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Wedding – Emily and Rob

Emily and Rob chose to do a DIY wedding reception in their countryside home after a ceremony at Brighton town hall.View full post »

Wedding – Paul and Sally

You would had thought that a non-summer wedding in the UK would have a good chance of being drizzly, perhaps a littleView full post »

Wedding – Charlotte and Rob

I love Brighton seafront weddings. I consider myself to be very fortunate as a wedding photographer since theView full post »

Wedding – Jess and Max

The amazing Jess and Max organised an absolutely perfect day that any couple or wedding photographer would dream of.View full post »

A Wedding With a Touch of The Belorussian

Toby and Inga fancied a day in the amazing surrounds of Wakehurst, a beautiful house and gardens in Mid Sussex, if youView full post »

2015 Wedding Awards

In 2014 gay marriage was made legal and so 2015 was full steam ahead with same-sex weddings and where better to holdView full post »

Wedding – James and Simon

James and Simon’s wedding was an “all killer, no filler” (to reference Sum 41) sort of wedding;View full post »

A Wedding With a Windmill

A wedding with a windmill – try and say that five times fast. Sarah and Peter were super visionaries and decidedView full post »

A Wedding with Two Grooms

Having been very busy this year I haven’t managed to blog about any of my weddings – oops! I wasView full post »

Amberley in the Autumn

If you haven’t been to Amberley it’s really worth getting out there, only 40 minutes out of Brighton in theView full post »

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Top 5 Tips for Avoiding Wedding Photography Disasters

By Wedding Photographer in Brighton – Neil W. Shaw Wedding Photography 1. Weather Can you remember when there used toView full post »

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Top 5 Tips for making the most of your Wedding Photographer

By Wedding Photographer in Brighton – Neil W. Shaw Wedding Photography You’ll be spending a lot of moneyView full post »

Alptitude 2015

I’m very late to the party of celebrating the highlights of Alptitude and now it feels like any attempt toView full post »

A Wedding with The Seaside {Katie and Ross}

By Brighton Wedding Photographer Neil W. Shaw When the first spots of rain fell on my hand on the way to meet Katie inView full post »

December Stars (and ISS fly-by)

I went back to the family home in Worcester for Christmas and managed to take advantage of the very clear skies, fairlyView full post »

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A Wedding With a Touch of Hove {Claudia & Greg}

Claudia and Greg were my last wedding of the year and what a brilliant one to end on; they managed to pick anView full post »

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A Wedding With Blue Suede Shoes {Paul & Laura}

By Brighton Wedding Photographer Neil W. Shaw It was with pleasure that I could take photos on Laura and Paul’sView full post »

Autumnal Ramblings – Saddlescombe

I love this time of year, to get out of the city and head to the countryside is a great idea to see nature in thisView full post »

Feeding The Pigs at Middle Farm

It’s not every day that you get to feed a pig or stroke a sheep and a rabbit, but if you go to Middle Farm, a 20View full post »

Camping in Forgewood, Kent

Sometimes I feel that putting holiday ‘snaps’ on what is essentially a business website somewhat crosses aView full post »