Customer testimonials for Alan Duncan - here are a few recent comments that have been received......
"Thank you so much for the photographs that you took of our Ruby Wedding Anniversary at Lympne Castle.
We are both delighted with them. They are exactly as we envisaged and hoped they would be, capturing the essence of the arrival and mingling of our guests on a perfect Spring day in that glorious setting.
Since our first conversation, I was confident that all would go well with you and how fortunate we are to have found you to be available at the 11th hour.
You were a discreet presence and a respectful communicator when the situation required it.
You will be pleased to know that we are spoilt for choice in trying to find "the photograph" to add to our framed collection from across our years and that of our family.
We will not hesitate to recommend you, just to add to all the others that you have impressed with your talent.
Thank you for capturing our special day."
Simon and Lynne. Lympne Castle, Hythe, Kent. April 2017
"I wanted to say what a fantastic job you've done. The albums themselves are
beautiful and the contents are fabulous - this, as you know, coming from a bit
of a fussy editor!"
Helen Sheridan. The Grand, Folkestone.
"Thankyou so much for the wedding photography. So many of our friends and family have commented on how relaxed you made them feel. It was a real pleasure to have you on board."
Kevin and Katie Clifford. St. Augustine's Priory, near Ashford.
"Adele & Dan asked me to thank you so much for being such a super photographer
at their wedding. You made everyone feel so relaxed and your good humour was
very much appreciated."
Barbara Howarth. Groombridge Place.
"Thank you so much for the professional photos you took at our wedding. Thank
you especially for helping everything run so smoothly on the day (and for taking
the pictures quickly considering how hot it was!)."
Livvy & Richard Marsh. St. Mary's, Chartham and Wye College.
"First of all, may we thank you very much for all your hard work on our wedding
day. Lots of people commented that they appreciated the relaxed and friendly
manner in which the photographs were taken, and the fact that they were given
space to take their own photographs."
"Many guests commented afterwards that they were impressed with how you were
suitably aloof not to divert attention from us or interfere with the occasion,
while taking a wide ranging and spontaneous selection of photographs to depict
John & Julie Woodward. St. Augustine's Priory, Bilsington, Ashford.
"The photographs are amazing. We are very happy indeed with them and they
brought back many wonderful memories. We were so lucky with the weather! Thank
you again for all your hard work."
Saskia King. St. Mildred's, Tenterden.
"Just a note to say thank you very much for our wonderful photographs. We are
really pleased with them. You did a fantastic job."
Nikki & Rick Gambling. Hythe Methodist Church and Port Lympne.
"We couldn't have asked for a better photographer in Alan. On the day I was barely aware of him darting around and catching some great candid shots. For the group photos, he gently guided guests through a number of different shots (not an easy task) without losing the smile on his face once. The photos are beautiful and not at all staged - just what we wanted! An honest portrayal of our wonderful wedding day!"
Helen Yates and Darren Griffin, Folkestone. Wedding at Westenhanger Castle, Hythe, Kent. July 2008.
"Alan was our Wedding Photographer. On the day everyone commented on what a great guy he was and the results are quite superb! His photos are natural but inventive plus he has an amazing ability to get that perfect image. An artist and a gentleman."
Eddie & Lisa Moor, Lains Barn, Wantage, Oxfordshire. June 2008
"Alan's photographs clearly captured our beautiful day in a way we could only have dreamt. His experience, artistry and discretion gave way to a fantastic portrayal of our wedding. He is a true professional to whom we owe our utmost thanks."
Sasha Meyrick, Hotel Imperial, Hythe & Lympne Castle, near Hythe, Kent. February 2009