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A diary of my work (and more) which will hopefully give you you an insight into my clients and my photography. I'd love to hear your feedback so please feel free to leave comments at the end of each post.

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Jon

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Thursday
Jan162014

Bearwood College Wedding Photography, Anna & Jay, Wokingham, Berkshire

Berkshire Wedding Photography, Bearwood College Wedding

It's always lovely to go back to Bearwood, but it makes it even better when it's for a fabulous winter wedding. All the oak panelling and fireplaces just seem right on a cold December day. It was cold too, we had to spread the group and Mr & Mrs shots out a little as poor Anna was freezing, we ended up doing a few inside too.

The church with all of it's christmas decorations was beautiful, and although it was cold we actually had a some sunshine. Incredibly lucky when you consider the storms we had on either side of the wedding day.

Some lovely personal touches during the ceremony and reception, but I particularly loved the singing. Philipa with her guitar in church then Anna joined her in the evening too...fantastic!!

Here's a preview of some of the images from Anna & Jay's Bearwood wedding photography:

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Monday
May072012

Bearwood College Wedding Photography, Karen & Ian, Wokingham, Berkshire

Bearwood College Wedding

Karen and Ian's Wedding day at Bearwood College near Wokingham was a fabulous day. The weather wasn't the best but other than having to swap the outdoor shots around a bit it didn't seem to matter at all.

I arrived at Karen's just before 11:00 to photograph Karen and her 2 bridesmaids getting ready and it wasn't long before they got started on Champagne and Pizzas, I can't think of many better ways to start a day! The flowers, were delivered shortly afterwards, they looked stunning. The pink Calla Lilies in the bouquets and buttonholes were absolutely beautiful. Henry the 1949 Bentley Limo arrived promptly reminding everybody that that time was getting on.

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