There’s something really special about Winter Wedding Photography…
Maybe it’s the extra romance that comes with cosy open log fires, the Christmas colours of red holly berries, the crisp low sunlight and the early dark nights.
Chris and Louise’s wedding at Bartle Hall in Preston this weekend had all of those things. It’s a beautiful country hotel venue with open fires, a grand staircase and photogenic grounds.
The weather was kind too – winter wedding photography can be, erm… challenging at times, but on this occasion it wasn’t too cold to photograph portraits and traditional groups outside in the hotel’s grounds as well as using the portable studio lighting for indoor portraits too.
All in all a fantastic day from start to finish, and a fantastic way to round off 2012’s weddings – here’s to many more happy couples through the next twelve months.
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What a great and varied weekend, with a beautiful wedding, police horses and live music!
Friday night gave the chance for a bit of work on a personal project of mine. Facebook fans may have seen the pictures of my newest and oldest camera – a Bronica S2 medium format film camera, which dates back to 1968 (a very good year in my opinion). Friday night gave the perfect chance to photograph my favorite 60’s tribute band The Rockits in that classic 1960’s venue, The Cavern Club, using a 1960’s camera – in black and white of course.
Saturday saw bright sunshine and scorching temperatures to share an amazing wedding day with Tracie & Sean as they tied the knot at Ribby Hall in Kirkham. Despite flood Continue reading →
This weekend has seen us heading north through some majestic highland scenery, to reach Loch Goil and the exclusive waterside hotel The Lodge. There aren’t too many venues that boast their own tree-house, but that’s one of the many touches that attracted Naomi and Fiona to travel there for their Civil Partnership. Continue reading →