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With lockdown eased, it was time to photograph engagement shoots, especially with this recent rare appearence of the sun! I love engagement shoots, it helps couples get to know me and my style of shooting, relaxed and fun! I’ve written a post about whether you should have your engagement shoot taken or not, it’s worth a read if you don’t know what it’s all about.

Location was left up to me, I just needed to choose a natural setting as requested, I love photographing at new places, and having never been to Southerndown before, it was the perfect opportunity!

So we took a walk around the cliffs to get into the swing of things, as Chloe and Connner never had professional photographs taken of them before, but it didn’t take them long to get relaxed in front of the camera, especially with the crowds of people around us!

As the sun was setting, we headed down to the bottom whilst getting photobombed by someone and onto the rocks to get some amzing sunset photos!

Photography First

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CREATIVE | MODERN | ELEGANT South Wales Wedding Photographer2019 - LTG Awards Photographer of the Year - WINNERCREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR 2019 - Finalist at the Welsh Wedding Photography Awards.2018 - Welsh National Awards - FINALIST2018 PHOTOGAPHER OF THE YEAR FINALIST in Carmarhtnshire Region with the National Welsh Wedding Awards.2017 - 2019 TOP Photographer in Carmarthenshire - Top Three RatingsWedding Photographer South Wales - covering Llanelli, Cardiff, Newport, Fishguard, Carmarthen, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire and further afield!But wait, that's not all! I have now branched to Europe too, having recently photographed a wedding in Lake Garda, Italy, I am now happy to photograph weddings overseas. Do get in touch if you're planning on getting a Destination Wedding Photographer!

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