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Cosmic Photography Telford Wedding Photography Telford Shropshire & Beyond Discover the Secret to Beautiful Wedding Photography What Do You Want? Beautiful photographs of course An experienced, fully insured, qualified, friendly photographer? A relaxed style of photography? Wide choice of products? Not be limited to a set package?. Are You Staging a Special Event? Would you like the added glitz of having a professional event photographer on hand to take photographs of your guests?

Prom Photography Are You Having a School Prom or Leavers Ball? Prom Photography with Print Prices Starting From Only 5 & No Up Front Fees!* Would you like a professional prom photographer taking prom photos at your school prom? For FREE? Cosmic Prom Photography have a network of local prom photographers. Dog Portraits The field of pet photography is very specialised, not from a photographic point of view, but because of the type of person needed to make things work.

An endless supply of patience and a love of animals are a minimum requirement, but more importantly trust on the part of the subject.
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read more › Cosmic Photography is based in Telford, Shropshire, just a short walk from Blists Hill, the Victorian town which is part of the Ironbridge World Heritage Site, and just a short drive from the Iron bridge itself. Owned and managed by Paul Spiers, Cosmic Photography is primarily a wedding photography studio which covers the counties of Shropshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands, Staffordshire, Worcestershire and Wales; although I have traveledmuch further afield in my work. I am a qualified member of the NPS (National Photographic Society) and the FSB (federation of small businesses).

read more › We just wanted to say thank you for everything on Saturday it was a joy having our photo's done by you. We love the pictures, you captured us. I hope we didn't cause you any problems. YOU were fabulous! Thank you for your fine direction and patience with all of us all" "You certainly have an excellent demeanour and a gift for making the subjects of your photography feel very comfortable with the camera." We received the photographs yesterday, and viewed late last night with Stephen's parents.

read more › The field of pet photography is very specialised, not from a photographic point of view, but because of the type of person needed to make things work. An endless supply of patience and a love of animals are a minimum requirement, but more importantly trust on the part of the subject. Cats and dogs just seem to know who to trust, so the dog liking the photographer may have more impact on the final images than anything else. Taking a dog away from its home and bringing it to a strange environment such as a photography studio is not conducive for a beautiful pet portrait.

read more › Cosmic Prom Photography have a network of local prom photographers covering all areas of England and Wales, so no matter where you are having your school prom, we have a local prom photographer near you. You'll get a fully equipped digital photography studio set up at your prom venue at no cost to you. Your C.R.B. checked prom photographer will be there taking photographs during the evening that can be viewed and printed while you wait. Our bespoke viewing stations come complete with built in photo editing software.

read more › Your wedding day should be a magical experience, it should be the fairytale you have been dreaming of and hoping for, and it can be if you get things right in the planning stages. There are many aspects to a wedding day; the brides dress, the guys suits, the cake, the flowers, the cars and the photographs to name but a few. And every couple has their own set of priorities. If you've always dreamed of a fairytale horse and carriage arrival, then you know this will cost a little more than booking a taxi.

read more › Here you can view and purchase photos from previous events. You can choose to either buy prints or purchase a digital download and print them yourself. If you wish to purchase a photograph from an event that is no longer listed, please use the contact form to get in touch with us. We try to get the photographs from your event available to view within 24 hours, but at peak periods it may take a little longer.

read more › When booking your photographer, always make sure to get everything in writing. A written agreement or contract with your photographer, itemizing all of the important details will protect you and prevent the potential for misunderstandings. It should be signed and dated by both you and the photographer, and you should each retain a copy. It should list all fees, taxes, and any extra charges, as well as what the photographer is to provide (number of hours of coverage, number of proofs, number of photos in the package, sizes of photos, etc.)

read more › The photographer you choose to capture the moments of your wedding in pictures will play a highly significant role in what is likely to be the single most important day of your life. Long after the band stops playing, the guests have gone home, the flowers have wilted, and all is said and done, all that will remain are memories and photographs. With this in mind you'll want to take great care in selecting a photographer. Many couples underestimate the importance of carefully selecting a good photographer, buying based on price alone, believing that one photographer is the same as the next.

read more › Wondering how to style your wedding; then look to your date for inspiration. Every season brings to mind it's own image of colours and styles. Using the flavour of your chosen season can create a striking and memorable theme for you wedding day. Spring is a wonderful time of year to get married, the world is waking up again after its long winter sleep and everything feels fresh and new. The gardens are brimming with beautiful blooms and the trees are filled with romantic blossoms. Subtle pastel shades create a fresh spring look; so choose a style of dress for your bridesmaids but have each one in a different pastel colour.

read more › They may have been taking photographs for years, and they probably have some lovely sunsets and pictures of the fox that comes in their garden late at night. But photographing a wedding is like no other photography job. There are many great commercial and press photographers that would never consider taking a wedding booking. You only get one chance to get it right. There are lots of people about watching your every move. You need to be able to handle those people & get great expressions from them.

read more › Whether it's a traditional, formal or off-the-beaten-track wedding, you're putting the whole event together yourself by planning its every phase. These days, with so much available on the Internet, it's easy! All you need is some time and a clear idea of the feeling you want to get across. Start with a theme and you'll have a coherent image you can use throughout the entire wedding. You may be surprised, in fact, how potent just a word or concept can be, once applied as your marriage theme. Love angels, for example?

read more › When planning your wedding, leave sufficient time to consider the invitations. The look of them, the wording of them, the intent behind their presentation, all send a message to the recipients and set the tone for the wedding itself. There is nothing inherently right or wrong about a formal versus a casual approach to your wedding invitations. That decision simply depends on the scale of the event. There are situations when it would be appropriate to include the invitation to the wedding reception with the wedding invitation.

read more › This should be a straightforward decision, but if you run into a snag on this point, don't worry; you can work it out. It'll just be the first of many compromises! If you want a church wedding, make an appointment to talk to the church representative that handles such things and go from there. Weddings cost money. It's one of a handful of life-changing events, and an investment to make it everything you ever wanted it to be is appropriate. Make your list of "must-haves", such as wedding gown, invitations, flowers, rings and reception.

read more › The union of two lovers has understandably been steeped in tradition for centuries. Over time, some wonderful and interesting customs have sprung up around this important rite of passage. One of the nicest may be the tradition of the bride's gathering "something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue." These four items each represent a special symbol, and the very act of carrying on this tradition provides a real connection with past and future brides and the people close to them at the time of the wedding.

read more › Something like that doesn't just happen. You have to dedicate time, effort and energy to create the perfect wedding. You can do it, but make sure you give yourselves enough time, and money, to create the most memorable, beautiful, perfect wedding for each of you. After all, the memory will last a lifetime! A year is the usual amount of time recommended to accomplish this. The budget is whatever you two decide upon, remembering that you do have a year to put aside money from time to time. If you haven't got a theme yet for your wedding, you may want to fix on one at this point.

read more › Are you trying to decide whether to hire a professional wedding planner or do it yourself? Take a look at this rudimentary collection of chores and details to be attended to in order to pull off a successful wedding. You'll probably want to run, not walk, to find the nearest professional wedding planner or consultant. There's the church wedding, and all it entails, from providing your baptism certificate to choosing between confetti and biodegradable rice. Then there are such items as who sits where, ushers, bridesmaids, best men, flower girls, music, wardrobe, hairstyles, flowers, and rings.

read more › The engagement ring is a symbol of a promise. The promise is the intention to marry. Such "promise" or "betrothal" rings have probably been around since the 4th century, but their style and has changed dramatically, even if the meaning and tradition remains unchanged. It began with the Roman Empire. Those betrothed wore an iron ring in private and adorned a more elaborate gold ring during public appearances. The traditional diamond engagement ring didn't come into play until about the 18th Century.

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