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A few pictures from our photowalk we called Katerina and balloons along the river Avon near Salisbury, Wiltshire. Handling these two (Katerina and Sharik the dog) while trying to take pictures was not the easiest task. But it worked, I think. And this can be a good reminder of our great offer of 50% discounted family and children’s photo walks on week days. Feel free to ask about details via email or just stop by at our studio at Fisherton Mill, Salisbury.
Our ever popular short family photowalk in Regent’s Park, London! This time it is just for mum and a little daughter, but aren’t they beautiful? Next time we will do photowalk with all their family!
Sometime we just walk/run around. Sometimes we’re climbing the trees. Sometimes we are playing at playgrounds. Sometimes… we grow up.
Remember, if you want a memory of how your child looked at any age – take a picture. Print the picture. Keep it…
This is a one of our children’s photo walks at the Primrose Hill Park in London.
These are just a few pictures from our recent free pre-wedding photo shoot in Royal Victoria Park near Southampton, Hampshire. I will keep most of this shoot on our local Salisbury website so you can see more pictures in colour via this link.
It was a friendly family photowalk with mum and child in Regents Park, London. We have spent all morning in Russian Gymnasium and then went for some fresh air.
Sasha (the mum) was featured a couple of times in our blog, but it was not particularly personal 🙂 We have changed our approach and taken a few pictures during a joint families walk in the park
Some time ago we have had a pre-wedding photosession near Rode in Somerset. Steph and Ollie booked their wedding long ago, and the choice of the location was quite obvious as one parents family live nearby. The route along river Frome is well used by the couple as they often walk their two dogs there. As it happened in the spring after terrible winter flooding just disappeared, we had to use wellies to walk around and the whole outfit was not particularly smart – rather rural! Dogs helped to keep atmosphere of the photoshoot relaxed and funny so we have had a good chat about everything including coming wedding. Especially interesting was to find out that it’s going to be a proper military wedding with servicemen wearing ceremonial uniform, swords etc. And once it’s put in specific location, like Orchardleigh House mansion near Frome, it should produce stunning images. Having been there just a few days ago for final meeting with Bride and Groom I can see that it will be one of the most interesting weddings I’ve had an honor to photograph so far…
But let’s keep it low until the wedding day, and for now I will share a few excerpts from that spring pre-wedding photoshoot.
A brief story about Katerina and Scooter. Once Katerina learned how to use her new toy (present from our friends, who know what they doing) I’ve been waiting for a moment to take a few pictures of that. The moment came in Salisbury when it was half- submerged by unheard level of flood. Well, unheard of in last 20-50 years. Plus it happened at the last hour or so of daylight… Anyway, she’s good in any light! 🙂
That was a brilliant day for a pre-wedding photoshoot in Winchester, Hampshire! Warm enough, sunny, with a bit of wind – what else can photographer wish for. Especially with such a lively and young couple like Rachael and Matthew…
We have spent just a bit over an hour walking near Winchester Cathedral and along the river. This is another interesting and picturesque route that can be recommended to anyone who wants some good photo settings or just a simple walk. Mixture of ancient architecture and natural features makes it suitable for any type of photoshoot. Wedding itself will take place in Winchester as well, so more proper wedding photo in Winchester to follow!
Pre-Wedding photoshoot (aka engagement photoshoot) normally happen in a good weather as both parties (photographer and clients) are still flexible enough to postpone. But sometimes time getting tight and photoshoot happens independently on weather. On this day we did not have any rain, but it was so cold and windy for the time of the year… Nevertheless we made it! Richard and Kirsty bravely walked through one hour sub-zero temperature photo session in Blaise Castle Park, Bristol.This is a very nice park for a walk in summer, I put it on my map of places to return for more photoshoots in future.
Another pre-wedding photoshoot that has taken place at the lake Shearwater near Warminster, Wiltshire. We were blessed with a break between rainy days and we even did not need an umbrella, which is quite amazing! Neil and Annette were absolutely natural and easy to work with so you probably can see it from photographs. Oscar the dog played quite an important role as well by helping to make things unofficial and relaxed. He would be present on every picture if I would not have obligations to his masters… 🙂
We will have a real wedding photography session soon in July so I’m looking forward to work with this couple again. Watch this space, they are going to look stunning in wedding outfits!
Below are an excerpts from this photowalk and whole gallery at the bottom. Feel free to leave a couple of words as a feedback…