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.
A while ago, I finally managed to meet Kasia & Kyle. Inspired by short movie ( link below ) about best #instagram places in Liverpool, I decided to follow its advice and visit few places with this lovely couple. We were very lucky to have a beautiful weather and gorgeous sunset thanks to what there was a fantastic, soft and warm light. In addition, all main attractions were not overcrowded which simply, just everything you wish for as a wedding photographer. Hope you will enjoy this set of images. Please don’t forget to leave a comment down below. I hope to see you here again soon xx
I love portrait photography. It takes time to build good relationship with the person who you are about to photograph and, trust me, it is not easy to capture the right portrait. I am always trying to find out a little bit about the person who I am going to work with. It helps.
I want to to see what my subject likes best and how he or she sees himself/herself.
Karisha & Mike’s Wedding took place in December of 2016 at St. Georges Hall followed by a reception at Siren @ 54St. James Street.
The ceremony was lovely and I was able to get a few shots of the guests before Karisha's arrival. After the ceremony we managed to take few images outside the St. Georges Hall and very quickly move to the venue where all the guest were waiting for us.
There were very beautiful speeches and a very romantic first dance. And although the groom seemed to lose his voice during the day, everyone could see how much this couple is meant for each other.
SirenLiverpool is a perfect place for informal reception parties but can also be transformed for more formal seated [...]
For a long time I wanted to share this simple idea. I have to say it is not something I invented - it was probably created long long time ago by some very creative people. I call it hole in the reflector.
Thinking how to simplify best light solution for portraits photography, especially head shots, I came across this simple idea of cutting the rectangle in my big 5 in 1 reflector. There are hundreds of portrait light modifiers, I thought, but surely this is the simplest and the best lighting by far. At first, I was very sceptical about cutting the hole in the £10 reflector but after lots of thinking I went for it and never regretted it, even for one second. Yes, [...]