So it’s been an interesting few weeks, been keeping myself busy with plenty of work.
I’ve had some great bookings for weddings too, one for February next year, nothing special there I know but with the weather we’ve had this year it could very well be a white wedding, which would be awesome providing everyone(especially the Bride & Groom) can get there.
Booked my first for 2020 too, which is great, nothing like being prepared and with my first of this year coming at the start of next month it’s exciting times.
I’m still amazed that I shoot weddings and love it so much, was never meant to happen but that’s the joy of the job, it’s what keeps it fresh trying new things and taking chances.
I also happened last week when I got to shoot for the guys at Circus of Horrors (shots in this blog).
The guys were fantastic and looked after me really well, it was so nice to get a yes when I asked to shoot, anyone who’s read my blogs before will know that I’m no stranger to rejection, especially with shows namely the ballet(still desperate to shoot one), so getting a “yeah, of course you can” from an out of the blue email was music to my ears.
Hopefully more will follow but I’m nothing is given so more emails are due to be sent and I must remember to not hold my breath just in case it’s a while away!
Just a short one this time so thanks for reading as always.

http://www.circusofhorrors.co.uk

Cheers
Woody

I generally tend to write the blog on a Thursday evening, it’s not a rule it’s just something that has developed that way. I feel though that I’m maybe lacking a little content and size to my posts, so this week I’m trying something a little different. Let’s see how this goes.

I’ve been given a new camera too, it’s my first Olympus, looking forward to cleaning this one up, hopefully there’s a film in there to get developed, Kodak film is fire resistant…… Right?

I’m starting this post on the Friday morning just after I posted the last piece, I’m going to take the week and aim for another Thursday pm release, I’ll just write when the mood takes me or there is something I feel I need to say, I really hope this isn’t too much of a ramble but I guess there’s only one way to find out.

I’ve been busy of late and haven’t updated the site in a while, there has been weddings and a fair chunk of portrait work recently and it all needs to get represented on here. I know it’s just housekeeping but it needs to be done, I must not get too behind.

I try to keep the blog flowing and keep that fresh I just need to do the same with my content, besides brides will get upset if they can’t show off their dresses on line, I hope they do anyway, now the tech is there use it people!

Even after that little moan at myself for getting behind, I’m making even more of a rod for my own back this weekend, I’m shooting football on Sunday morning which is a real break from the norm for me, as its normally only contact sports I like to shoot and I know next to nothing about football which will add to the challenge as not knowing where the play is heading will be hard, but I’m told footballs not that tricky so I’m not too worried! Also a change is as good as a rest, I guess.

Later on in the afternoon I have to shoot a portrait session for an awesome family. Number one son has just passed out with the Army and they would like some photographs to remember the occasion, perfectly understandable. Family in there best bib & tucker with him in his number ones, should be a great shoot, hopefully.

Everything as it turns out was great with both shoots on Sunday, the footie shots are up at http://www.facebook.com/rainywoodphoto already and i’ve now got to start work on the portraits too, before next weekend when there’s another family to shoot.

Meanwhile I’m just sorting the shots for Ipswich Swimming Club ready to goto the printers as well as my shots for the “Pics in the Pub” exhibition!

I’m looking forward to mass reactions from both jobs, fingers crossed the reactions will be positive!

I’ve seen a couple of phone photos that the printers have sent me of my “Pics in the Pub” canvases, for want of a better description they are awesome!

I’ve since picked them up, just goto hang them Sunday morning, it’s all very scary! Equally I can’t wait, I hope to see you there!

Cheers Woody