I think it is fairly safe to say that Darryl was quite comfortable in front of the camera, and whilst Coral was a little more nervous to begin with it didn’t take her long to get in to the swing of things and have some fun.
I don’t think Heather will mind me saying that she was terribly nervous to begin with, but keeping it relaxed and taking our time she soon got into it. By the end she was really enjoying the session and I think that it will really help when it comes to the big day.
After having a grey day for the engagement session I knew Nikki and Dave would be fine whatever the weather on their wedding day. As it turned out, they had a bit of everything, sun and showers, clouds and a breeze, but it was still a perfect day.
The memorial park in Basingstoke has quite a variety of locations to use. It would be a shame not to take advantage of everything it has to offer, but time limited us to just a small area. Which gives us lots of other options if we should do another session in the future.
Wasn’t long ago I photographed the engagement session with Tina and Mike. That was fun and I figured the wedding would be too – and it certainly was! It was one of those occasions where nothing could spoil the day.
Had a really fun engagement session with Tina and Mike on Saturday. We met at Foster Gardens in Gosport and spent about an hour together. For a small park we managed to get quite a lot of variety using the arbours, pond, flower beds and trees.
On a scouting mission for an upcoming wedding. The church at Idsworth is – quite literally – in the middle of a field. Other than a narrow path the whole field has been ploughed. Wonder what will be growing here in spring…