Exactly a year ago my younger cousin got married to the love of her life. Today is their 1st anniversary, and I am telling you, they are so happy! They have a small boy now, just a few weeks old. I still have not seen the little one, but when I do I will probably not take my camera off him!
To celebrate their 1st anniversary I am sharing a few photos with you. My cousin never wanted me to be their photographer for she wanted me to fully enjoy the family reunion. However I still managed to steal some shots of the young couple. So here they are:
Salsa became very popular for last few years mapping our calendars with salsa classes and parties. Everybody can dance salsa – beginners using very few simple steps and processionals making it look amazing and amazingly complicated. Whichever you are, you can join many parties around town and simply enjoy yourself with the rhythm of Latino music.
Last night I had a chance to photography one of the salsa parties in Aberdeen. Click on photos to enlarge them in the gallery.
“Video is a new black” as said Sue Bryce, and I happen to agree with that statement especially because I am mesmerised by videography of my life and business partner, Pawel.
Before Pawel showed me how video can be incorporated in our daily lives as our photography can be, I thought of video in terms of youtube – bad quality, shaken, boring films, with no editing whatsoever. The high-end videos seemed unapproachable and impossible to achieve – at least for regular people. So here is a thing: you will not be able to shoot a good quality film with your moblie, as much as you will not be able to shoot good quality images with it either. However your local photographer might have it in her offer, as we do!
Therefore if you fancy a great and unique wedding invitation, or an exciting film from your wedding day, a recording of your children’s football match, or you have a business on your own and you would benefit from an ad you can post on your web-site, contact us! You can find all the contact details in an “About” tab.
Every year through main streets of rather gloomy Aberdeen makes its way a colourful and joyful parade of funky dressed up students and members of local charities on floats – trucks with platforms – where most of action happens. Every float has a different theme and is always new every year, so you can never see the same truck twice!
The Torcher Parade is currently the largest student torch-lit parade in Europe. It is a charity event with a long history, which originated with nurses collecting money for funding hospital wards! However with the awakening of Aberdeen Students’ Charities Campaign in1921 the event is now run by students, with Charities “Angus the Bull” mascot (and University of Aberdeen Rector on its back!) leading the trail.