Recent Posts

  • Moving websites

    Just a short note to explain why this website is a bit slim on content at the moment. I am currently moving from my old website https://www.zenfolio.com/croshawphotography to this website. I am trying to copy over the content and generate new content as quickly as possible but obviously this will take some time.

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  • Family Photoshoot with Gareth and Natalie

    In addition to wedding photography I also do family shoots when people ask me to!  It’s something I’ve done for my own family and friends and it supplements the wedding photography quite nicely, so you will see more of this from me next year.  I’d arranged to meet up with Gareth and Natalie again, with […]

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  • Always nice to be published!

    I had some photos from Emma and Jerry’s wedding published in Bride this week. https://www.bridemagazine.co.uk/articles/a-bright-sunflower-themed-summer-wedding-in-berkshire?fbclid=IwAR21JCRRrGPZu1NI2y29qCH9XgwOHqr0TmoKtmJlsX7RSehz5svDEnGz8eM It’s nice to get published, but it’s not something I aim for. I know a lot of photographers enter competitions and try and get into magazines all the time. I don’t, mainly because I’m too lazy ( apart from on […]

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  • Engagement at South Hill Park

    I don’t do a lot of engagement shoots for some reason, then when I do happen to shoot one, I really enjoy it and think to myself, “I should do more of these!”.  This was quite a special one however, with a really interesting back story, so bear with me!  I’ve known Debi for years […]

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  • Wedding Photography | A Sense of Fun

    Weddings are serious affairs, but also often hilariously funny ones. As a wedding photography a sense of empathy is one of my core strengths. I need to be able to spot the fun bits and take part. I also need to know when to stop shooting and when to actually leave the room or merge […]

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  • Wedding Photography is not copy and paste

    Every wedding is different… And therefore every wedding requires a different approach and 100% of my care and attention. I can’t just rock up to the venue and do what I did last week. While most weddings do follow a vaguely similar timeline in the UK, there are a large number of other things that […]

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  • Documenting Weddings – Second shooters

    Do you need a second photographer? When you book me to photograph your wedding there is one quite important decision to make. Do you book a second shooter? A second shooter is a photographer there to assist the main photographer. This could be just carrying stuff, holding lights or taking pictures. Below I will outline […]

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  • What is Documentary Wedding Photography?

    Documentary vs Posed I get asked this a fair bit by clients so I thought a blog post was in order!  I think of myself as a reportage/documentary photographer, but what does this actually mean?  Traditional wedding photography was basically a collection of group shots and then some staged shots with the happy couple.  This […]

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  • Some wild dance moves at Antsy Hall

    A Day in the life of a wedding photographer

    I thought this might be interesting for aspiring wedding photographers, and for my clients, to see what goes into a typical wedding. I’ll put in rough timings but of course the timings of a wedding vary wildly so these are just typically average times. 8-10PM the day before. The day actually starts the night before.  […]

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    4 great Coventry Wedding Venues

    Dunchurch Park Hotel I’ve been invited to photograph a number of weddings in the Coventry area so I thought I’d pick out three of my favourite venues for this blog post and explain why I like them so much..  The first venue is Dunchurch Park Hotel near Rugby, which is where I photographed Natalie and […]

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