Cripps Barn wedding.
Henrietta and Simon were married at the beautiful wedding venue at Cripps Barn in the Cotswolds.
The day started at the Swan Hotel Bibury, a stunning wedding venue in its own right set in the beautiful village of Bibury.
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There are always going to be little things you think you should have thought of during your wedding day, so to help we have put together our Wedding day survival kit. Continue reading “Wedding day survival kit”
Guyers House Wedding.
Beccy & Matt’s wedding day was a fantastic day, they were married in Guyers House, Bath. As wedding photographers based in Southport, it was lovely going back to this beautiful part of the world. It was a pleasure having the opportunity to photograph this wedding in this stunning venue.
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Kirstie & Lee will be getting married in Southport in September later this year.
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While Kelly was getting ready for her big day I was able to spend a little time with Henry, his 3 brothers and an assortment of friends and family. It isn’t very often that the 3 boys are together with their parents these days so I was there to get some photographs of the family as well as some of the marque as it was being prepared for the evenings celebrations.
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Nat & Matt will be getting married this coming August and we made up that they have picked us to photograph their wedding day.
They opted to have a pre-wedding photo shoot and chose a beautiful location just down the road from their home in Taunton.
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We started the day with Sadie at The Close Hotel Tetbury where we met with her and her fun brides maids. The Close Hotel is quite a nice wedding venue in it’s own right but we were bound for The Kingscote Barn for the wedding and reception as soon as the girls were ready.
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I thought I’d follow on from my post about my favorite lens the 50mm f1.4 and do a few more pieces on gear, “I know gear is good but vision is better” & “it’s not about the equipment, it’s who and how it is used” but I do love the gear and good gear helps me make better images and sometimes you need the right tool for the right job.
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