The editor called me

What’s Occurring
Boudoir photograph the perfect wedding night gift for him

On Monday afternoon the editor of Photo Pro magazine called me to ask whether I’d like to write an article for the next issue!

Photo Pro magazine are running a series on photography opportunities that relate to weddings. The series is written exclusively by SWPP members.

I was in the middle of setting up a studio set for a romantic couple when I received the call from the editor, Terry Hope. He had seen my profile on the SWPP directory and was interested in my experiences with Trash The Dress or as some photographers are now calling it Cherish The Dress.

As the conversation continued, Terry became interested in my experience with bridal-to-be and their boudoir photography.

We discussed the ideas further and I agreed to write an article covering both Trash The Dress and bridal photography.

Bridal-to-be looking for boudoir photography is rapidly growing in popularity. As you know, boudoir is probably the most amazing gift you can give to anyone – yourself included. The article touches on this but mainly focuses on this from a photographers perspective considering this market.

Writing the article was quite a challenge especially with the dead line being today! This had me up up writing into the early hours of this morning to complete my piece. The next issue of the magazine is June but its release date is early May. A few photos will accompany the article. This may include previously unreleased images from a bride whose getting married next month!

You’ve probably guessed that I’m quite excited about this. And I’ll be looking out for the next issue of Photo Pro magazine in a few weeks time.

Click here for more information about wedding photography and contemporary fashion with Trash The Dress

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About the author: Director, Photographer & Artist of PatB Photography. Award winning photographer and member of SWPP & SIFGP. Featured in, Photo Pro, Alt Fashion. Clients include; BT, Samurai Sports, ItalClean, KeyAgent & AutoTrader.

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