The stage when a baby is almost up and walking but not quite is so much fun to capture. You can see the look of determination in their eyes although watching them can be like watching car crash TV. Little Gabriella had that look in her eyes and it was great fun to watch her shuffling along the couch smiling all the time. I’m sure mum and dad will be loving the fact that Gabriella will be all over the place soon enough, investigating everything she shouldn’t be
Many thanks to John and Debi who couldn’t have been more welcoming.
Here are a few shots of the walker to be
This was another wedding that just seemed to creep up on me. Time really does fly by. I can still remember meeting Craig and Jennifer for the first time at Jim and Laura’s wedding last year thinking their wedding was miles away.
We started off photographing the bridal preparations in Jennifer’s parents house which set the tone for a great fun filled day. Then it was off to the beautiful House for an Art Lover for a lovely ceremony. Luckily the weather was pretty good so we managed to get outside in the stunning gardens for a few shots. Mind you, even if the weather had been terrible there was probably as many lovely locations inside as well as out.
Many thanks to everyone who again made us feel so welcome, and congratulations to Craig and Jennifer
Below are a few shots from the day, and here is a short slideshow.
What a day William and Jennifer had for their wedding at Eastwood House, the sun was beating down which meant lots of happy faces.
I’d never been to Eastwood House before and must admit I was pleasantly surprised. It’s a little oasis hidden away in amongst the trees. The building both inside and out is very impressive, especially the staircase that greets you as you walk in. The staff made sure everything ran right according to schedule which gave me a nice amount of time to get some shots of the happy couple. William, Jennifer and best man George were up for a laugh which meant nice relaxed natural photographs. Special thanks has to go to George for helping to hold the lights on occasion, the cheque’s in the post
Here are a few from the day.
Mum Dina had went to a lot of trouble to get the girls looking their best for this shoot. A visit to the hairdressers and two new dresses meant the girls were looking perfect when I arrived. We got the safety shots out of the way first, the smiley window lit shots and then ventured outside to get more natural shots of the girls playing around and getting their new dresses dirty and their hair tangled
As the weather was holding up we headed off to Gleniffer Country Park to finish things off.
Many thanks to Joe and Dina who were the perfect hosts on the day.
Here are my favourites.
First off, what a day weather wise this was, for Scotland it was an absolute scorcher! As usual I started off photographing in the house and got a shot of Neve with one of the best expressions I’ve had in a while. Some would delete shots like this but for me that’s what makes a child, the different expressions and faces they pull. I’ll let you decide which shot I’m talking about
Colin and Karen’s back garden looks on to beautiful fields covered with thistles (and sheep poo) so outisde we went where little Neve ran about having a ball. It was great just to watch the family having fun and take the odd photo or two.
Thanks so much for being so welcoming guys, it was a pleasure to meet you all
As always here are a few from the shoot.