Tuesday, 2 December 2008

Geoff and Julias winter wedding in Bristol

Photographing weddings here on my own turf is always a joy! Geoff and Julia's wedding was shared with a select group of close family and friends, an intimate and very special wedding. The ceremony was at Hotel Du Vin in Bristol, followed by a brisk (well it was cold!) walk around the docks, then on to The Old Passage Inn (a fantastic fish restaurant).

Winter weddings are however not without difficulty. This wedding took place at the beautiful Hotel Du Vin in the city centre. A great venue for a wedding but the dinning hall has no windows only lit by candle light. Armed with my new Nikon D700 (along with my usual D2x) I feel I really put it though it's paces with the challenge of photographing with so little light. My conclusion is that Nikon has yet again brought us an outstanding camera, even on film speeds as low as 3200 iso I was able to make images that will print up well.... (well see what you think...).

To Geoff and Julia: I trust you are having a great time away and I look forward very much to seeing you on your return , Morag x

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Friday, 14 November 2008

Long time no post.....

I seem to have neglected my blog of late.... We have been very busy here with shoots and growing into the new studio (well not so new as we have now been here a year). I will fill you in soon, but for now at least a wedding!

There photographs are from my first visit to Sir Christoper Wrens House Hotel in Windsor, I hope you enjoy.

More posts to follow soon.......

A winter wedding

Despite Wind and rain Dan and Kathryn had a wonderful wedding in the beautiful surroundings of Sir Christopher Wrens House, Windsor, which is now a sumptuous spa and hotel overlooking the Thames River. Here are just a few of their wedding photographs: