Olympus Wedding Experience at The Savoy London

 

At the beginning of November I was delighted to be involved in a wonderful event put together by Olympus UK. They had asked John Nassari, an excellent photographer and PR stablemate of mine at Propose PR, to be an Olympus Ambassador

Along with John, a group of other talented photographers and bloggers were invited to take part in the Olympus Wedding Experience at The Savoy. The beautiful River Room was dressed as a wedding reception, with sumptuous tables full of linen, glassware, china and candles. We were delighted to be involved and created a floral centre piece for the team to photograph

The professionals were able to try out Olympus’ new flagship camera, the OM-D E-M1 and the bloggers were let loose with the Olympus Pen Lite E-PL7

The photos from the day have started to appear on several blogs (So Your Getting Married for a start) and I found it really fascinating to see the differences between the photographers’ varying styles and it made me realise just how difficult it must be for couples choosing their wedding photographer. So I thought it might be useful to show here a few shots of the same subject, taken by different photographers with their own unique take but all with the same uniting camera … let me know what you think

First up is Kate Nielen. Kate is a fabulous fine art photographer specialising in weddings and portraiture but she also does a stunning job with bumps and babies, making me wish I had little ones again for her to capture. Kate has a very soft touch and captured the table, flowers and happy couple beautifully

 

Okay, better late than never … next up on this Olympus Wedding Experience round up is Laura Babb. Another very talented and well respected photographer based in London but travelling to cover weddings and events all over the world – I’ve been lucky enough to work with her several times and can report amazing work!

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Come and get your Christmas craft on

Now that the weather is turning colder #shame, and the leaves are getting decidedly browner #nice, it is time to start thinking about the big C….yep Christmas is just around the corner and if you are the crafty creative type you are in for a treat this year. Come and join me at our studio in Battersea where we will be running a series of wreath-making workshops

The session will address wiring techniques, examples of finished wreaths and the various styles that can be achieved using a variety of foliage, fir cones, cinnamon, whole oranges or apples. Materials will be provided and I will provide step-by-step demonstrations, as well as personal tuition to produce the perfect, truly unique holiday wreath for your door
Refreshments and morning pastries will be provided and participants will of course be able to take their work home with them to proudly display to friends and family. The wreaths should last right up until Christmas

The workshops, running on Sunday 3rd, Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th December,** from 10.30-12.30pm, cost £60 per person and are based in our creative home at the New New Covent Garden Flower Market, in all its twinkling and festive glory, a truly magical place! They would make a unique seasonal hen party or just a fun day out with friends and family

To book your place on our wreath-making workshop, or enquire about other workshops please contact Liz on liz@blueskyflowers.co.uk or call 07973 601 045

These wreaths were made by some lovely ladies at a previous workshop

Top photos by Julie Michaelsen

**More dates may be added once these are full

 

 

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