wedding photographer warbrook house
17 October 2019

Wedding Photography Warbrook House

Another fun day of wedding photography at Warbrook house. The wedding ceremony was at the Christ Church in Fleet, a wonderful service ands ome really emotional readings during the ceremony and during the day you could tell how popular Dian and Graham are amongst their friends but also how much love their friends and family have for them. A truly nice couple who were also very attentive that I had been looked after and fed (which I was and I thank Warbrook House very much for their top service!) during the day and always making sure their guests were having fun.

wedding photography Denbies Wine Estate Dorking
17 August 2019

Wedding Photography Denbies Wine Estate

Wedding Photography at Denbies Wine Estate is always a pleasure, more and more couples are choosing Denbies Wine Estate as their venue. Set in the heart of the Sussex Hills near Dorking, Denbies Wine Estate is a 265-acre working vineyard, which means it doesn’t just offer the chance for a unique wedding day, but also provides some fantastic opportunities for your wedding photographer to take some very special photos. Denbies Wine Estate has stunning backdrops for your wedding photographer to use and create memorable and breath-taking pictures include the heart of the vineyard, surrounded by the lush, healthy vines the cloisters courtyard and pavilion, which offers a beautiful oportunity when lit at night to get some really nice images. The atmospheric vaulted cellars, which can be lit by candles eanbling wedding photos to be taken by the oak casks In order to really get the most out of your wedding photography at Denbies Wine Estate it’s a good idea to check whether they’ve worked at the venue before, as this will mean they can give you ideas about the kinds of photographs that work well. It will also mean your wedding photos will be exactly how you had hoped.

17 August 2019

Wedding Photography Warbrook House

Wedding photography at Warbook House: Becky & Greg came to the shop last year with regards to me photographing and videoing their wedding at De Vere Venue Warbrook House in Evereley. After having a great chat about what they were looking for they decided to book. What a glorious August day we had for Becky & Greg’s wedding. Myself and Clive were made very welcome by Becky and her bridal attendants during the preparation photography. As always, we are totally non-intrusive and simply shoot the scenes as we see them, capturing the fun and spontaneity of the day. The girls had a giggle and helped each other get ready before I headed over to the other side of the hotel where Greg and his groomsmen were preparing for the ceremony. We’ve photographed lots of weddings at Warbrook House and so have agreat rapport with the staff and registrars who are always extremely welcoming. The wedding proceeded and both Becky & Greg looked amazing in their wedding attire. After moving out onto the forecourt for confetti with the guests we shot the group shots having alot of fun with the ladies hats blowing off in the strong wind. We are constantly looking for fun, eye contact, laughter and emotion and this wedding was full of it in abundance. After the group shots we got into the buggy and toured the grounds capturing some really romantic and truly stunning photographs After the wedding breakfast we captured some very memorable speeches.The cake cutting followed by first dance were caught prefectly...lots of love and emotion! Weddings at Warbook House are ones I’ll certainly be looking forward to in the future. If you are considering getting married and would like a relaxed wedding photographer or wedding videographer at Warbrook House then please don’t hesitate to contact us, our shop is nearby in Farnborough.

wedding photography warbrook house
10 August 2019

wedding photography warbrook houserook House

Wedding videography at Warbook House: Becky & Gregs wedding videogrpahy Warbrook House in the Grade I listed mansion set in 130 acres of gardens and woodland was a joy, we used the buggy to goto all the little hideaways Warbrook has to offer and got some amazing video footage throughout the day from the bridal suite at Warbrook upto including their first dance. They had a long film of theday edited to sound as recorded and we alos produced a lovely short film edited to Bruce Springsteen No Love..There certainly was alot of Love at the happy couple wedding as their wedding video shows If you are considering getting married and would like a relaxed wedding photographer or wedding videogrpaher at Warbrook House then please don’t hesitate to contact us, our shop is nearby in Farnborough.

wedding photography Highfield Park
26 June 2019

Wedding Photography Highfield Park

The bride Diana was getting ready in the dual aspect split-level bridal suite at Highfield Park situated at the top corner of the building is ideal for the bride to get ready before the wedding ceremony, we took an amzing shot of her stunning dress hanging from the rails above. When we finished taking wonderful bridal prep shots the day really heated up! 35 degress was bikini weather not formal attire! The weather was amazing but HOT, Diana and her party made their way accros the hotel to St Michael’s church in Heckfield. This is literally 2 minutes walk from Highfield Park. I do like a church wedding, that shot exchanging their wedding rings is priceless. Churches are usually somewhat more restrictive for wedding photography than a hotel. St Michael’s Church is fine though. The vicar ran through the usual restrictions which we worked to with no problem and great emotional photos were had of the service itself went without a hitch and then we moved outside to take a few shots before moving to Highfield Park. This is always a nice time as there is a natural high following the service. Trying to arrange a few organised shots proved quite challenging because of the church bells! Immediately after the ceremony (well, once the bride and groom had emerged from the church to a barrage of confetti) we returned to the hotel as we had a pretty tight turnaround between wedding and wedding breakfast. We still managed despite the extreme heat to squeeze in drinks and canapes, as well as a large group photos of all of the guests, though before everyone was ushered into the main dining room, which was to remain the focus for the rest of the day’s events. Happily however, and despite the heat and reports of thunderstorms, we were able to make good use of the extensive and beautifully-kept grounds front and back, not least the gentle hill on which the hotel sits with its views back across what must be most of Hampshire. Amongst these beautiful corners around the venue one space in particular stands out head and shoulders above the rest; the Folly. I already knew that this was high on Diana and Davids list of priorities for the couple photos, and they had gone to a whole load of extra trouble decorating it up for the occasion. It looked absolutely fantastic, and I understand that it’s also licensed for outdoor marriages which is a bit of a rarity in the UK, so well worth keeping that one up your sleeve if that’s on your wedding wish-list! We finshed the shot with some amazing sunset photographs at Highfield Park...Great day!

Wedding Photographer Rhinefield Court
15 June 2019

Wedding Photographer Rhinefield Court

Rhinefield House Wedding Photography. I felt very privileged to be chosen as Hui and Tony’s Rhinefield House wedding photographer. It was a small intimate wedding for close friends and family. They booked me for only a few hours coverage with no bridal prep or dancing. So my task was to create a story from the start of the ceremony through to the speeches, which were held during a high tea for the guests, in the gardens at Rhinefield. Of course I also took some relaxed couple portraits and group photos for them. But as always, I keep these very simple and don’t drag my couples away from their guests for too long. I’d rather they were enjoying their wedding day rather than being with me having their picture taken in any kind of posed way. The weather was amazing, the sun was shining brightly and it was really hot and sunny. Made it a bit of a challenge for the cameras during the ceremony, as the couple are in full shade, whereas the guests and scenery are in full sunshine. One of those days where I wished I had a Nikon D850 to hand, rather than my trusty Nikon D750’s. But, I love the Nikons’s, they’ve served me very well and are so quiet to use, they don’t disturb the ceremony at all. Meaning I can remain as unobtrusive as possible as I shoot. I particularly love the couple portraits I took of Emma & Andy. I wanted to get them out of the harsh sunlight and away from the guests for a bit of privacy for 5 minutes, so took advantage of the covered walkway to the side of the gardens. The light worked perfectly. I still can’t make up my mind which of the portraits I prefer – they are all great. It felt strange leaving the wedding after the speeches, but luckily I managed to get a few shots of the couple and their guests enjoying games in the gardens. They were clearly having fun and that’s essentially what a wedding should all be about.

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12 June 2019

Wedding Photography Northbrook Park

Rhinefield House Wedding Photography I felt very privileged to be chosen as Hui and Tony’s Rhinefield House wedding photographer. It was a small intimate wedding for close friends and family. They booked me for only a few hours coverage with no bridal prep or dancing. So my task was to create a story from the start of the ceremony through to the speeches, which were held during a high tea for the guests, in the gardens at Rhinefield. Of course I also took some relaxed couple portraits and group photos for them. But as always, I keep these very simple and don’t drag my couples away from their guests for too long. I’d rather they were enjoying their wedding day rather than being with me having their picture taken in any kind of posed way. The weather was amazing, the sun was shining brightly and it was really hot and sunny. Made it a bit of a challenge for the cameras during the ceremony, as the couple are in full shade, whereas the guests and scenery are in full sunshine. One of those days where I wished I had a Nikon D850 to hand, rather than my trusty Nikon D750’s. But, I love the Nikons’s, they’ve served me very well and are so quiet to use, they don’t disturb the ceremony at all. Meaning I can remain as unobtrusive as possible as I shoot. I particularly love the couple portraits I took of Emma & Andy. I wanted to get them out of the harsh sunlight and away from the guests for a bit of privacy for 5 minutes, so took advantage of the covered walkway to the side of the gardens. The light worked perfectly. I still can’t make up my mind which of the portraits I prefer – they are all great. It felt strange leaving the wedding after the speeches, but luckily I managed to get a few shots of the couple and their guests enjoying games in the gardens. They were clearly having fun and that’s essentially what a wedding should all be about.

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8 June 2019

Wedding Photographer Wisley RHS Gardens

Wedding Photography at Wisley RHS Gardens
RHS Wisley gardens famous for its beautiful flower displays and its butterfly house, also opens its doors to be a stunning wedding venue in Surrey. Able to provide numerous unique hideaway backdrops that make for fantastic wedding photography that you won’t get anywhere else. We had the great pleasure of photographing Hannah and Jacks's wedding here. We were able to enjoy the fantastic lighting within the great glasshouse with the capacity to seat up to 200 guests. All areas are easily accessible making it a great joy for wedding photography and wedding videography. This tremendous space made it great for taking all the group shots without having to worry about the heavens opening up and spoiling the day. The garden itself was a joy to take photos in many different styles and to take those all important natural shots.