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Author: Scott Taylor
Welcome, my name is Scott Taylor I’m a Cheltenham Photographer offering photography services throughout Gloucestershire. I have been photographing in Cheltenham as a Photographer since 2011 as a hobby and professionally as JellyBean Photography since mid 2014. I photograph weddings, events, parties, portraiture and band photography. I live and work in Cheltenham and know the Gloucestershire area very well, along with many of the local wedding venues.
I have a passion in photography and believe in getting the very best moments photographed in the best possible way for you to recall on for many years to come.
I have an easy approach to life which includes reading, walking and photography. I have worked with a couple of Cheltenham based bands that perform at weddings and also photographed for those bands when performing at weddings and corporate events, this offers me a unique position of knowing running orders and requirements for a wedding.
I have a beautiful family, Ami my wife and our gorgeous daughter Ellie. We got married on the 1st August 2013 in Cheltenham and we currently live in Cheltenham raising our gorgeous daughter. JellyBean Photography got its name from my Daughter, Ellie, since she was born we nicknamed her Ellie-Jelly-Bean and as time went on it became Jelly-Moo so it was only right to name the photography business after my daughter’s nickname and JellyBean Photography was born.
A lovely weekend with some great weather so I decided to take a trip to Tewkesbury and take a look around the very scenic Abbey, a lovely time of the year where all the colours of the trees and plants is coming out. We took a stroll around the abbey and we went Pebble searching with my daughter and found one, which she was over the moon. Here are a few of the images that I turned off, very proud of the images I got and started to some some new techniques (old School style) shooting in full manual and reading the exposure through the camera, thus giving me (the artist) the creativity I want rather than the camera choosing it all for me. I was using the Canon 30D with the Sigma 24 – 70mm f2.8 Lens for all of the following images.
A little trip to Tewkesbury to photograph some landscapes.
Today we decided to take a little trip to Tewkesbury, a lovely photographic and extra ordinary riverside town, we took a walk down by the river bank and I couldn’t resist taking some photos whilst we was on our travels.
So tonight I decided to do a bit of SEO coding correction for the website, normally a task that everyone puts off, but I decided it needed to be addressed and all the little alterations pay off and makes for a better quality of site (in googles SEO eyes).
A trip to Chepstow Castle whilst on a weekend away at a friends wedding.
Whilst on a trip to Chepstow for a friends wedding we decided to stay over for the weekend and I couldn’t resist taking a trip to Cheptsow Castle. I finally got round to editing the photos I took on the Saturday before we went to the wedding. All the photos are of the outside of the Castle but even as ruins of the castle is still in good condition and very well maintained.
I have to say it was a great day out and was great to be able to photograph around the castle grounds. Well worth a visit for anyone interested in castles and photography.
JellyBean Photography enter into the world of blogging.
So we have taken the leap into the blogging world, we decided to move away from the Facebook and twitter posts and to build our very own blog to allow us to control the design and all the contents we can blog to our audience. We will still be posting to Facebook and twitter as normal but we will be focusing on the blog as our main form of letting everyone know what we have been up to and what we are focusing on.
Hi Everyone, welcome to the new JellyBean Blog. We will be blogging frequently with all the changes and new features we do at JellyBean Photography and we will also fill you in with all the goings inside JellyBean Photography.