Well the forecast according to the BBC was for heavy rain all day long so I took my black & white golf umbrellas and once again didn’t get to use them as the weather was fine, not sunny but at least dry. We had a lovely wander around the gardens and here are a few of the shots ready for the big day in August.
What a great day ! A lovely church wedding followed by a ride to the reception venue in a vintage bus. Tom & Heather are a great couple and danced the night away with a Ceilidh which had almost everyone on the dance floor.Read More»
Vicky & Dan were married in August at the lovely Rogerthorpe Manor near Pontefract. We set off in torrential rain but the skies cleared up for a very pleasant day. It was a lovely laid back wedding with all the guests being very friendly and the kids were great fun. Here are a few shots from the day.Read More»
Nicola & Matthew were married at the impressive Halifax Minster. The bride & groom then took us to some locks for some great photos. The reception was at Bertie’s in Elland. Lot’s of fun was had with the photobooth. Some of the older guests had never seen one before and had great fun ! Here are a few of the shots from the day.Read More»
We had a blistering hot day for Vicky & Dan’s pre-wedding photoshoot in the beautiful countryside near Halifax. In fact we were in Booth a small village where Vicky used to live. Here are a few photos from the afternoon. Looking forward to the wedding in early August !Read More»
Sophie & Simon were recently married At St Mary Magdalene Church in Campsall with the reception at the lovely Wentbridge House hotel. Here are a few images of the day. More can be seen on the link on the Home page.Read More»
It was with great pleasure that I was asked to be second shooter at Nick & Hazel’s wedding. The weather was a bit variable, sun, rain, wind, snow, hail but that didn’t dampen the bride & groom’s spirits ! Here are a few shots from the day !
A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to attend a photography workshop with Brett Harkness (one of the best wedding photographers there are) and Jo de Banzie (one of the best childrens’ photographers there are) at the beautiful location of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire which very nicely is not too far from me in Sheffield. The two days were hosted by Elaine from Britain’s Best Photography who looked after us all very well. More on Jo in another post but Brett was great. He guided us through various settings he likes to use on his camera, giving us tips on poses and answering loads of questions from the 12 or so eager photographers gathered around him.Read More»