Win A ‘SAVE THE DATE’ Photo Shoot with RawSilk Photography worth £500!

Personalise your wedding from the very outset and send your guests a picture perfect ‘SAVE THE DATE’ invite. Now you can win a ‘SAVE THE DATE’ photo shoot, courtesy of talented professional wedding photographers, RawSilk Photography www.rawsilkphotography.com.

Founder and photographer, Stefan Lacandler will meet the lucky couple at a central London location for a full consultation on your desired photographic style and creative ideas. You will then set a date to have your pictures taken at a London location of your choice – be it in a park, museum, hotel or anywhere else that tickles your fancy (and will lend permission of course!). The shoot will also encourage you both to feel at ease in front of the camera before the big day.

RawSilk Photography will supply you with the 20 best images on a DVD from the shoot to cherish as a keep-sake, along with two digitally edited and re-touched versions, so that you can then print out your final ‘SAVE THE DATE’ invites.

Stefan Lacandler and his talented team’s unobtrusive approach and strong belief in quality over quantity guarantee unique wedding images that will truly stand the test of time. RawSilk’s photographic style can best be described as contemporary with a classic twist; combining beautiful fashion portraiture with dynamic reportage storytelling. The RawSilk philosophy is to cover your event with complete honesty, to communicate and collaborate every step of the way, to ultimately give you what you want – a genuine, exciting and unforgettable story of your wedding. Working mainly with natural light and employing subtle retouching techniques results in a crisp and timeless product that you and your loved ones can cherish forever.

For further information, visit www.rawsilkphotography.com or call Stefan Lacandler on 07949 757 457.

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