Eveleen & Stephen, Drumahalla House Wedding, Donegal , Ireland by Chris Huston Photo. Suppliers: Olivia Muldoon Makeup ArtistFlowers by Mee
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St. Peter’s Cathedral, Belfast Wedding Locations: Shaws Bridge / Divis & Black Mountain. Hotel: Balmoral Hotel, Belfast. Room Decor: http://www.alteredimage.org Entertainment: Superstar Deejays. Cake: The Elite Cake co. Wedding planning: The Wedding Shop, Belfast
Next up: Titanic Hotel, Belfast Sunday 14th January 2018 1pm. Love Weddings Studio Balmoral Hotel, Belfast Sunday 29th Oct 2017, 1pm. The Wedding Shop Ulster Museum, Thursday 13th April 2017, 7pm. Stranmillis Road, Belfast The Wedding Shop The Wooltower, Raceview mill, Sunday 23rd April. Broughshane, Ballymena BT42 4JJ http://www.raceviewmill.com Love Weddings […]
Firstly, I always recommend that if you want any video at all then you should hire a professional videographer. If however, you’re not hiring a pro videographer for your wedding day you might consider a Photo film as an add on to your photography package. What is a Photo film? A photo film is a […]
I’ve always made creative decisions based on my own preferences and gut feelings so I thought this might be useful. This list is fluid. Yay Realism. This is right up there at the top of my list. I want the real you. I do not want to make you look fake. Movement. I don’t shoot […]
Brexit will have more of an impact on small business based in Northern Ireland than in the other UK regions due to the fact that we do a large part of our trade across the border. In the short term there will of course be currency fluctuations. I have always operated on the basis of […]
One of my favourite couples from 2015 have been published in the Irish Times.
What is post production? I always thought of photography as being a bit of a black sheep of the visual arts, and by that I mean both photographic stills and moving images in movies. There are many different approaches to making pictures but there are also a lot of constants which the majority of photographers will […]
I don’t know about you but I am definitely a “less is more” type of guy. I do of course make some exceptions; for those of you (un)lucky enough to have met me you will know that I am very plain and functional in everything except for my shirts. I have a design degree so […]
Backing up your digital photos. While printed albums from reputable suppliers are normally very durable, digital files on a small USB can be a whole lot easier to lose. I don’t take digital files for granted as I have been working with both digital image files as well as design files for the best part of 20 […]
Art-books, Photo-books, Coffee-table-books, Story-books, paper types – What’s the difference? In 2016 we are spoiled for choice when it comes to having wedding books printed. There are many different terms that are used to describe these options as well as a glut of special names used by specific companies that can make things even more […]
Planning your awesome sunset wedding photos. I’ve written in the past about my experience of shooting in bad weather and the importance of planning. In that post I recommended that you prepare for bad weather and also have some fall back options should things get so extreme that an outdoor shoot becomes completely impossible. In this post I would […]
The Wedding Journal Online have used a couple of my favourite all weather wedding photography shots from the last few years in one of their articles. follow the link. The weather in Ireland can be challenging, even in summer but it can also bring some great photographic opportunities as well as a level of energy […]
Once of my weddings from last year was published in Local Woman magazine for Mid Ulster. Aaron & Brenda travelled home from Melbourne Australia for their reception which was held in the Redcastle Hotel in county Donegal. See more of this Drung & Redcastle wedding […]
My adventures in wedding photography around Ireland – by Chris Huston. I have written this Wedding Photography Ireland and beyond post to give a little bit of insight into my unique approach to wedding photography as well as my views on how to make the most of the amazing locations and scenery that we have on […]