UK Chinese Pre Wedding Shoot

I was contacted by Josh & Li as they were in the midst of planning their wedding abroad.  They wanted to celebrate their engagement and share images with family and friends before the wedding – and also have images displayed on for guests to see.

We discussed several locations for the shoot and decided on Kielder which is one of the UK’s most beautiful and scenic places to visit.

Pre-wedding shoots are a great way to get a feel for being in front of the camera before the big day.  They’re very relaxed and simple.  Li, Josh and I just had a really lovely morning wandering round Kielder reservoir and stopping to take a few pictures along the way.

Despite the weather not being particularly sunny, we were still blessed with clear skies and Josh and Li just made the most of being together.  You may think it looks like a styled shoot – it most certainly isn’t!  Josh and Li just wanted to really make the images something special by dressing for the occasion – and check out the flowers made by one of their friends!

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Pre-wedding shoots

If you are thinking about a pre-wedding shoot before you get married abroad, or you are looking for the perfect wedding photographer for your wedding in the UK or overseas, please do get in touch to chat and check availability – I’d love to hear from you!

I specialise in creative and natural story-telling with a focus on great light, composition and authentic moments.  Wedding photography doesn’t have to be forced – it should capture the natural unfolding of the day and tell the story of what really happened.  This also means that you won’t feel as though I’m there.  Yes, I’ll be with you and capturing each moment – but I will blend in so seamlessly, it will be as if I were a guest with a camera.  I want you to look back on real memories and moments – nothing staged or cheesy!

Check out my recent post featuring some of my work from last year.