I met up with Sue and Rich at Farley Mount near Winchester for their pre-wedding portraits last week. Oh how I love summer evenings and the beautiful golden sunlight, which is all a bit flary and ethereal. The yellow fields of oilseed rape made a really vibrant backdrop for the photos, and I’ve been aiming to do some photos here each year and never managed to schedule anything in so I am well pleased we found this spot. Here’s hoping for another gorgeous sunny day for their Botleigh Grange wedding this weekend.
Gordon and Lisa get married this weekend in Surrey. We met up a week or so ago to finalise plans for the day and take a few pre-wedding portraits around Farnham near to the Bush hotel where they will have their reception.
Becky and Chris are getting married at Stanwell House in Lymington in the New Forest next month. We had a little wander down to the quayside in Lymington for some pre-wedding photos by the sea, and the erm… public toilets. Becky & Chris are a lot of fun, I’m looking forward to their Spring wedding.
Lymington Wedding Photographer- Amy Wass: firstname.lastname@example.org
I love Brighton and it was brilliant to get down the coast and meet up with Mark and Suzie for their engagement photos on the beach and iconic Brighton pier. As a photographer I love the locations on offer in Brighton, from the funky lanes of quirky, alternative shops, interesting buildings and graffiti walls, the surreal pavilion and the beach and pier with the kitsch seaside feel. Suzie and Mark are getting married at the Hotel Du Vin in Brighton, a modern boutique hotel tucked away just off the famous seafront promenade. Think they did pretty well in front of the camera, we had a fun little stroll, and hoping we can get back down to the beach for their wedding photos in October.
Just getting around to blogging these photos from a recent model shoot with the Southern Strobist flickr group. Luci has a great alternative look with fantastic red hair and just check out those boots- The perfect look to try out something a bit creative. These are shot in a tunnel with colour gelled flashes creating the background. Shooting ‘Time for Print’ sessions with aspiring models is great for expanding the portfolio of both parties and I get to try out some stuff I wouldn’t normally be able to do on a wedding day. (Though if you want something a bit more funky for your wedding pics I amvery up for it!)