Richard Harris Photography - Much Wenlock, Shropshire TF13 6NG

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Natural wedding photography from Shropshire with an artistic, documentative approach from Richard Harris Photography. Personality, atmosphere, light.

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Richard Harris Photography is located in the Much Wenlock area of Shropshire. There are at least 6 other listings in the TF13 postcode area.

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Richard Harris Photography
A dance with grandma! See what Rebecca & Robert said about me below: "We just wanted to send you our sincere thanks for all your hard work, patience, professionalism and personal attention you’ve shown during the months leading up to our wedding. I had nightmares of prolonged ‘photo-shoots’ that take up hours of the day where everyone gets very bored and hungry! Thank goodness we chose you to be our photographer – your discretion and efficiency in focusing on the ‘natural’ progression of the day(s) was so appreciated and we’re so excited to see the end results. We felt so relaxed knowing that you were creatively capturing our day and that we could focus our attention on our guests and on enjoying ourselves."
12/14/2017 5:00:00 PM
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Not all photographers take the same photos... if you feel like they do, then you definitely haven't found the right photographer *for you*. More of my work at: http://www.rharris-images.com
12/14/2017 11:45:00 AM
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Plan for Quality Time // Wedding Planning Tip #4 // Time doesn’t just appear on your wedding day (it actually goes very quickly)… you have to plan for it. Something I hear down the grapevines from other weddings, or through my client’s experiences at friend’s weddings, is the surprise at how little they actually get to see the newly married couple on the day. Their disappointment at the minimal quality time they actually get to spend with loved ones because the couple were darting around to different events or locations the whole day. Or because they were on on hour long photo shoots, or constantly being dragged away by the photographer for more photos. And I get what they mean. As your wedding day is there to celebrate a new beginning in your relationship, but where would you both be without the people who make up the history of your lives? Doesn’t it make sense that you’d want to spend as much quality time with them as possibly, sharing old stories… making new ones? I guess this is just where my clients see their weddings a bit differently to most people. They’d rather live the occasion and share it, than just run jump through hoops to get that same photo everyone else has. So if, like my clients, you’re putting your guests high on your list, make sure you leave enough time in the day to actually catch up with them. And that you’re not to be missing on a long list of wedding photos. You need to *design* the day to incorporate your guests in thoughtful and natural way, so that you can actually relax and spend time with them. This is where good planning and having a photographer who suits your vision is key. See my work at: http://www.rharris-images.com
12/14/2017 8:00:00 AM
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"Before I found you, I just saw the cringe-worthy, fake wedding photos that felt so over the top, repetitive and like they didn't have much to say about the people there or what really happened" Something I hear EVERY week. Not ALL photographers take the same photos: http://www.rharris-images.com
12/13/2017 4:20:19 PM
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Indecision means Inadequate // Wedding Planning Tip #3 // If you’re unsure of what to choose for your wedding, be it the perfect location, photographer, or caterer, you haven’t found the *right* location or person. That may sound staggeringly simple but let’s break this down for a moment. I spoke to someone planning their wedding yesterday who mentioned how she found it difficult doing her initial research into wedding venues because of her guests and family being so spread out across the world, and as so many venues just felt like a production line: impersonal and corporate. This lead her to consider alternatives and eventually an unorthodox location right by where she grew up – somewhere already routed in her personal family history. This is when the decision becomes so easy as it’s just inexplicably the only choice that feels right to you. Let’s compare this to trying to find the right photographer. You may feel like they all “look the same” and take “cringe worthy, over the top photos”. Or if you find yourself comparing a few photographers and not knowing which to pursue. This, without question, means you haven’t found the right person for you. You haven’t connected with the work as you should connect, and you need to broaden your horizon. You need to love what you find, not merely like it. See my work at: http://www.rharris-images.com
12/13/2017 4:16:16 PM
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When to Save the Date? // Wedding Planning Tip #2 // After all, most of your plans are going to revolve around the intimate celebration which is your wedding day, and spending quality time with the most important people in your life. It’s not like you just take a stab at your diary and say “they’ll do, now come gasp at my magnificence! (or at least my clients don’t). Sure, there are always limits to how many can fit inside a venue, and some tough decisions are needed, but when it comes down to it the your guests are really important to you. They make up some of the history of your lives and may have even introduced the two of you. So I find it a bit unusual that the throw away advice for “Saving the Date” mostly seems to involve a mathematical equation. Usually very definitively “exactly 6 months before and not a moment later” or “the Wednesday after the second full moon passes over the grassy knoll”. Thankfully it’s not that complicated or bizarre. The best choice for insuring your loved ones can make it to your celebration is simply letting them know as soon as possible. As soon as you have a date with your venue/registrar/location, in fact, is when you should be sending out a Save the Date. Just think about any engagement in your calendar, being able to commit to it is always easier when you’re told further in advance. So if you’re told about a particularly exciting and meaningful occasion on the horizon, for two really important people in your life, you’ll want to lock that down as soon as possible. That means, as long in advance as possible. It just makes life easier for everyone. See my work at: http://www.rharris-images.com
12/12/2017 4:56:53 PM
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Showing your appreciation of all the great people in your life - a life moment from a wedding day. More @ http://www.rharris-images.com
12/12/2017 4:37:34 PM
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Wedding Factory Awareness // Wedding Planning Tip #1 // This is where many of you may begin your wedding planning, by first trying to find the location that’s going to evocate the right atmosphere and mood for your celebrations. It’s not easy, but here’s one little tip that’ll save you a lot of time, hassle and money when doing your research: - Don’t let your venue dictate planning. Meaning, find a venue who’s management suits your specific desires. It’s easy to fall in love with picturesque location, but if you’re extremely limited in what you’re actually able to create for the occasion, you’re going to be left quite disappointed by a wedding factory experience. The most extreme example is the dreaded list of dedicated suppliers which you aren’t allowed to deviate from (or if you do, you’re made to pay excessively for this freedom of choice). But in a simpler way, it can just be about having a real conversation where you’re listened to and all the possibilities are discussed. As absolutely everything you had in mind may not always be possible for logical reasons, but if you’re dismissed off hand and led into the “factory mentality”, be very aware. This is why I feel a new perspective is particularly useful when you begin your research into venues and locations. Do the regular things like drawing up a list of desires and important questions to ask – but also approach it as if you’re interviewing your venue for the prospect of hosting your wedding. And that’s not to be taken in a pretentious way, just in the sense of knowing you’re getting into a relationship with a venue that will really be able to deliver on how you wish to experience your wedding day. See my work at: http://www.rharris-images.com
12/11/2017 4:00:00 PM
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12/1/2017 2:00:06 PM
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My clients don't want gimmickry and fake photos. Your wedding day is more than just a photo shoot or for following the latest trends. It's about spontaneity, the real connections and sharing your love with all the people in your life. About fully immersing yourself in your own life experience. #ThrowbackThursday #TBT Belle & Robert sharing a moment just after the final blessing. Still love this image. May 2013. More @ http://www.rharris-images.com
11/30/2017 4:35:35 PM

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