Category Archives: Learning

Ian Wood is passionate about learning, be that from reading, from Seminars or just from Life – every day is a school day !

51st Percy Duff Barbon Speed Hillclimb

Sometimes I just have to leave a weekend free of Weddings if I can, I have been a visitor to Barbon Speed HillclimbView full post »

Easter Chicks….

Wedding photos, children’s portraits and of course my beloved dogs and lambs – chicks were a new one on meView full post »

Jessica Claire / Aspire Photographic Training.

Jessica Claire will need no introduction to any Wedding photographer reading this blog, based in Orange County inView full post »

Inspired by Lambing Live

BBC TV’s programme Lambing Live is fantastic and this year is being filmed in my home county of Cumbria. EveryView full post »

Fashion Portraits Cumbria – see the light !

As a Wedding Photographer in Cumbria it is important to keep my techniques fresh but more importantly fast, WeddingsView full post »

2010 Lake District Wedding and Photography review.

So, where do I begin…. I guess January, ummm but if I did that would blow the plan I have had for this Blog postView full post »

Anything but Weddings

I get quite a few enquiries for very varied photography work, even though I specifically state on my website that myView full post »

A new Wedding Album is born.

Its always a wonderful feeling to deliver a Wedding Album to a bride and groom and this one was no different. I firstView full post »

Collaboration with Beauty Simply

Earlier in the year I was approached by Sarah Simpson from Beauty Simply to see if I was interested in doing aView full post »

Photography Training

I was asked many, many months ago if I would be interested in hosting two days of photography training, my role wouldView full post »

2 Para

Well, not sure really where to start with this Blog post, as some people know I have been out on aView full post »

Lakes Energy Centre display

I was recently approached by Nathan Wilson, Co-owner of The Lakes Energy Centre to ask if I would like to display someView full post »