Wedding Photographer Hedsor House
Jill & Paul’s amazing wedding at Hedsor House
It was a warm summer’s day at Hedsor House and the scene was set for Jill and Paul’s wedding. As a wedding photographer Hedsor House, I have a lot of experience in shooting there. On this occasion I had my friend Mark Wallis shooting with me. Our styles mix together so well and we shoot at lot of weddings together if the couple want to have two photographers. It’s great if you have a large number of guests or if you want two people in two different places at the same time.
One thing Jill and Paul were keen on was having a fun relaxed day. A day not to be dictated by lots and lots of formal pictures. So most of the coverage here is completely unposed. We did do a few portraits and groups but these were shot quickly, so as to not to dictate the day. The whole aim here is to give the clients a story of their wedding that they can look back on, which isn’t dictated by the photographer. It’s all about capturing the fun you had with your friends and family.
Andy from Caper & Berry catering goes over the plans.
Jill looked fantastic in her elegant gown.
The beautiful bridal suit at Hedsor House is so perfect for bridal portraits.
Jill makes her entrance into St Nicholas’s church
The speeches were held outside. I think this is a great idea, especially for pictures. It was easy to walk around the scene and pick out interesting angles and reactions.
Couple listen to speech.
What Jill and Paul said when they received their wedding photographs.
“A massive thanks to Kerry and her colleague Mark who also joined her to photograph our wedding. Both were utterly professional, they took the time to find out exactly what we were after, then blended into the background on the day, capturing some fantastic natural-looking shots.
For the formal shots, they used their evident experience and talent to find perfect backdrops and advise us on how to pose, resulting in fantastic photos. I knew from the previous shots on the website we’d get some great looking photographs but I hadn’t appreciated how great Kerry would be at guiding us through all the little things (like how two people hold a knife to make the cake cutting shots look good, and how to fight the natural urge to look down when people are throwing confetti at you!). Thanks again for capturing wonderful memories of our special day.”
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