Monday, 29 June 2009

Three Days In Yorkshire

We spent a very pleasant three days working in Yorkshire covering an Sikh wedding. I have posted a few images here but due to the nature of our clients work we have been asked not to post any actual images of them or their guest. These are just to give a flavour of what we have been doing and show the fantastic canvas we had to work with.


This was our first Sikh wedding and we really enjoyed the experience and the food!!



The actual wedding took place in Sheffield followed by a new reception venue for us, Hodsock Priory


Hodsock is stunning and we loved the place. Superb grounds and a simply fantastic architecture. Check out their web site, its really interesting.

From a photography point of view we had a ball for three full days and came away with some great images. The weather was fantastic on all three days which made things so much more pleasant for everyone.

The year continues to keep nice and busy and after a rare weekend off we are ready for the busy months of July and August. Both Stephanie and myself have some training clients booked in for July and we are really looking foreward to working with some really great new delegates. Due to the high volume of weddings this year we have not yet organised any group training days however, we have some planned later in the year. Instead we are concentrating on bespoke one 2 one sessions. So if you are interested in learning more about any aspect of photography or need help with your photography business please do contact us directly or via our training website

Thats all for now off to meet some clients for a pre wedding shoot and it looks nice and sunny out there!!


Jonny Draper Photography said...

Sounds great Steve! Love the detail images - shame you can't show any more from the wedding, would have loved to have seen the full story!


Flower Design Jane said...

I love these images particularly the one of the hands, sooo beautiful

ABC Video Blog said...

What a difference to the traditional white or cream...really vibrant colours :-)

Rima (Occasion Photography) said...

These are lovely shots, well done!