Annie’s Little Reading Corner…
This old church in Buckfastleigh was the most wonderful backdrop for our baller photo session. I had dreamed up this session many months earlier and on this sunny evening, it all fell into place beautifully.
What a magical couple of days we had with the snow at the end of January! It settled so delicately on the trees that Chagford turned into a fantastic Winter Wonderland. I just couldn’t pass up this opportunity to take a few photos in the snow - and I had the perfect model in mind.
First in a three part series written by Hazel Lightley about her ballet journey. If ballet is your world (and even if it’s not!) Hazel’s journey is incredibly inspiring.
If you’re thinking of booking a Business Profile photography session, these five tips will help you to get the most out of your session.
I’m absolutely in love with Dartmoor’s changing seasons and unpredictable weather. In this blog post I share my heather session with you from August 2018.
I cannot believe how quickly these last couple of months have gone by. I've been busy with so many things but especially preparing for my first series…
Are you thinking of booking a photographer to capture the bond between yourself and your horse or pony? Or maybe the special relationship your child has with their pony?
If you have not yet been to see the daffodils at Dunsford woods, it is well worth the trip! It is such a beautiful spot along the river, and the daffodils sit in a lovely clearing basking in the sun with a couple of benches to sit on.
Posting March's photo in May - looks like I have a little catching up to do!
“Childhood last a lifetime.”
I heard someone say this on a radio show a couple of months ago. It’s so true. The things you love, your outlook on life, your character – so many choices one makes in life are based on your childhood.
The snow has melted and the sun is shining in Devon – it feels like Spring is finally on its way. We’re having a bit of a garden overhaul at Annie Renwick Photography HQ.
My love of ballet goes back a long way… not as a dancer (I have two left feet) but as an artist. When I was studying for my A Level in art, I chose Edgar Degas as my case study.
A massive thank you to all 89 people who entered into my mini-session portrait prize draw from across Devon (and beyond). It means so much to be supported by past clients, friends, fans and equally lovely to see some new faces. Welcome!
Back in February I took a photography course about capturing the magic of childhood. The weather was pretty rotten all through February (which is to be expected in the UK) so I was unable to complete my last assignment until a couple of months ago. I am so excited about sharing these photos!
As winter slowly descends upon Dartmoor and I move closer to launching my family photography business, I’m taking a little time to think about who my photography style would suit.
Dartmoor has always had a special place in our hearts. My husband’s grandmother lived here for years; we got married here and walked up Haytor on our wedding day. We have lots of wonderful memories in this part of the world.
Hi. It's so nice to have you stop by to look at my first blog post on my shiny new website. I'm so excited to have you here and I hope you like what you see. I thought I would use my first post as a little introduction of myself and my journey to Dartmoor.