A couple months ago, I met up with the delightful Emma and Brad at the Whipsnade Tree Cathedral. The Tree Cathedral was planted in 1930 after the First World War in the spirit of ‘faith, hope and reconciliation’. It made for a quiet, peaceful and beautiful backdrop for a pre-wedding shoot. The pair of them really value photography and so they were looking forward to their shoot. We had such a laugh and really enjoyed working together. A pre-wedding shoot is great to get to see how couples are in front of the camera and it can really help me make sure I get the best out of their bridal portrait time on their wedding day.
Brad and Emma are very natural in front of the camera and I think that shines through in their images. They are getting married this Sunday at Dodford Manor in Northamptonshire and have so many lovely things planned for their day. I really can’t wait to see them both again and capture their day as it unfolds.
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