Bride standing in yellow field - Picture by Wrapped in Plastic Photography

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Website: www.wrappedinplasticphotography.co.uk

It’s now time for you to vote for your favourite Picture of the Day from September 2014. Please choose your favourite picture from all the September 2014 Pictures of the Day below, and vote using the form at the bottom of this post. Only one vote is allowed per person (voting is monitored – any duplicate votes will be void) and voting will close at 12pm on Wednesday 8th October 2014. The winner will be announced on Thursday 9th October 2014 on this blog.

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1. Paul Joseph Photography…

Elderly ladies playing with baby at wedding - Picture by Paul Joseph Photography

2. Elizabeth Armitage Photography…

Bride holding large bouquet - Picture by Elizabeth Armitage Photography

3. KMS Photography…

Indian bride and groom standing under Gazebo - Picture by KMS Photography

4. Kari Bellamy Photography…

Bride standing in tall window - Picture by Kari Bellamy Photography

5. Jonny Draper Photography…

Bride and groom in front of firework display - Picture by Jonny Draper Photography

6. Boy Called Ben Photography…

Bride and groom touching heads with sun shining through - Picture by Boy Called Ben Photography

7. Andrea de Gabriel Photography…

Groomsmen sitting laughing together - Picture by Andrea de Gabriel Photography

8. Alexander Leaman Photography…

Bride and groom in back of wedding car - Picture by Alexander Leaman Photography

9. Francesca Secolonovo Photography…

Bride and groom under a tree - Picture by Francesca Secolonovo Photography

10. O & C Photography…

Bride and groom with confetti falling around them - Picture by O & C Photography

11. Scott-Wood Photography…

Bride's legs with groom in background - Picture by Scott-Wood Photography

12. ZT Photography…

Bride and groom sitting on wall as motorbike rides past - Picture by ZT Photography

13. Stuart Bebb Photography…

Bride walking towards wedding venue at night - Picture by Stuart Bebb Photography

14. Kevin Belson Photography…

Reflection of bride and groom in wedding venue water feature - Picture by Kevin Belson Photography

15. Jennifer Peel Photography…

Emotional bride and groom at altar - Picture by Jennifer Peel Photography

16. Lisa Devine Photography…

Bride and groom facing each other - Picture by Lisa Devine Photography

17. Natural Light Photography…

Bride and groom in a field of sunflowers - Picture by Natural Light Photography

18. Chris Giles Photography…

Bridal party in Street Fighter scene - Picture by Chris Giles Photography

19. David Craik Photography…

Bride laughing behind 'And they live happily ever after' sign - Picture by David Craik Photography

20. Modern Vintage Weddings…

Just married bride and groom hugging at altar - Picture by Modern Vintage Weddings

21. Rebecca Douglas Photography…

Bride and groom standing in a field as it gets dark - Picture by Rebecca Douglas Photography

22. Stewart Girvan Photography…

Bridal party jumping in front of coloured doors on beach - Picture by Stewart Girvan Photography

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Martin - Martin Makowski Photography

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Contact Name: Martin Makowski

Company Name: Martin Makowski Photography

Website: www.makowskiphotography.co.uk

Location / Coverage: Nottingham / UK/ Destinations

How did the business get started and who works at Martin Makowski Photography?

I have always had a huge interest in photography. It all seriously started when I bought my first digital SLR seven years ago, and like every keen photographer I was photographing anything and everything. I was eager to improve my skills, and gained the photography knowledge from every available source; books, magazines, the internet and, most importantly, hard work and practice. Every time I saw a great photo it was nagging me how it was taken; I wanted to learn how to do it myself.

Soon after I moved into photographing people and it didn’t take me long to start shooting weddings, first for family and friends then as semi-professional photographer; I still had my daily job at that time. Photography really started taking over and the more I did it the more I loved it.

I left my job five years ago and started working for myself, trading under my name as Martin Makowski Photography. It is a one-man business and I work on my own.

Bride walking down stairs - Picture by Martin Makowski Photography

Had you always wanted to be a photographer?

Originally I wanted to be a waste collector, then astronaut, pilot, sailor and many more. Then I was thinking of becoming a psychologist. Fortunately I didn’t become any of the mentioned.

After Construction College and A levels I started working in professional kitchens, first as a pot washer then I built my way up to a head chef role. Photography was always there and I always enjoyed looking at the world around me through the viewfinder.

Finally, I left my job to become a photographer; I have no regrets at all.

Nervous groom - Picture by Martin Makowski Photography

Can you remember how old you were when you took your first picture? What was it of?

My father was a keen photographer and there was always a camera near me. It would be hard to remember the very first photo I took, but one I remember well was of Smurfs on television. It did not turn out well at all.

Which areas of the UK do you cover?

I am based in Nottingham and most of weddings I photograph are in the Midlands. I am always willing to travel and never say no to a wedding far from home.

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Bride holding bouquet - Picture by Glass Jar Photography

Image © Glass Jar Photography

Website: www.glassjarphotography.com

Blog: www.glassjarphotography.com/blog

Bridal party jumping in front of coloured doors on beach - Picture by Stewart Girvan Photography

Image © Stewart Girvan Photography

Website: www.stewartgirvan.co.uk

Blog: www.stewartgirvan.co.uk/blog

Bride and groom standing in a field as it gets dark - Picture by Rebecca Douglas Photography

Image © Rebecca Douglas Photography

Website: www.rebeccadouglas.co.uk

Blog: www.rebeccadouglas.co.uk/blog/blog

Just married bride and groom hugging at altar - Picture by Modern Vintage Weddings

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Website: www.modernvintageweddings.com

Blog: www.modernvintageweddings.com/category/mvw

Brid and groom on rowboat

We have a real treat for you today. Let’s be honest, for those of you who have seen the romantic film ‘The Notebook’, it will probably stay in your hearts forever, right? Such a sweet and moving film, oh and of course let’s not forget the gorgeous Ryan Gosling!

Chloe from White Images got together with an incredible team of wedding suppliers to create this beautiful wedding shoot based around the film. There’s not enough words to describe just how beautiful this shoot is. We hope you love it as much as we do.

“This shoot was inspired by the ever so romantic rowboat scene from the movie ‘The Notebook‘. Set on a gorgeous private property on the Tweed Coast of Australia, the shoot is filled with 1940’s romance and vintage elegance. The delicate lace detail of the wedding gown, the oversized floral hairpiece and the dapper blue suit give a fresh approach to the beautiful love story of Allie and Noah.”

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Wedding table

Flowers on wedding table

Flowers on wedding table

Wedding table with flowers

Wedding table flowers

Flowers

Wedding table number

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Script writing on wedding stationery

Floral plate

Detail on floral plate

Wedding cake

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Bride laughing behind 'And they live happily ever after' sign - Picture by David Craik Photography

Image © David Craik Photography

Website: www.davidcraikphotography.co.uk

Blog: www.davidcraikphotography.co.uk/blog

Emmie Scott

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Interview with: Emmie Scott

Company Name: Emmie Scott

Website: www.emmiesweddingphotography.com

Location / Coverage: Across the globe

How did the business get started and who works at Emmie Scott?

It was a very organic process and almost as though this career chose me. I had been a photographer for 12 years and had already shot a few weddings; it had then just occurred to me that I could actually make money from doing it. It’s my dream job and I wish I had thought to do it sooner.

Bride and groom in grand wedding venue - Picture by Emmie Scott

Had you always wanted to be a photographer?

I always had been a photographer but I don’t know why I didn’t think of it as a career until it really became one.

Can you remember how old you were when you took your first picture? What was it of?

I can’t unfortunately; my memory is not that great – that’s probably why I like photography – but I have always loved images. As a kid I would sit with my parents’ albums and spend whole days just looking through them. That’s what I love; capturing fleeting moments in time that would otherwise be forgotten. Somebody should have taken a picture of me taking my first picture!

Bride and groom - Picture by Emmie Scott

Which areas of the UK do you cover?

All over. I love travelling and it’s part of why I do what I do.

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