Wedding photography review 2015
It’s been a bit quiet around here but I’ve been glad of the well earned rest over winter. I do love photographing winter weddings but you have to have an element of luck with the weather and we certainly got that back in December with Danielle & Darren’s Heaton House Farm wedding. It might have been cold up in the Cheshire hills and it went dark before 4pm but it was dry and Danielle was not put off and we had a great time wandering around the private gardens and land. The photos were so good (even if I say so myself) Heaton House Farm want to use them in their advertising.
In January it was off up to t’hlls in Rochdale for Kim & Chris’s Masonic Hall wedding and again the rain played ball and left us alone but blimey was it cold at St Paul’s church in Norden. It was set high above the village like something out of a Bronte novel and the wind was howling. Kim must have been frozen when she got out of the car as the path upto the church seems to go on forever. We even managed a few shots outside the church and at Rochdale Masonic Hall before retreating to the warmth of the reception area.
The wedding season is nearly upon us and coming up next month is a lovely little Stockport Town Hall wedding with the Bride & Groom, two witnesses and me! Then also this year there’s Peckforton Castle which will be as stunning as ever. You might remember my last visit to Peckforton last year with Claire & Darren, the weather so kind and we didn’t manage to get any outdoor shots at all so fingers crossed that won’t happen this time. Other highlights include the Alderley Edge Hotel and Styal Lodge so keep checking the blog as things are starting happen again.
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