1920’s themed wedding photography workshops.
Heading away from my normal London Wedding Photography haunts I headed up to Cressbrook Hall in the stunning Derbyshire Peak District last week to attend a fantastic 1920’s vintage themed photography workshop organised by my friend Simon Revill.
It’s great to get away, out of the city and to try out a few new things away from the importance of a wedding. To be able to take a little time as a photographer to experiment a little bit and work out some new ideas is fantastically important.
Cressbrook hall is a truly stunning location, and it was well and truly matched by the models and the 1920’s style wedding dresses they were wearing. I’ll stop talking now about how good it all was now, and let you enjoy the photos…….. (ps did I mention the weather was also stunning as well)
It wouldn’t of being complete without a Chiase lounge, and a stunning bride
and lots of simply stunning photographs
The peak district is beautiful, but then, so is this photo ;).
it’d be hard to do better then this location, and these models.
even more 1920’s themed vintage dresses.
This photo deserved nothing but a vintage Hollywood style Black and White.
I wanted to try some new lighting ideas, I think it worked, don’t you?
and the gateway was just to good not to ;).
this 1920’s dress is stunning.
and it would of been wrong not to feature a 1920’s groom as well.
sometimes, you just have to shoot into the sun for that fantastic 1920’s feel.
and backlit bridal portraits just work.
and backlighting works here too. 😉
I think this is my favourite photo from the day. I was trying some new ideas and they seem to just work. More then anything I love the peace and serenity from this photograph.
Although, it does have to be said, this photo has something very special about it. I think the sun behind her makes it.
and I thought I’d finish for now with another vintage Hollywood black and white.