Well, this is a first – to have a blog post of the wedding right after the blog post of the pre-wedding shoot!
So, Richard & Heather were recently married at the lovely Frimley Hall Hotel in Camberley. We managed to dodge some pretty horrid rain showers and head outside right after the ceremony for an hour or so, which was a good bonus.
As always, my favourites from the day .. starting with a montage of details!
The venue is so wide with little space to shoot from far away, so a fish-eye lens it is:
and the happy couple (silhouettes aglore!)
Incidentally, this was (obviously) the first dance, but the halo effect was achieved using my new Pocket Wizard remote Flash Units (I know, I know .. “blah, blah, blah” to some people – but the point I am making is that it’s ok to try new things at weddings, and when you plan it well enough, this is the cool effect you can get!)
Congratulations Heather & Richard!
Richard and Heather are getting married tomorrow, having their Easter wedding at Frimley Hall hotel in Camberley, Surrey. For something a little different, I took them to a local farm for their pre-wedding shoot, where we had the opportunity to feed the chickens and the ducks!
Once special part of the day was my achievement of a long-term photographic ambition … see the final image !
My favourite images from the shoot:
It may look fun …
… but these chickens have a sharp beak!!
So, my final shot – i have ALWAYS wanted to photograph a peacock with its feathers up and displaying, and I finally managed. This bird was walking around like this for almost 30 minutes solid!
Good luck with the wedding tomorrow guys – really looking forward to it!
Every now and then it’s good to try something a little interesting, fun and different. Coming up with the idea is one thing – but having a couple who will trust you enough to go with the flow is another.
Laura and Chris are getting married soon in Winchester and will be holding their reception at Lainston House Hotel. We met up there recently for the pre-wedding shoot and tried out something a little different.
Here are my faves from the session, with the best shot at the end..
So, our final fun shot is a composite of four that I have put together in Photoshop. Laura & Chris were well and truly up for a little fun stuff, so good on them for lying down on wet grass to create my vision!