Sarah-Ann and Andrew 30/08/2014

Big congratulations to Sarah-Ann and Andrew on their wedding 30/08/2014 .
It must go down on record as the longest continuous time we spent on a wedding day!
We featured two morning calls to both the groom and bride . We started with Andrew early in the morning at The Dunraven hotel in Adare and what a fun time we had with the guys we really enjoyed our time with them .
The weather really held up that day and we got some great images both in and outside The Dunraven – the grounds are really so lush and well maintained .
Next up was house call to Sarah-Ann’s house in Boher Co.Limerick – god bless my Samsung smartphone the navigation got me straight to her door .
Sarah-Ann just looked stunning on the day and her level of preparation was perfection .
Videographers on the day were Dreamcatcher and we met them at Sarah-Ann’s – so easy to work alongside .
We normally spend approximately one hour for brides house call and in this case the church and Boher was located very close-by – ideal for us .
We decided beforehand that UL campus would be our photoshoot location of choice , funny thing when we got there is that there was another wedding shoot going on with fellow Limerick photographer Dermot Culhane on the job – great minds thinking alike – purely by chance meeting up !
We got some beautiful wedding images down along the banks of the river and in and around the campus .
Most of our weddings these days we are on extended coverage which means we are on until first dance .
We even got some extra time to do some night time photography with the couple down on the street using continuous tungsten lighting to assist us .
This is so well worth the time because it really gives full photographic coverage on the day and just gives so much more material to work with when designing the wedding album .

Congratulations once again Sarah-Ann and Andrew we really enjoyed photographing your day ! email
John McGarry Photography , Professional wedding and portraiture photographers Limerick

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