Wedding Photographer's Blog
Last weekend was the turn of Ellie and David to have their 'Get To Know You Shoot'. We first met a couple of summers ago when I was shooting Gemma and Chris's wedding here in Warwickshire, and Ellie and David were guests at the same wedding. I remember having a quick chat with them during the day at the time. So when they contacted me last year to check my availability for their own wedding day to see if I could be their photographer, I was delighted to find out that their date was still free.
The Lord Leycester Hospital in Warwick is another fantastic example of intriguing wedding venues in Warwickshire. Contrary to the name, the Lord Leycester isn't, and never has been a hospital! It is in fact a retirement home for ex-Servicemen in Warwick. It is a Grade 1 listed building that offers quite a unique environment for your wedding service and celebrations, and of course looks sublime in your wedding photography.
Today marks the final blog post in the 'Image of the Day' series. We've bounced around all over the place looking at different times of a wedding day; starting with bridal preparations, the arrival of the bride before the service, the service itself, a couple of Bride and Groom formals and an amusing family group formal. Yesterday's image came from the gorgeous county of Derbyshire, and today returns back to the West Midlands.
The penultimate day in the blog post series called 'Image of the Day' is upon us, and takes us up to the glorious Derbyshire Moors. I'm super lucky as a Wedding Photographer to have many perks in this job, one of them is being able to visit at work at aweome places in this country. It doesn't take long to drive from Warwickshire to Derbyshire, and what a fantastic county it is. Sally and Roger's wedding took place at the Peak Edge Hotel on the edge of the Moors.
Yesterday's photograph in the 'Image of the Day' blog post series was an almost informal Bride and Groom 'formal', if that makes sense! Today's selection is much more of a reportage style, ie captured when people weren't either posing or expecting a photograph to be taken. In reality, this is what most of my shooting will be as a wedding photographer, ie staying in the background and keeping out of the way. Today's wedding features Anna and Marc, and was celebrated at Stapleford Park near Melton Mowbray in Leicstershire. And the image is a little, how do I say this, a bit of a curve ball.
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Take a look round my gallery of recent wedding photos to sample my style - I think you’ll like what you see!
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