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Snap Photography Festival, a little review by HEART FULL OF TEA

In April 2016 I attend the Snap Photo Festival, held at the amazing fForest. AND I am SO glad I did! I was really apprehensive about pressing that “add to basket” button but I haven’t and won’t ever regret it. The reality is that it is a large chunk of money and for anyone self-employed that…

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Quirky Bath Wedding Photographer – Round-Up 2015

Hello 2016. Brace yourself for HEART FULL OF TEA’s 2015 Wedding round-up, with bumps, dogs, loads of love! 2016 you have come around very fast! 2015 was a strange year in many ways, there were quite a few changes in my personal life, which have reflected back into my business and reminded me of how…

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Joanna Brown’s Advanced Workshop

A little review from HEART FULL OF TEA of Joanna Brown’s Workshop. Setting off in my car on a Monday morning, I knew it was going to be a good day. I met the lovely Jo about 4 years ago now when I initially signed up for her mentoring 1-1 session. That in itself gave…

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Gorgeous outdoor ceremony at Yeoldon House in Devon

Alice and Jo tied the knot on the 3rd October 2015 in a gorgeous outdoor ceremony at Yeoldon House in Devon. The weather was absolutely amazing; an outdoor wedding in October with blue skies and bright sunshine…the best! I traveled down from Bath to spend the day with these laid-back pair! Alice looked utterly gorgeous…

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Alice & Jo on the beach at Appledore, Devon

These lovely humans are getting married in September, but were excited to have me come to do an engagement shoot in their home town of Appledore, Devon. On the day they gave me a tour around their venue, as it’s local to their house and Alice also took me upstairs for a sneak of her…

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Your favourite Wedding Photo’s from 2014

I thought I’d choose some of favourites from my year of shooing Weddings and family sessions, around Bath and the South West. I may be a little late to the party for a round up post but it feels about the right time for me. I’m unsure what to say about 2014. It’s been a…

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japan travels // part two

three weeks to cram in…. Kyoto // Nara // Hiroshima // Miyajima // Kurashiki // Osaka // Takayama // Matsumoto // Hakone // Tokyo

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  • michelle waspe - awesome pictures!! loved looking through them! What an experience and photographic memories to treasure xxReplyCancel

  • Paul Ang - thanks for the information and pictures. They give me a great idea of what part of japan i wanna see when I visit Japan (in about 3 weeks). Your blog helps me a lot :)))ReplyCancel

vsco grid // with honor

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  • Eugenia Y. Mcintyre - Wonderful work! Thanks so much for including one of my images in this feature! It’s quite an honor!ReplyCancel

  • Christie Middleton - I get to do what I love for work. Up until I found photography, I never put much effort into anything. Not many things in my life came easy to me, I think it’s been my stubbornness- not ever doing things I didn’t want to do. When I get a camera in my hand and I get to work with creatives and make things, I come to life. I excel at this because I absolutely love it- and it comes natural. This career is a ton of work, but I can outwork anyone at it because I have the deepest passion for what I do. – I promise I won’t rest here- with this incredible recognition. – I have to give my clients credit for allowing me to be free & creative. Without them, I’d be just a guy, with a camera. – Thank you from the bottom of my heart. – SF – Online gallery.ReplyCancel

Japan Travels // Part One

Tokyo for one week… brief stop at seoul airport // adventure begins at shinjuki // dried fish snacks // women only train carriages // the government building // mount fuji from afar // akihabara, electric town // many bottles of calpis soda // super potato // retro game shopping // non-stop arcade playing // UFO catchers…

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  • Lydia Stamps - These are amazing!! And you look so happy and radiant in the photos too!ReplyCancel

  • Millie Benbow - Love these Emma, looks a-mazing xReplyCancel

  • heartfulloftea - Thank you so much both of you. It was such a fabulous experience.ReplyCancel

  • Cassandra Lane - Lovely photos Emma! It must have been amazing to immerse yourselves in the culture for a good few weeks. I would love to visit the cat cafe and eat all the sushi :)ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Lois - SOooooooooo lovely to see your blog post from your travels and what you got up to! I wish we’d had more time in Tokyo :( Can’t wait to see part two! :D xxxReplyCancel

  • heartfulloftea - Thanks Cass. The food was amazing, such cheap but quality food. Ramen dishes in particular! Liz, you can always return… just like we plan too! Looking forward to seeing your collection of photos.ReplyCancel

everyone’s a pony, dr.seuss

“In my world, everyone’s a pony and they all eat rainbows and poop butterflies!” Dr.Seuss My feet took me on an adventure today. it was filled with meadows and the colour yellow. I took my camera. We had fun. The End.

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  • Theresa Furey - LOVE IT! Magical and a fantastic place for a session especially with weather like that!ReplyCancel

  • admin - Exactly my thoughts… you volunteering!ReplyCancel

the manifestation of fear

searching for what you need, when it’s right in front of you. loving someone like it’s your last chance. releasing your grip on what you don’t need. finding that you feel whole, through wanting to stand still together. spending nights and days next to those that matter but never compromising on life. feeling your way through vast emptiness and turning…

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guide your steps

watching the sun dance across old Georgian windows can be an afternoon well spent Hello there. Whilst I’m eagerly awaiting my new camera to arrive I’ve been having a clear out and organising my photo’s into a better system. I’m finding it really rewarding and constructive to go through older shoots and see what how…

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