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Jolene and Paul's Photos ready wedding photography Northern Ireland - Inch Abbey and Ivanhoe

All of the photographs from the wedding of Jolene and Paul are now available on-line.

I met up with the happy couple on Sunday evening and we spent around 3 hours browsing through all 500+ images as they decided on which photographs they wanted for their wedding album.

As always it is not an easy task by any means to get the images you really love for the album as there are so many different types of image from candid, to posed, groups and those little moments that no one had noticed. But after many a head scratch they managed to get their final selection.

It has been a real joy to be able to share in this couples wedding day. To photograph this memorable occasion and also to be there as an invited guest who they trust to not only provide them with captured memories they will cherish but to be trusted to behave in a professional and friendly manner while running a schedule to get all the photographic occasions captured.

For family or guests, all the photographs are now available on Serene Photography web site

There are many printable items available from prints, canvas, the beautiful acrylic blocks, photo keyrings, mugs and downloads of images you can print out yourself.

All items can be ordered direct from the web site and printing is provided by one of Europe's top professional printers. I have secured a 20% discount on all items for the first month, so make use of the exceptional quality provided by them and also their discount for my clients.

To get access please contact Jolene or Paul for the password.

Thank you all
Mark


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