The Great Tythe Barn sits neatly in amongst a cluster of accommodation - perfect for your wedding guests......and nice and easy for me to nip from A-B!
First stop (A), bridal HQ for hair and make-up.
The Great Tythe Barn looked great all pimped out in purple.
Next stop (B), for the boys. Adrian is actually the one sitting down in his casuals. A shower and change of clothes only takes a bloke 10mins max!
Champagne and fruit cake - nice selection.
Back to (A) for the finishing touches. Wedding dress on, shoes next, quick touch up of hair, a little extra lippy and we're off!
I rather liked the petals along the aisle.
"Hah - you've married me now!"
Ahh yeah, the weather. I haven;t mentioned the weather yet. Well, cloudy for the morning whilst inside, then super sunny spells just perfect for the drinks reception - you couldn't script it better (from a clients perspective). I would have preferred it the other way round but who am I to grumble?
Down in one! On the fizzy pop - better watch him later.
"Where's Woody - I dropped him under here somewhere...... I thought?!"
The big sale is about to start. Come and get your camera kit now!
If I had £1 for every time someone asked me what camera I was using, what lens that is, or what kit they should buy, I'd have given up wedding photography and be living in the Maldives! Unfortunately I don't get paid per question, so to make up the shortfall I've decided to sell a few assets.
For those of you wondering what kit a wedding photographer uses - the answer is below.
I've certainly acquired a fair few bits and pieces over the past 5 years (what with technology changes and my appetite to try new lenses) so it's time to streamline my set-up along with a kit upgrade.
My trusty fleet of Canon cameras and lenses are up for grabs. If you're in the market for a digital SLR or lens, drop me a line - the following are up for sale.