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Yearly Archives: 2011

Wedding photography prices 2012

Wedding Photography Prices & Packages Peterborough photography, have revised the complete range of wedding photography packages and created a new way to display the costs for your wedding photography. We have used a half day package and a full day package that will cover 90% of all weddings, if your require longer please contact us […]

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Best wedding venues Burghley House Lincolnshire

One of my favorite wedding venues in my area is the lovely Burghley house located in Stamford Lincolnshire. I have been very lucky this year to have photographed two weddings and several events. Also I have three weddings booked for 2012, one will be located at the lovely summer house and the others will be […]

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Reportage Wedding Photography Peterborough

  Reportage photography is a style that captures natural images, using natural light if possible. With very little staging the wedding photographs will be far more natural and will reflect the day, almost telling a story. If you’re looking for an artistic creative photographer please call Peterborough Photography on 01778 348967.

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Haycock Hotel Wansford – Matt & Charlene’s wedding

Matt & Charlene’s wedding was held  at The  Haycock Hotel, Wansford. The wedding party looked stunning and I had a fantastic day taking photos on this very cold Novembers day. This historic 17th Century coaching inn is set in idyllic surroundings with river frontage and is a great location for weddings.  The Haycock hotel is […]

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Wedding Photographers In Peterborough

Peterborough photography are offering some fantastic fixed prices on wedding photography packages for 2012. If you want a modern quality reportage wedding photography please call us on 01778 348967. Alice Ticehurst near Stamford Miles and Laura Market Deeping, Lincolnshire For more information on prices, availability please email us or call Peterborough photography to book your […]

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