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Wedding Photographer Warwickshire | James and Carly

Wedding Photographer Warwick

On Saturday 7th April I had a lovely day as the wedding photographer for the wedding of James and Carly who got married at the Pageant House in Warwick.

The day was split over many venues, for me, it started at the Warwick Arms Hotel, where Carly and her sister were staying to prepare for the wedding day ahead.

I arrived and photographed some candid images in the room and in the hotel reception area before we headed off to the Pageant House for the ceremony which is a short walk away.

I have photographed many weddings at the Pageant House it is a lovely venue for small weddings, with a nice exit into the gardens. Once we arrived at Pageant House, I met up with James who was looking very nervous but he managed to keep it together.  The ceremony was very emotional as usual with most weddings but its always nice to see a couple tie the knot and to capture the mood of the day.

After the ceremony, we headed out into the pageant gardens, where I concentrated on taking relaxed photos and then we did some family groupings for the formal photographs. I think it's important not to rush the photography and allow everybody some time to congratulate the happy couple and relax after the ceremony.

The next part of the day was afternoon tea held at Jambavan Restaurant that is just opposite the gardens. Here afternoon teas and cakes had been arranged in the upstairs area of the restaurant.

This particular weekend in Warwick was a busy one with the National Town Crier Championships also taking place in the gardens of the registry office who thankfully wasn't around when the wedding ceremony finished but had returned to the gardens just in time for the end of the afternoon tea. Naturally, this was a photo opportunity too good to miss.

After this, James, Carly and their son Charlie and I headed to the Mill Gardens for some relaxed wedding portraits. The walk to the Mill Garden is almost as attractive as the gardens themselves, I grew up in Warwick but I am still intrigued by its hidden alleys and historic architecture.

The Mill Garden was as usual stunning, the river, the ruined bridge and the Castle is just a fantastic setting and of course of the lovely plants and flowers.

After the gardens, James and Carly and I had a break from the wedding photography for a few hours and I met up with them again at the Sports Connexion near Ryton on Dunsmore. Where the plan was to spend a few hours photographing casual groups, the cutting of the cake and the first dance.

It was a great day, that I very much enjoyed. The weather forecast was heavy rain and it held off, the town criers where a bonus and it was great to do a wedding in Warwick Town.

Apologies that the images are showing in reverse order in the gallery below, unfortunately, I cannot figure out why this is happening! 

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Staff Portraits Warwickshire

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Between September and November 2016 I was tasked with providing staff portraits photographing over forty staff for a veterinary company based in Warwickshire and Worcestershire. 

My client wanted relaxed but a uniform style of portrait, I approached the task by agreeing a basic style of portrait that would be used for all the staff at all locations, six practices all with varying amounts of free space within each to set up and do the portrait photography. 

Over the course of three day's I worked out of an X-Ray Theatre, a broom cupboard, an operating theatre and cramped staff rooms with all spaces having different coloured walls and ambient temperatures.  It was difficult to get the portraits to be exactly the same as I would have been able to if they were all taken in my studio but I am pleased with the results. 

I also did some exterior and interior action photography for some operations taking place for a few of the practices at the request of my client. Overall it was a fun project getting to meet all of the staff of the business and see some cute animals as well. 

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Business Portraits Warwickshire

We've had a busy few months doing business portraits for several businesses and private clients in and around Warwickshire, business portraits are an excellent addition networking websites such as LinkedIn or to showcase you're workforce to potential clients. We offer a complete service that not only creates great images but we take the time to get to know what your goals are for the portrait whilst advising on suitable clothing and poses. 

Our business portrait service can be either here in our studio or on location at your offices to enhance the corporate feel that you would like to portray to your clients.

Our standard sitting costs £49.99 and includes two digital images that you can choose from a shortlist of favorites taken at the sitting. Additional images can also be purchased for an additional fee, whilst we can also arrange half and full day rates for multiple portraits for an entire workforce.  

For more information please contact us

 

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Headshot Photographer and Business Portraits Warwickshire

Warwickshire Headshot Photographer for Actors and Business Portraits

We are an established headshot photographer and business portraits provider, our studio is located in the centre of Warwick overlooking the historic Market Place.

We offer a no rush service that guarantees the creation of portraits you will love whether it is for business portraits, professional portraits, actors headshots or author portraits. To achieve this we will employ a range of lighting techniques in our studio or if its a nice day we can venture into the parks and gardens of Warwick to achieve a different look for the same price. I know Warwick very well and its hidden gems. Alternatively we can bring our headshot photographer and business portraits service to your home or business, our studio and camera equipment is completely portable.

A recent assignment was to create an actors headshots for a new student a Warwick University, he needed some good portraits to get him started in his career. After chatting with him about his hopes and aspirations we first used soft lighting for a nice approachable portrait look and then more selective lighting for a more serious defined portrait.

 

For more information please visit the main headshot photographer and business portraits page for more details

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