Sheila and Peter are getting married later this month, so we set up a pre-wedding portrait shoot or engagement shoot near London Eye. They very much like the London landmark – so we started their portraits there and progressed along the south bank for some casual photographs of the two of them. Both work in a jewellers, so a photograph of Sheila’s ring was a must.
I’ve finished editing Liz & Craig’s engagement portraits from Brighton and here are my remaining favourites. I hope these portraits will help them keep the Brighton vibe until their wedding there in September next year. I especially like the deckchair ones because Liz and Craig said they imagined being an old couple one day, holding hands on the pier.
Yesterday’s engagement portraits with London couple Craig and Liz were in Brighton – one of their favourite places and somewhere they steal away when they can.Â They wanted to show the fun in their relationship – hence meeting on Brighton Pier. Here is a preview of three – more to come next week when all the portraits have been edited.
I had the pleasure of meeting clients Becky & Tom today, who are getting married early in February. Their fave London bridge is Waterloo, so we met there for their engagement portrait session, wandering up to Covent Garden. By this time, the sun was disappearing so we needed other light sources for our shoot. I asked if they were up for the merry-go-round and … you can see the results.
We also sorted out some other spots for “playtime” on the day of their wedding. We’re planning on revisiting Waterloo Bridge and Covent Garden, which is just near their reception venue. I should probably explain that “playtime” is a term for when clients and I find spots with good light and background. They get centre stage where they can be directed or sometimes they just pretend that I’m not even there. It’s usually great fun for all of us and we get some special images.