Ingolstadt

Our family went on it’s travels this past weekend to Ingolstadt for my brothers wedding. It’s a beautiful space a great place to take the children, who loved it and also broke Jo and me. In all honestly I’m putting some of the images out there because I’ve wanted to travel more with photography for a while now, so this is us making a start. It wasn’t that easiest to take the images that I wanted with the children in towe, but then on reflection I’ve learnt that I just need to make more time for it. #everydayisalearningday

I’m now going to search the internet for travel photographers that I can connect with, if you have some favourites then send them our way.

Choosing your best life

Choosing your best life

I’ve been reading a lot lately, partly a decision made for me as we’ve completely gone off the grid since we moved but what ever the reason, picking up a book seemed like the best form of quiet entertainment.

You see, we didn’t count on being completely off the grid when we moved, more - let’s move further out into the countryside where the signal is poor and we can live a quieter, calmer life. (but with access to 4G, signal and on the following Wednesday - Wi-Fi) 6 days seemed enough ‘quiet’ time to get used to our surrounding and really settle ourselves in.

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Telling a brand story - MOSS

Telling a brand story - MOSS

Whenever we are asked to take photographs for a brand, for us, it always starts with their own story.

Moments of sense and style had a very clear beginning, perhaps one of the most compelling stories I’ve heard in awhile. We couldn’t help but be drawn to Syreeta and Rob’s passion and determination to make something huge that happened in their lives which was life changing and challenging in equal parts, into hope for others and a path they can work towards together in slow, careful movements.

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Photographing your real life, not just your internet worthy life.

Photographing your real life, not just your internet worthy life.

We talk a lot about taking more everyday kind of photographs. I think there’s lots of reasons that many of us don’t necessarily take those snapshot moments quite as much anymore. For us, we’ve mostly got a particular style of photograph in our minds and have recently recognised that most of our everyday things are often taken on i phones. I’m sure we’re not on our own here!

but what will this mean as we all grow older? Will we still keep those memories safe? or will they be locked away on memory cards and masses of uploaded but never seen again files?

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