2015; another great year of photographing weddings & portraits
A Happy Photographic New Year!!
As a new year starts as a leading East Yorkshire photographer, its always nice to look back on another great year of photographing weddings & portraits.
Thinking back to all the beautiful weddings, relaxed portraits, stunning landscapes, and creative artwork from the past 12 months reminds me that I’m lucky enough to live the dream of earning a living doing what I love, creating stunning imagery for my clients (and myself!) and 2015 was another amazing year of doing just that.
I’ve worked hard over the last few years to build up my reputation as one of the busiest wedding photographers in Yorkshire, and this year I also aim to focus my attentions towards what is already one of the areas busiest photography studios – my intimate portrait studio based in the lovely town of Beverley, East Riding. I will certainly be spending more time on this area of the business throughout 2016, and as you can see from my portraiture portfolios here, my studio work is very relaxed and unique.
My artwork and landscape photography will also be taking more prominence with more exhibitions and some great new projects, all planned and ready to go!
In 2015 I have had a big focus on a number of social media networks; with my new Instagram page Stephen Armishaw Photography up and running for an insight into my day to day life, plus new galleries for most of the popular venues are now included in my very comprehensive Pinterest site. And that’s not forgetting my Facebook and Twitter accounts which are updated almost every day, please check them all out and give me a follow!
My Weddings and Portraiture FAQ sections on my website continues to be a popular source of honest information and advice, helping many clients choose their photographer. Having captured over 1350 weddings, my portfolios on my website are specific to your possible wedding venues and some of the areas popular wedding vendors too – because I have worked hard to create some relationships with great people across the region.
Wishing You all a wonderful and creative New Year!
All the very best for 2016,
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