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Wedding Pianist

Its always nice to support a fellow Wedding supplier, well the good ones anyway lol

So here’s a few photos for a lovely chap and great pianist in Peter from a recent Broadoaks Wedding we both attended with me as their preferred Broadoaks Wedding Photographer 🙂

You can find out more details and samples of Peter playing here… http://lakesweddingmusic.com/

Lake District Wedding Photographer

David

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Lake District Wedding Photographer

Broadoaks Wedding Photographer

Wedding Photographer at Broadoaks

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Broadoaks Wedding Photography

Broadoaks Wedding Photography

A VERY late Broadoaks Wedding Ceremony meant this couple’s B&G session in the grounds was already after sunset, and lets say ‘challenging’ lol. That said it gave the wonderful opportunity to include some of the new lighting features of Broadoaks Country House Hotel too, where the overall colour outside can be made to suit pretty much any colour scheme the couple chooses

So just because its getting dark doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t have great photos outside, it just means I have to push the cameras’ abilities somewhat – oh and run around like a madman to work SUPER quickly lol

Jennifer & Gordon’s dogs featured heavily here, named George & Mildred, and sadly George won’t be with them much longer due to inoperable brain tumours

So if you do have a pooch or two, please bring them along and make your photos extra special as our furry friends aren’t around that long, and Broadoaks is definitely a dog pooch friendly  Wedding venue

Here’s a selection of their Wedding Photos to give you a ‘taste’ of a Broadoaks’ Winter Wedding

Super Wedding Photography at Broadoaks Country House Hotel

Broadoaks Wedding Photography

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NEW document Covers

NEW Covers for Lake District & Broadoaks Wedding Photographer

I’m delighted to show my NEW Covers for my March 2019 onwards “Fee Schedule” and my ever popular (and 36 page long !!!) HELP document as a “Wedding Day Guide to Timings”

Its such an honour to have been chosen by so many couples as their Lake District Wedding Photographer that I really struggled to choose what photos to go where in these designs

And I look forward to having a problem choosing for my March 2020 Covers too lol !!!

Roll on 2019 – we’re already 5 Weddings in and with Bookings being taken every week too its going to be another hugely fun & successful year 🙂

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Leeds Canal Photowalk

Leeds Canal Walkabout

Being a Lake District Wedding Photographer is a HUGE privilege of course, but what do you do when you’re not actually shooting a Wedding for a couple of weeks?

Go practice of course !!!

Which is exactly what my recent Leeds Canal Photowalk was all about – to both develop ‘seeing’ and also testing my use of a common & commonly ignored lens, the 50mm

Often referred to as the ‘nifty fifty’, its one of the cheapest lenses you can buy and has a field of view similar to that of the human eye. For many, this makes is an unimpressive focal length and so its widely ignored, yet it can offer so much if you just take time to get used to it

For this Photowalk I had no preconceptions at all (always the better way to start in my opinion), but I had limited myself to using only one aperture setting at f2.2

f2.2 gives a very limited ‘Depth of Field’ (DoF), a photography term for how much is clearly in sharp focus, so a limited DoF pretty much means only the main subject is sharp and everything in front or behind can be blurred, often extremely blurred. This is one of our tools for making sure the viewer knows what we feel is the most important element in the photo, and it helps by effectively removing other elements which could be distracting

Please let me know if you fancy joining me on a future Photowalk, but for now let’s jump straight into the photos 🙂

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Broadoaks Winter Wedding 2

Starting off 2019 as a Broadoaks Wedding Photographer was awesome of course with 2 Weddings within a week of each other, but what was also awesome was in Booking 6 Weddings that first week with 4 of them were also to be at Broadoaks !!!

For Jess & John’s Wedding I started off shooting Jess and her mini factory of Bridesmaids at a local house they’d rented in Windermere, before heading off to shoot a rather emotional John too at Broadoaks

Now of course all Wedding Ceremonies are emotional, sometimes the odd tear, sometimes many a tear, but this one had FLOODS of them!

3 readings all created tears, there were tears on entry and tears of joy – in fact it was such an emotional Ceremony even I had a tear !!!

Although it was another grey day, and with some drizzle, Jess & John were determined to get the photos they wanted outside and Hypothermia be damned! Once the Groups were done I actually sent them back inside to warm up as there’s nothing attractive about a cold-blue skinned Bride lol

Pre-planning for mud had Jess in wellies and we had a great session in the grounds, with only speeches and dancing to follow

A beautiful Wedding which allowed me to create some beautiful photos too – their album is going to be stunning 🙂

In a break from my ‘Facebook’ tradition of a max of just 42 photos I decided to post a whole lot more here, around 100 of them in fact, and while that may seem a lot as you scroll through its less than a 1/5th of what I delivered for them – so they will have OODLES of memories to look back over

Being a Lake District Wedding Photographer is the best job I can imagine 🙂

Lake District Wedding Photographer

who especially enjoys being THE number 1 preferred…

Broadoaks Country House Hotel Wedding Photographer

Wedding Photographer at Broadoaks

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