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James & Jenny - Loseley Park

James & Jenny are friends of Corinne & Felipe whose wedding I shot back in 2009. They are a truly lovely couple and their day was a blast to photograph. Loseley Park is one of the closest wedding venues to me, yet somehow, I've managed to miss out on shooting there until now. Shooting at Loseley is like going and doing pictures at Pinewood studios, the variety of locations is superb! The house itself is stately and ornate with a magnificent Great Hall that has a brilliantly eccentric authenticity to it. The Walled Garden is one of the best kept gardens I've ever come across, and as a wedding photographer is simply overflowing with an abundance of possibilities. Finally, the Tithe Barn is refreshing in that it doesn't look identical to every other Tithe Barn's I've shot in!

This wedding was full of great moments and extremely emotional. A real heartburster - the love between these two was totally palpable! Jenny looked stunning in an extremely elegant dress with a long sash and was attended to admirably by Bridesmaid's Caroline and Chrissie. James and his Ushers looked equally dapper in really classy morning suits. I approve lads!

Jenny's father David was a particularly excellent host on the day (I seem to be having superb luck with Bride's Father's of late!) and worked tirelessly trying to offer me drinks and excuses to avoid my duties! Despite heavy rain forecast for the following day we got really lucky and had fine weather throughout. Thank you to James and Jenny for being such a terrific couple, a pleasure to photograph and for allowing me to share in their day.

As ever, these are a selection of my favourites. For the 'togs amongst you these were shot on two 5DII's with a mix of 35L, 135L and 17-40L lenses. I also used a 50D as a remote camera.

P.S. Thanks to Corinne for making the downright moreish Macarons!






























































































































































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