Philip Chisholm is one of the most sought after Photographers in the North of England
10.50 am: Philip
arrives at the Bride's home or other venue and sets up his
then occupies himself putting flowers in button holes, seeing to the bride's veil, answering the telephone, opening the front door to taxi drivers, brushing down father's jacket and making mother a well earned cup of tea.
11.05 am:When everyone is ready, Philip
will photograph the bride alone, with her
father and mother (together or individually) and finally with the bridesmaids.
11.35 am: Philip
is set up at the Church photographing the groom's family, best man, ushers, brothers and sisters.
collects the guests, cameras at the ready to give the bride and groom a tremendous exit from the Church.
This is organised so the full wedding party group is photographed at the same time.
assembles the parents, bridesmaids, best man, ushers and page boys either side of the church door leaving a gap in the middle for the bride and groom's first footstep into the world as man and wife.
To the cheers and applause of the invited guests, it makes a great video.
will take his
pictures and help all the guests to take theirs.
Your guests wedding snaps are your insurance policy.
In over twenty years Philip
has never lost a wedding picture.
then divides and subdivides the party into smaller and smaller groups and ensures all of the photographs are take that were discussed at the pre-wedding meetings..
arrives at the hotel to take head and shoulders photographs of the bride, her
mother and the bridesmaids.
There may be the opportunity to use several locations depending on the venue but this stage of the proceedings can be slightly more leisurely than for a Church wedding.
11.30 a.m. Philip
is set up at the entrance of the Hotel taking photographs of the groom, bestman, ushers, brothers & sisters.
Again a change of location around the hotel could be used.
The wedding party moves out into the hotel grounds for all of the photographs to be taken with Philip
taking advantage of the best locations in and around the hotel.
has experienced a number of weddings when catastrophes have occurred.
These include church doors being locked, the Organist not turning up, flowers not arriving.
has also had experience of the groomÑs parents losing their way to the church, the brideÑs veil rising in the wind and landing in the tree tops, fainting bridesmaids and the ring dropping down piping ducts and not being recovered for 1 hour.
Not all problems however, can be foreseen.
Studio Tristan Photography
12 Stirling Road
Telephone 01642 485322
Facsimile 01642 510280