Liverpool based professional photographer Krys Polkino creatively documents weddings throughout Merseyside, Cheshire, Lancashire & the North West.
KrysPolkino Photography has covered Wedding Photography in Liverpool for many years as well as being known in photography industry by many photographers.
I’ve met Helen & John in the evening on Saturday. It looked it was going to rain in any time soon but it did not. We had just a cloudy rather worm evening instead. At this time of the day Festival Gardens was rather empty and we had whole place for ourselves. Festival Gardens is remarkable place and definitely worth of visiting. Situated close to city centre it is a popular destination for many tired walkers who are looking for some quite and peaceful area. We certainly found peace and quietness that evening.
I have to say Helen and John are very easy people to work with. They had no problems with posing or having a go with a big jump on a little bridge [...]
I met Danielle and James in front of the mansion house in the Calderstone Park. It was getting late so we didn't want to waste our time and decided to shoot strait away. And, oh boy! we had such a lovely evening. We laughed and danced, and even strangled a bit :D It was a great pleasure to work with them. I can't wait to see what these two will do at their wedding. I am expecting lots of great smiley moments xx
I met Joanne and Carl in the last weekend of March. We were very lucky with the weather. The sun was turning everything into bloomy and wonderful place.The light was just great and we had a lot of fun and laughter. Here are a few of my favourites from Joanne and Carl’s spring engagement session. Their wedding is coming super soon so watch out for this one on my blog :)
There are many people who ask me: "What is it, this engagement session"? Well, because there is some confusion about it, I've decided to explain a little bit more about the whole idea..
You've probably seen it in the bridal magazines, the wedding blogs, on Pintrest or Facebook. Two people kissing each other, holding hands, pulling faces at each other and so on and so forth. In the photography industry it's called engagement session but it's more about a chance for a professional photographer to bee able to capture two people in love - without all the pressure and others people's eyes. More than that, it's an opportunity for the couple to get to know their photographer, see how he or she works, and find [...]