Recommended timeline for wedding day photography


I often get asked what is the timeline and order for photographs on the wedding day.This is purely a suggested guide, and is for a ceremony with a nearby reception venue. It’s worth remembering that weddings rarely run according to schedule, so although it is a good idea to have a timeline planned out I always just go with the flow on the wedding day! ...more

Why I love engagement sessions


I love engagement sessions and offer them complimentary with my full day wedding photography package.
Here are a few reasons why engagement sessions are so important! ...more

Essential wedding day photography list


When I pre-meet my couples I ask them to compile a list of no more than 10 photos that they really want taking on the wedding day. The reasoning behind this is that I want to help them avoid a trap that many couples fall into: 6 months after your wedding you don't want to be thinking "Oh, I wish I had a picture of me and... " ...more

My guide to making you feel comfortable in front of the camera


Whether you’re with me for a full day at a wedding or just for an hour on a portrait session one of my best skills I’m told is making you feel comfortable.
I try and make all my sessions enjoyable and fun. The best photographs are always the ones where the people in the picture look relaxed and natural.
So here is how it is done my way: ...more

Behind the scenes of a wedding photographer


There's A LOT that goes on behind the scenes that most people don't see or even know about to get those beautiful and fun wedding photos.

As a wedding photographer, I see a lot of crazy things, from photobombs, silly antics and surprises. I get to share so many laughs with my couples, their bridal party and guests and I am lucky enough to be there to capture those moments. ...more

Tips for preparing for bridal prep


I love this time pre-ceremony and feel it is an important part of the day to capture as your photographer. However, most brides, when I mention bridal prep break out into a cold sweat as they perceive that its all going to be hair rollers, knickers and no make-up! I think I am right in saying that every bride to be I have photographed feels so much more comfortable that I am female, relaxed, organised and above all discreet. What happens in bridal prep stays in bridal prep, LOL !

So, don’t fear, Sharon is here to give you some tips for a stress free and enjoyable bridal prep session: ...more

How I got started as a wedding photographer in Sheffield


One of the most popular questions I get asked when I meet couples is, how long have I been a photographer and how did I get started as a wedding photographer?
So, I decided…I should probably write post about it. ...more

Choosing your wedding day photographer


How do you chose the photographer that is right for you on your wedding day ?
There are so many of us out there right? All vying for your attention with special offers and beautiful portfolios.
In an over saturated market how do you chose “the one” that is the perfect match for you? ...more