The benefits and risks of digital photography. How the risks can be mitigated by a professional photographer and how I, as a professional photographer retain and archive my digital image files. Some things you should think about before deciding not to use a professional.
Artwork Photography for Print Following an enquiry from local artist Alison McIlkenny, I recently completed an artwork photography project. Quite different from my usual work…
At Lionel Mitchell Photography we deliver our photography in highly functional, professional digital image galleries. You can share, download and more directly from your Gallery.
The process of booking Wedding Photography in Northern Ireland and some advice for couples setting out to find and book their perfect Wedding Photographer.
With the resumption of Weddings in Northern Ireland on 8 June 2020 I discuss where this leaves couples planning their wedding later this year and what they might expect from their Wedding Photographer.
To help couples feeling the economic impact of the lockdown due to Coronavirus I have introduced a No Deposit Booking plan.
Thinking of booking wedding, portrait or event photography with me but worried about committing to a booking in these uncertain times due to the Coronavirus outbreak? Don't worry. These are uncertain times that require some flexibility surrounding fees and deposits and that's what I offer.
What are couples looking for when shopping for a wedding photographer? Obviously packaging and pricing come into the equation but what is it they are looking for when they are browsing the images on a photographers website? Consciously or unconsciously it is the photographer's style they are looking at. Here I have tried to put into words what it is that defines a photographer's style and specifically what defines my style as a wedding photographer.
Some of my thoughts on the importance of keeping up to date with technology in photography and why this is an important factor in my aim to provide the best possible service for my clients.
The second in my series of environmental portraits. The actors dressing room setting inspired by the great Brian Griffin.