Dawn and Richard.
We like travelling all over the country to cover someone’s special day, but it’s nice when a wedding is on your doorstep. The village of Kingsclere is a 5 minute drive from where we are based, yet it was the first time we shot a wedding there. I love it when a church has a balcony, as it’s a wonderful angle to capture the bride’s arrival. Dawn exercised her prerogative to arrive “a tad late” with her Dad but they charmed the vicar and it was such a wonderful service. Church readings don’t normally get laughs but this one did.
Wedding photography at Sandford Springs Golf Club meant a few images around the course. Dawn and Richard couldn’t wait to jump into a buggy and drive around the course. We had such fun shooting natural images as they enjoyed some time together away from all the madness.
To keep our approach fresh we always like to try new ways of shooting images. If you’re reading through the blog posts, you’ll see that we’ve shot a lot of sunsets this year. But the sunset at Dawn and Richard’s wedding is one of my favourites.