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Category Archives: Lincolnshire Wedding Photographer

Kit and Harriet’s Lincolnshire Wolds Wedding

Lincolnshire Wolds wedding. Congratulations Kit & Harriet. Here are some of the highlights from their beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds wedding. To listen to the accompanying looped music by my fellow Zimmer Band member, Brendan Perkins, click unmute. For links to the galleries of the whole day where prints can be purchased please contact Michael Powell Photographer […]

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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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2021 Weddings – the key dates

2021 Weddings – the key dates HM Govt has announced the proposed key dates that would enable post lockdown weddings to take place this year. 2021 Weddings – the key dates are as follows: 8th March – Weddings can take place with up to 6 attendees 12th April – Weddings can take place with up […]

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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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York wedding photographer shoots ceremony in time-lapse

See a York wedding photographer shoot a ceremony in time-lapse in this short video by Michael Powell. Here’s something a little different. I have always prided myself on not being a slow photographer, particularly at weddings but here’s an entire wedding ceremony presented in just one and a half minutes. I have done these time-lapse […]

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