Yearly Archives: 2012

Merry Christmas and have a fantastic new Year!

On behalf of every one at GMC Photographics, we wish you a very merry Christmas and the Happiest of New Years We’ve had a fantastic season, we’ve had the privilidge of photographic some of the most amazing weddings that we’ve ever photographed. It’s been our busiest year to date. We’ve met so many great friends and […]

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Photographing Landscapes in Northumberland with Guy Edwardes

It’s the end of another wedding season and I like to indulge in a completely different genre than my usual wedding work. Landscapes are a passion of mine and every year I like to enroll on a number of workshops and scratch my landscape itch. Guy Edwardes is a good friend of mine and one of  the UK’s most talented Landscape […]

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Diana and Jonathan’s Wedding at St John the Evangelist and Tythe Barn in Bath

We had a lot of fun photographing Diana and Jonathan’s amazing wedding in Bath. It was a chilly day, but the weather was very kind. Clear skies with a few showers….very nice indeed! It was a great day for the lovely couple and a real pleasure to photograph! Diana and Jonathan’s official wedding photos are […]

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Abigail and David’s Wedding at the Four Pillars Hotel CWP

We had a lot of fun photographing Abigail and David’s great wedding at the Four Pillars Hotel. As I look over the photographs that we shot, there was lot of emotions through their day. Tear of joy, fun and happiness really summed up their day. The weather was good for us, a bit misty in the […]

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Natalie and Grant’s Wedding at the Kingdom Hall in Chepstow and Berkeley Castle

What a fantastic day we had photographing Natalie and Grant’s amazing wedding at the Kingdom Hall in Chepstow and then their reception at Berkeley Castle. As I look over the photographs that we shot, there is a lightness and fun which really summed up their day. The weather was particularly stunning, especially considering how changeable  it had been […]

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