Review of the year 2018

I can't believe it's time again to write a review of the year. 2018 has had it's ups and downs but I've really enjoyed working with the people I've met this year. New customers and returning customers. Here are some of the highlights.

The year started with a couple of snowy commissions. An extremely snowy wedding at Eshott Hall followed closely by a snowy wedding anniversary party. The snow had almost cleared for the 40th birthday that I then photographed.

Northumberland wedding photographer

Newcastle photographer 

Newcastle headshots photographer

2018 seemed to be the year of the headshots as well and I was thrilled to be asked by a returning customer to photograph two of her commercial events.

In July I decided to enter some photos into our regional Master Photographer Association awards for the first time in a long time. I was so pleased to gain two highly commendeds in the portraits category with the photos below.

North East photographer

Newcastle portrait photographer

I don't usually take my pro camera on family days out as it's a lot heavier than my D40 but I couldn't resist taking it to Wallington earlier this year to capture their carpet of crocuses. The autumnal shot was taken on one of the location headshot sessions I did in Morpeth. Stunning reflections.

As usual, I took plenty of photos on our holiday to Portugal back in May. We also had a sneaky week away during the summer to the Trossachs in Scotland. I tried to only capture really interesting and beautiful scenes as I have hundreds of photos taken on woodland walks!

Newcastle photographer

Lisbon

Magoito beach

Scotland

A thoroughly enjoyable photographic year, and I can't wait to see what 2019 brings!

Comments

So lovely! You do wonderful work, and I love the subjects! I now have TWO favorite photographers...you and my brother Gary. If you'd like to see some of his work, here's a link: https://500px.com/gminish If you ever get to travel as far as Alaska, I know you'd have a GREAT time capturing the scenery!

Thank you Linda. I did have a look at Gary's photos when you posted a link on a YouTube video. They are amazing and the scenery is fabulous!

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