A few weeks I had a great engagement photography session down in Epping Forest with Laura and Chris who are getting married in July this year.
I hadn't been shooting in Epping Forest before so scouted a couple of locations beforehand via good old Google Maps - it turned out to be a great combination of a forest stroll in the trees and then a sunset walk around a lake. Beautiful place and well worth a visit if you haven't been there before!
Can't wait for their wedding in a couple of months time!
Check out a few images from the shoot below.
Wow - what a location for an engagement shoot! When the groom-to-be knows people at Downing College in Cambridge and could get us permission to shoot there, we jumped at the chance.
It was great to meet up with Michaela and Harry for a couple of hours again and have a good chat while taking in the delights of the college grounds. Their big day is at the end of September and the plans are coming along nicely.
I love shooting at any of the Cambridge colleges and this certainly didn't disappoint - awesome backdrops everywhere and, when you have such naturals as this lovely couple, it was easy to get some great images from our time there!
Please do take a look through a selection below...
I've known Jaturong and Emma for a few years now so it's going to be brilliant shooting their wedding in June!
A couple of weekends ago it was time for their engagement shoot and we headed off into Cambridge to shoot around The Backs and Fen Causeway - a great area of the city with lots of different locations to use.
Here's a selection of images from the session below - now looking forward to the big day in a few weeks!
Before each wedding season begins, I take time to look back at the previous year and ask myself what I would like to improve on. Is that because I think I did a bad job? - no, of course not and my feedback from all my couples reminds me of just that.
I am a constructive person by nature and will continuously look to improve everything about my business and one thing I love to take on is training sessions from other photographers. There's always something new to learn - new techniques, new posing, new technology, new editing methods and more.
As you'll see from the images below, I enjoy using dynamic lighting to create 'wow' shots for my couples and constantly push for new ideas around this.
So, this year, I've decided to train with one of the best, most sought after wedding photographers in the UK if not the world - Brett Harkness.
View for yourself here - Brett Harkness Weddings - and you'll see why Brett's work is inspiring to many photographers and why I'm so looking forward to learning from him! The tagline from his site and the title of this post - "Learn from the best..." - I can't wait.
Thanks for reading.
2016 was another amazing year of weddings for me - shooting all around the east of England again.
I've had the pleasure of working at some awesome venues that I hadn't shot at before while also returning to the amazing Kings College twice more during the year - you just can't stop loving the backdrop of Kings College Chapel while seeing the love between two people!
And of course, I got to be part of the big day for some beautiful couples again and their families and friends - always reminding me of why I love this job.
Take a look below for a storyboard of some of my 2016 weddings from the preparation through to the big finishes!
For a video version that also shows how your own wedding slideshow could look, click through to here - Best of 2016 on Vimeo
I have a few dates left in 2017 and am booking up fast for 2018 so if you or anyone you know is recently engaged, please do get in touch or share this with them.
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