Flora and Fred’s Tipi wedding sent a wave of nerves through my body when I arrived at their beautiful parents home and entered a Wedding Tipi for the fist time! No natural light, tungsten spots lights, fairy lights and huge diagonal structural poles from every angle……eeeeek, but as I explored the Tipi more and took in the fantastic flowers and table directions it began to warm on me, and the nerves turned to a wave of excitement and challenge.  With some clever little lighting tricks the Tipi exploded with vibrance, colour and creativity.  I loved it and was constantly excited to see how each shot looked on the camera. Every angle gave me a new dynamic shot, and the lighting was an array of colours and transformed the poles and canvas into amazing features.

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As a bride I personally felt more comfortable in the presence of a female photographer and when we met Alice at a wedding fair, she was far less showy than other photographers and took the time to get to know us. I respected her work and found her price to be more competitive than some of the other photographers we looked at. She also seemed very enthusiastic about her career and genuinely excited to be photographing our wedding. She even sent us a Christmas card in the run up which was a really nice touch!

 
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