This Contest is Now Closed
I’m utterly thrilled today to share with you a brand new competition. Rebecca L is very generously offering a free engagement shoot to TEN Rock n Roll Bride readers and then free wedding photography to her favourite of these ten couples. We all know weddings are expensive things, so how awesome would it be to get your wedding photos (and great wedding photos at that!) for absolutely nadda!?
Rebecca is based in London and has been a fashion photographer for 5 years. However recently she has moved into shooting weddings and loves it. “I have been a photographer for many years, but launched Rebecca L Weddings in Spring 2011 as there is nothing I want more in the world then to shoot unusual, quirky, vintage and fashionable weddings,” she explains.
“I absolutely LOVE Rock n Roll Bride, when I first stumbled on Kat’s amazing website a year ago I just knew these are the weddings I wanted to photograph as I’m completely eccentrically crazy myself, and a wedding to me isn’t a wedding unless its completely unique, different and damn right outrageous.”
Rebecca is giving away ten yes ten free engagement shoots (worth £500 each) to Rock n Roll Bride readers. The shoots will take place before 1st June 2012 and following this, Rebecca will pick her favourite couple and shoot their entire wedding for free!
Each winner of a free engagement shoot will receive a 2 hour shoot in the location of their choice (reasonable travel must be paid for Rebecca if shoot is to take place outside of London/Surrey) and approximately 50 fully edited and retouched high res images (as well as low res versions for sharing on facebook etc).
The ultimate prize (an engagement shoot and the wedding photography) is worth a stonking £2000 and the winners will receieve everything the engagement shoot winners get PLUS 8 hours wedding day coverage and 400+ retouched/fully edited high and low resolution images.
Again, if your wedding will take place outside of the London/Surrey area travel expenses must be covered.
The winning wedding must take place before 1st June 2014.