A whole year of successful Photo Projects in 2018 and yet the first one in 2019 and I almost give up!Read More
I love writing my New Years Resolutions.
I completely understand that they aren’t for everyone, but I love setting myself little goals that I can work towards throughout the year. They’re nothing too difficult (apart from maybe the one where I want to stop my dog barking so much…) and are all things that I want to improve for myself, rather than being things that other people have made me feel like I should do.Read More
I know it’s such a cliche thing to say, but it is simply insane that it has been a year since I wrote my 2018 New Years Resolutions.
So how did I do? Well….great in some, ok in a few and not so good in others.Read More
The year is complete and so is the 2018 Photo Project!
I cannot believe I made it a whole year. Seriously. I went into this project full of doubt, thinking that maybe i’ll just last a few months and give up. But here I am. 12 months worth of photos from the last year.Read More
2018 has been a great year here at Becki Williams Photography with so many newborns coming through my doors for their first photo shoot.
I offered new types of mini shoots, digital backgrounds, new ways to purchase your images and some BIG competitions.
So what are my plans for 2019?Read More
I haven’t started looking through this months photos yet and I’m a little nervous that there may not really be any.
November is always such a busy month here and being busy with shoots means I don’t really find the the time to take photos for myself.
But let’s see hey? Let me dive into this month’s camera roll and see what I find.Read More
Now, I’m not going to lie - I’m actually writing this quite a way into October.
To be honest I’m quite impressed that I’ve made it all the way to October before a Photo Project blog was late.
But, wait - why does the blog date say early October? Well that my friend is blog, computer magic (or cheating…you know…one of the two!)
Now excuse me while I go back and remember what I actually did in September!
Ah yes, Rome!Read More
What an amazing Summer!
I could not get enough of the sunshine. Yes, there were a couple of days I may have had a little complain but on the whole I'm pretty sad to see it go.
Time to dig out those jumpers and boots and snuggle in our dressing gowns as the darker nights creep in the the arguments about whether it's cold enough to put the heating on yet begin.
Whew it's been hot this month!
And no, don't worry, I'm not complaining.
For the most part I've actually really enjoyed it. There were just a couple of days where it got a bit much. Those ones where walking from Sainsbury's to the car felt like a 2 minute stint inside an oven.Read More
What amazing weather we've had this month!
Yes, I'm aware it's very British to talk about the weather, but this June it really feels like something that should be mentioned. Spring was amazing and with the record high temperatures we're currently having it looks like Summer is heading that way as well.Read More
Ok so technically it's pretty grim outdoors but can we finally celebrate the fact that Spring is here now?
Yes ok it is pouring today, and yes ok there is more snow forecast in some places over Easter but yesterday - yesterday it was lovely and sunny! We're not blessed with a whole bunch of sunny days in grand old Hemel Hempstead so lets not forget the ones we do have!Read More
I always feel February is such a wintery month.
The sun is low, the mornings frosty and we generally get at least a dusting of snow. Walking the dog is a daily soggy and muddy mission and the days working from home are spent 'discussing' with my husband whether the heating needs to be on or not.Read More
This year, one of my goals is to start taking photos for fun again, rather than just for work.
It's been so long since I have taken photos for myself that I didn't even know if I'd enjoy just photographing every day life anymore. As it happens I had nothing to worry about because I loved it.Read More
I was the child that came last at cross country in school.
Actually, to be fair to myself, I was third from last. The child with asthma and the child that wasn't trying came behind me.
I missed the ball in rounders, my passes in hockey were pitiful, I wasn't strong enough to get on the trampoline, let alone brave enough to do a seat drop and I liked being Goal Defence in netball so I didn't have to do as much catching (or in my case, missing).
One year my sports day team captain put me down to run the 800 meters.
What did I do? I paid a girl in my class £4 to run it for me.
Before I was a professional photographer, a month wouldn't go past without me picking up my camera for fun.
Whether I was going on holiday or just heading out to see what I could find, I enjoyed the freedom of photographing whatever I wanted without any pressure if I came home with nothing usable.Read More