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Category Archives: Lincolnshire Photographer

2021 WEDDINGS – latest guidance

2021 Weddings – latest guidance HM Govt has announced the following updated COVID-19 guidance regarding wedding ceremonies in England. From 21 June, there will no longer be a maximum number cap for attendees set out in law. Instead, the number of attendees at weddings, civil partnerships and receptions will be determined by how many people […]

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Lincolnshire Outdoor Family Portraits

I managed to shoot some Lincolnshire outdoor family portraits between lockdowns and tier restrictions. I’m quite happy shooting family portraits in my studio but location photography is what I’ve been doing throughout my 36 years as a press photographer. A typical job for The Times involves me travelling to a location new to me to […]

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Last Minute Christmas Gift – Photography Tuition

Here’s a great last minute Christmas gift idea, give a photography tuition voucher. I’ve been doing one-to one photography tuition sessions for about ten years now. Learn how to stop that camera bossing you around and how to control it and understand light and composition better. Order at michaelpowell.com      

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Covid-19 Weddings – Photography Coverage by the hour

    Covid-19 weddings rules have effectively shutdown wedding ceremonies in UK until further notice. Weddings are being postponed and cancelled. My diary has melted. So here comes a new simplified Covid-19 weddings photography option. Wedding photographer now unavailable for your new date? Downscaled your wedding? Expecting just a dozen guests? Last minute wedding plans for […]

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Covid golf restrictions have been eased

Covid golf restrictions have been eased in England so I went down to Market Rasen Golf Club on a beautiful morning to photograph the very first two ball of Keith Borst and Ted Cruttenden who teed off at 8am. The new English Golf Union covid golf guidance includes: not touching the flagstick, using clubs and feet […]

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