Mortley Bill

July 30, 2012

“Cap Maison, beautiful”

– http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g1931394-d1091083-r135643743-Cap_Maison-Cap_Estate_St_Lucia.html Cap Maison really is a lovely resort, we stayed for a week and had an amazing time in St Lucia. The hotel has stunning views, our room was spacious & had a large private terrace with ocean views, which provided the perfect backdrop for breakfast in the mornings. We arrived to a very warm welcome, the private beach is very sweet & peaceful. Service throughout the resort is excellent, the grounds are well kept with beautiful flowers & we saw a few humming birds by the cliff edge. Breakfast was absolutely perfect & especially delicious every morning, when we weren’t having breakfast on our private terrace, we had breakfast by the infinity pool, overlooking the sea, which was a particularly beautiful start to the day. St Lucia Wedding Photographer   We definitely suggest hiring a photographer to capture memories of your holiday, Bill Mortley is incredible & we can personally recommend him. Bill is one of the island’s best photographers & is one of the 3 recommended wedding photographers on Cap Maison’s website. Bill is very friendly, fun, efficient & relaxed and knows all the best photographic hotspots both throughout the island and on the Cap Maison resort. […]
June 21, 2012

Secret techniques for portrait photography

I believe great wedding photography is about capturing the moment. Every photographer especially a St Lucia wedding photographer, likes thinking outside the box and is always looking for new techniques, especially when clicking portraits. If you visit the gallery of photographer you are likely to come across some portraits and photos of famous people. Portrait photographers have to be more careful so as to develop their own individual techniques. They don’t want that the end products should resemble the work of some other photographer and would like to be known by his own individual and style of work. A great tip to follow and wow your clients s to stray away from the traditional methods of straight on shots. Try from a new perspective, perhaps from the top that can really change the way the picture looks. Also people like a great picture shot from a new angle. There are plenty of good photography sites that you can visit and look for some inspiration. There is no hard and fast rule that the subject has to look right in the camera. Actually, you, as a photographer should tell them not to look at the camera. People feel more relaxed and […]
December 1, 2011

Testimonial From Mac & Wendy

Wedding Photography After being disappointed with our wedding photographs taken the UK we decided to look for a photographer to capture our special moments on our honeymoon in St Lucia. As our honeymoon was two months after the actual wedding we had plenty of time to look around to get the best. We were more than prepared to hire someone from outside of the Island; we just so wanted those special romantic shots every bride dreams about, the ones we were cheated of in the UK. After approaching Wedding Photograph photographers from the US and St Lucia we were delighted to have eventually found Bill Mortley. Bill was friendly and approachable in his emails and we instantly knew that he was the photographer for us. Although we were nervous, as we had not met him in person, we now know we should have not worried as when we did meet he put us at ease straight away with his friendly laid back nature.. As well as sorting out a trip around the Island to capture  some fantastic dreamy shots he also arranged a bouquet and boutonniere for us which turned out to be absolutely amazing. The day in question was […]
October 17, 2011

Mosiah and Natasha Ramontal

Coffee shop leads coffee-snubs to Wedding Photography He was sitting quietly at his table at Starbucks, buried in books and lost in the world of theology. In his mind, theology student Mosiah Ramontal was mulling over theories, ideas, and beliefs. It was a calming, eye-opening, thought-provoking silence. People, and the scene around him, blurred to oblivion. There was no bustle, no noise, no interruptions—just him and utter peace. Suddenly, a voice jolted him out of his thoughts. “I’m coming to you!” it said . . . In an interesting twist of fate, or, as they say, God is not without a sense of humor, coffee-snub Natasha March was forced to set foot in a place she had never been. But avoid it as she might, on that fateful day she had no choice but to cross the threshold into Starbucks to request help for car trouble. As she pulled open the glass doors, she knew immediately who she would ask for help. He had looked up only briefly and went back to his books. “I’m coming to you,” she repeated. Mosiah blinked. Refocused. The young lady was his future wife, and she needed rescuing. “I was buried in research and […]