Overview of Wedding Album Types

Quick overview of the three main types of wedding album that I supply I use Queensberry of New Zealand for my wedding albums. All are bespoke and designed individually based on the clients wishes (and what suits their images). There are three main types of page finish: Flushmount (a.k.a. ‘digital’ but I don’t like that […]

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Belleek Castle Ballina

Belleek Castle in Glorious Sunshine The previous time I was at Belleek Castle Ballina  was to help out another photographer… and it was foggy. So foggy in fact that I couldn’t see the castle, the drive in or the grounds. It was super duper heavy. So this time I was hoping to see more, literally.  […]

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Wedding photographer, Corin Bishop, captures an Irish Greek vintage style wedding dress at boutique wedding venue New Forest Estate County Westmeath

The Irish Greek Connection – Gillian and Giorgos

Giorgos and Gillian at the New Forest Estate My first wedding at New Forest Estate, County Westmeath, and my first Irish/Greek wedding.  The venue (link here) is a golf course with old manor house and new accommodation attached. Fantastic photographic opportunities everywhere and so many different views/options all within a short walking distance (so no […]

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Mount Druid Wedding, Boutique Glamping photography Castletown Geoghan by Corin Bishop Athlone

Alternative Wedding? Fab Mount Druid Wedding

Mount Druid, Castletown Geoghegan, County Westmeath. Very ‘Alternative’ that’s for sure!   It took a while but eventually I got to photograph a wedding at this fantastic venue that I heard so much about and is only 30 mins from my house.  I got there very early so I could have a good look around, […]

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A Bridal Room Fit for a Queen (there’s an old Telephone Box)

Kelly and Shaun have some wedding cuddles in a telephone box 😉 When myself and the wedding videographer (in this case Gaffey Productions) turn up to a brides house we never really know what to expect. We need to get shots of the shoes, dress, flowers and so on. It’s usually organised chaos at the […]

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