It’s great when a plan comes together. We had agreed to meet Ian & Lindsay late in the afternoon so that we would be able to shoot their Pre Wedding photoshoot in the early evening light. It is an accepted photographic principle that the best light is either early in the morning or late in the afternoon and early evening. It seems to take on a magical quality and this transferred itself to this very much in love couple as they were bathed in golden sunlight. They are both Teachers so full respect to them, it isn’t a job I would like to tackle these days! The Wedding itself will be held later this year at The Inn On The Lake Ullswater Cumbria. A fantastic location and where we met Ian and Lindsay to start off this pre wedding, moving on up to Troutbeck to catch the last of daylight. A few days after the shoot we received this email from them both: ‘We had a great evening on the photo shoot and believe me I am camera shy! The photos are looking great though. I think this is more to do with Steve and Ruth’s professionalism and skill rather than anything else. I would recommend Steve and Ruth to anyone, they are a lovely, friendly couple and they made us feel extremely relaxed, we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves even though I was dreading the camera. I usually look terrible in photos so I am over the moon with the results. Only problem is I like far too many of them. How does one choose? Can’t wait for the wedding and I now don’t have to worry about the photos as I know they will be absolutely fabulous! Thanks again. Lindsay and Ian’. It was our pleasure and thank you for the very encouraging comments.
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There is nowhere better to photograph Couples than the Lake District, especially when the weather is in our favour as it was on Saturday morning when we took this Pre Wedding photoshoot of Katie and Michael. They had lots of fun and so did we, especially when they both got in the Tarn up to their armpits almost! Needless to say after that happened the morning came to a close and we all walked back to the cars, with water dripping off Katie and Michael all the way back. The whole idea of the pre wedding shoot is to get to know each other better, which we certainly did, and get some cool shots for the couple to choose a Signature Board from. The backdrop at Tarn Hows is really special and hopefully you will agree we were able to capture this for them.
That’s it in March for Ruth and I, however we start early again in April with another Pre Wedding Shoot and another photographic assignment I am not able to divulge at this time, but will I am sure be of great interest when we are able to Blog it later in the month. Got your interest? Hope so. If you would like to see our dedicated Wedding Photography website then click on this link www.schtuff.com
A typical Lake District afternoon greeted us when we met up with Thomas and Tash but we still managed to find some great locations for their Pre Wedding Photoshoot. We started out in Brathay and drove round the lanes looking for sheltered positions where we were able to jump out of the car and set up the shots. As the afternoon moved on the rain eased off and we found ourselves in Skelwith Bridge, using the slate yard and buildings for the backdrops. If you would like to see more of their photoshoot then go to our dedicated Wedding Photography website at www.schtuff.com.