Taking a Sabbatical…

…from photographing weddings.

Dylan and I have recently decided that we will no longer be offering our services as Wedding Photographers from April 2013.  Whilst we thoroughly enjoy ourselves (and we hope our couples do too), we will now be concentrating on landscape photography.  We thank all our past couples who have allowed us to share their day, and look forward to our upcoming last season.   Unfortunately we will not be taking any more bookings for the 2012-2013 season.

We may return to Wedding Photography in the future, depending on how our family planning goes.  🙂

On a side note, we are in the process of planning some landscape photography workshops and tours, and possibly private tuition for groups/individuals, so watch this space!!



Posted on July 17, 2012, in How we.... Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. I am totally in if you guys start doing workshops!!! Please, please, please… 🙂

  2. A friend and I would also be interested in SA workshops if you decide to start running them.

  3. As a fellow landscape photographer, I can attest to how stressful weddings can be, and they are often not worth it when you factor in all the prep and post-processing. Give me the great outdoors any day (combined with a regular desk job 🙂

    • Gav, as much as we love the outdoors more than weddings, we’d love to have been able to continue doing it – there’s so much joy to share on the day – it’s just that the time commitment for the day and the following week post processing was becoming incompatible especially with plans to ‘expand’ the family hehe

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