Lets roll back to July 2016. A beautiful day with Anne-Marie and Ray in Beckett’s Hotel, Leixlip, Dublin. By the way congratulations on a new baby girl, Emma last April.
A lovely day out to Killiney Hill with Catherine & Keith. Killiney Hill are worth a visit as you can overlook Dublin, Wicklow, Dalkey, Killiney Beach, and Dun Laoghaire.
Dun Laoghaire Pier
A fab walk in St.Anne’s Park with those two love birds. They came over to Ireland for their honeymoon from Colorado in America.
Was shooting on my Mamiya 645AFD Medium Camera and afew rolls of Fuji 400H.
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What a beautiful day in Tankardstown House in Slane last September. Massive Congrats to Emma & Barry, I wish them best in the future!
We are offering one couple a chance to win a love session! It can be to celebrate your engagement, an anniversary, or just to show off how much in love you are!!
What does the shoot include?
– 2 hours shoot in Dublin or the Wicklow Mountains.
– 80+ digital Images sent to you via WeTransfer/Dropbox
What do we have to do to enter?
All you have to do is…
– Your names
– A lovely picture of you both
– A little bit about you and your love story
– Where you’d like to have the shoot
– Why you deserve to win!
Best of luck to everyone who enters.
Terms & Condition’s
Closing date for entries is the 1st July 2017, Winners will be selected by Johnny and will be notified by email after that date.
The shoot will occur in July on a Sunday (if we’re available) or mid-week.
Only 1 entry per couple.
Winners must be willing to be featured on blog sites or magazines.
Copyright belongs to Johnny Corcoran Photography.
The prize may not be exchanged or transferred, and no cash alternative will be offered.
Johnny Corcoran Photography reserves the rights to use all material from the shoot for promotional purpose.
To the extent permitted by law, Johnny Corcoran Photography hereby expressly exclude any liability for any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage incurred by any entrant or winner in connection with this competition.
Automated entries are not permitted and will be disqualified.
I love shooting at The Millhouse in Slane, it’s one of my fav venues. The weather was fabulous in August 2016 which always helps on a wedding day. On a personally note I would like to say thanks to Claire and PJ for the lovely thoughtful thank you gift! When we went for the pre-wedding shoot at Bull Island, I wanted to capture Claire & PJ on a striking red boat but my shoes & socks got soaked. So on the wedding day they got me some flip flops so i won’t get wet again.
Thanks so so much Claire & PJ for having me on your big day, and wishing you many years of happiness together! I’m so pleased to have to opportunity to shoot this gorgeous couple.
What a lovely postcard from Claire & PJ
Venue- The MillHouse, Slane
Florist – Gary & James from floral expressions keady
Cakes – Whats up cupcake & one of them was Claire’s Auntie Rose
Makeup – Jenni Bowden
Hair – Hilary at Toni & Guy
Bride Dress – The little white dress
Bridesmaid dresses – Asos
Suits – Suits You
Ice cream van – storm in a teacup
Letters – Lovin Letters
Invitations – french by Marie Eck, Myrabelle’s
Videographer – Andrew at EyeCaptureWeddings (Awesome video of Claire & PJ Wedding day here)
Danielle and Jeremy have known each other for about 5 years. They met in New Zealand while on set filming The Hobbit. He was a local stuntman, and she was an assistant director.
Their engagement story is really cute and creative…While on a visit to Ireland, Jeremy booked them a weekend spa break in the Powerscourt Hotel. Danielle is a huge fan of the gardens there. One evenings he pulled out a photo album he had made of their time together (in the style of the photo album from ‘Amelie’ which is one of Danielle’s favourite films). The last picture was cut up into puzzle, when she put it back together and turned the page, it spelled out “Will you marry me?” and the rest as they say is history. The wedding was held in Danielle’s sister’s house in Shillelagh, Co. Wicklow. This was a really lovely venue for a such an intimate wedding.
Thank you for allowing me capture your magical wedding day! Congratulations guys!
Cake : By the Lovely Danielle’s Mom
Dress: in an Antique Shop
Caterer : The Right Catering Company
Make Up: EF Creative Studios
Invitation: Lisa Redmond
Teachers, Kathy and Michelle, from Heathlands School for the Deaf in St. Albans, tied the knot at the beautiful Tankardstown House, County Meath. This is one of my favourite venues to shoot and I hope you agree the pictures turned out great!
Kathy & Michelle first fell in love in the Deaf LGBT Camp in Barcelona in 2013. Fast forward to Easter 2015, Kathy brought Michelle to a rooftop bar in full glorious view of the Empire State Building on their holidays in New York City, Kathy proposed and presenting Michelle with a love charm on a pandora bracklet.
Congratulations Kathy and Michelle, wishing you a lifetime of happiness!