When I arrived at the house photograph the Mark and his best man getting ready for the wedding, I was not overly surprised to be greeted by a rather sleepy best man and the news that the Groom was still in bed and had little or no recollection of the arrangements for me to come and photograph the preparations before the wedding.
Having already been to the church and taken some photographs of the church the extra hour and a half gave me enough time to head a few miles down the road and take some interesting photographs of the local Rail Freight Terminal (well it was to far to go home and I could not think of anything else to do on a Saturday morning with two canon cameras and an hour and a half of free time).
The church was a beautiful old building, but the Vicar wanted me to stand either one side or the other; One side I would have had the bride and groom with their backs to me, on the other I would have the Bride’s father with his back to me but the Bride and Groom would almost be in profile; so I chose the other. Unfortunately after the Father of the Bride gave his daughter in marriage the Vicar neglected to tell him to be seated and he stood for the rest of the service obscuring my view of the happy couple and thereby limiting the photographs of the wedding ceremony.
Still as they say 'all is well that ends well' and with the sunshine the day could not have been better for the happy couple. Brownsover Hall Hotel is a Grade II listed Victorian Gothic mansion nestling in 7 acres of woodland and garden. This magnificent building has a dramatic red interior with sweeping staircase. Brownsover Hall Hotel is the perfect venue for your Wedding as not only is it a beautiful, charming and historic property but we also offer a professional and dedicated team.
Capture the moment and save the memory, that is what photography does time and time again.
From photographing weddings and events, we will capture you day through the lens of the camera.
My first wedding photography was when I was 17 years of age. Both the equipment has change over time as has my style and ability. Photography has been a passion for over 30 years. In fact probably over 40 years, but 30 since I purchased my first SLR Camera. It was a Richo XR7 and at the time it was a top of the rage camera. Now I shoot with the Canon 5D Mk ii.
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