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Lets Start by the Tree


'Clear, friendly and patient, the perfect blend of qualities needed for our perfect shoot' - Kerry

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Lets Start by the Tree


'Clear, friendly and patient, the perfect blend of qualities needed for our perfect shoot' - Kerry

 Dan and Kerry were posed by the tree, I love the natural relaxed look on Kerry’s face as Dan goes to kiss her

Dan and Kerry are both photographers which made photographing them both an honour and a test. Like most of us, Dan and Kerry prefer to be behind the camera, this is why I chose to photograph them in a place where they would feel comfortable - an orchard close to where they used to live.

 I love to use off camera lighting, it really helps the couple to stand out from a slightly underexposed background, this takes time but really helps the images to stand out and look so fresh and vibrant compared to not using them 
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A Walk through the Orchard


'Ed did a fantastic job of providing a relaxing environment so we were able to be ourselves. ' - Dan

A Walk through the Orchard


'Ed did a fantastic job of providing a relaxing environment so we were able to be ourselves. ' - Dan

I love shooting really wide images to capture the environment chosen for the shoot.In this photo I centred Dan and Kerry between two rows of the trees in the orchard to give the photo a slightly symmetrical look.

 At the start of sessions I tend to get the couple to walk away from me then back towards me taking a few moments to take some time to look at each other, make each other laugh of have a romantic kiss, this was one of those moments. As they do this I alter my shooting height to give you a variety in images.
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Exploring the Next Field



'Our session flew by and Ed's adaptability allowed him to capture moments that reflected who we were as opposed to images that reflected what he wanted, a pitfall that so many photographers fall into' - Dan & Kerry
 

Exploring the Next Field



'Our session flew by and Ed's adaptability allowed him to capture moments that reflected who we were as opposed to images that reflected what he wanted, a pitfall that so many photographers fall into' - Dan & Kerry
 

I try to keep people slightly distracted from the camera, I can give little tasks to my couples for them to concentrate on, or I will ask them to look at a specific place to look or think about, this will help create natural expressions quickly.

 When I can bury myself in tall grass I get couples to hold hands and walk over the top of me, this gives you a great way of pulling in an interesting foreground with a great perspective on the couple
 I got Kerry and Dan to walk right into the field, into a small section of shade, this allowed me to work around the plant life to capture them naturally interacting a great way to end the session.