In this month’s blog, makeup artist Yvonne Maher has provided some killer makeup tips and tricks which will help prepare you for your wedding day photo-shoot. Because let’s admit it, your wedding day makeup needs to be on point. Whether you are looking to embrace some of the latest makeup trends and emulate a runway look, or are looking for something more sophisticated and timeless, there are certain key points to bear in mind, whichever style you are going to emulate.
The wedding photographs taken on your big day will be some of the most cherished memories you have of the event. They will stay with your forever, and one day your great-grandchildren will be examining them and commenting on the style of the day. They will always be there to remind you of special moments, of the tears of joy and the knowing smiles, and will be able to get you in that special mood every time you glance at them. Because your wedding photos are so important, you need to take special care who is going to take them. Today, you can choose from literally thousands upon thousands of wedding photographers who offer their services, and you can certainly find someone who will be able to capture your day in the style you are looking for. You may think that you can have a friend or several friends take these pictures for you. This, however, is not the best of ideas, and we will discuss why right away. Why having a friend taking wedding photos is not the best idea Of course, you can always ask some of your friends and guests to take pictures – even set them […]
Getting married in Ireland these days has changed dramatically, especially looking back over the last 2 years or so. Trends are definitely changing, taking us away from the more traditional weddings format. In my opinion, this is due in no small part to the introduction of civil weddings in Ireland. This has given rise to a totally new creativity not only in wedding photography but also in how weddings are styled and themed.
Have you been meaning to get some family photography taken for god knows how long? You know, the kind where everyone has their eyes open and no one’s head is missing, where all of you manage to look at the camera and smile at the same time. Even though there is always a camera around whenever all of you get together, the images are often not what you would like them to be, am I right? If you have decided to finally make your move, and get some family photos taken, you won’t regret it. Here at Infokus Studios, we will make this a fun and memorable time for you and your family. You will walk away with beautiful photographs that will tell the story of your family for years to come and will grow more valuable as the years go by. Imagine your great-grandkids looking at the one day, and discussing today’s fashions and whom they take after most!
As a wedding photographer, I shoot lots of weddings every year, mainly in Waterford, Wexford, and Kilkenny, but I’ve also shot in the UK and was last year commissioned to shoot a wedding in Tuscany, Italy. Needless to say, every wedding I shoot has a very different brief and subsequently, the weddings have a varied and diverse range of vibes. It is therefore imperative that each album I create can mirror and represent the unique memories of each special day with a photographic style that embraces the ambiance of the location and personality of the guests. That is not always an easy and straightforward task.
Vintage Vintage Vintage! Who doesn’t love it. It is one of the main trends that I see in weddings in the last year or two. And I have to admit, I adore it. Its a classic look that will never age. It gives an edge on the traditional bride and no doubt will make us look back on our wedding photography with absolute delight. Who doesn’t want to feel like a Hollywood superstar on their big day J
When we first met Keith in his Photography Studio the first thing that struck us was the professional lay out and the fantastic welcome that we received, with a complimentary glass of wine Keith, explained how he was going to give us a wedding album that we would be proud of. it was the first time that it really came home to us, this is it we are really getting married. we were shown a variety of possible lay outs and types of pictures that he would take. He gave us as much time as we needed to make our decisions and we were made to feel that we were the most important people in Ireland. On the day that we were married Keith was a model of professionalism, from his immaculate suit to the way he conducted himself when trying to get all the pictures that he needed, which couldn’t have been easy because he also had to accommodate a full camera crew who were filming us for a TV programme (Franc’s D.I.Y Brides). Although it must have been frustrating for him at times because we’re sure that he could have done with more of our attention, he never […]