Back in the summer we purchased a quadcopter drone. It carries a GoPro camera and can take photos or record 4K video at vantage points we could never ordinarily get to. It’s fully insured and is currently being registered with the CAA (UK Civil Aviation Authority). There has been some bad press recently about drones. Unfortunately enthusiasts with little or no common sense or regard for safety have given them a bad name. We have been practising with the drone a lot to get as much experience with the flight controls as possible. We’ve yet to use it commercially. Above is a very short clip from a woodland wedding photographed earlier this year. We shot the footage as a favour. Let us know if you’d like us to fly the drone at your wedding.
In late October we shot Sara and Ben’s wedding at the Larmer Tree Gardens. This is the latest in the year we’ve worked at the Gardens. A mist descended and set in creating a fairy tail look. This shot is a bit different from our blog sneaky peeks. It was taken from the back of the singing theatre looking onto the stage and green beyond. Huge congratulations to them both, and we wish them all the best on the arrival of their first child.
Back in late October we were at The Potters Heron in Ampfield, Hampshire. We had the rare opportunity to shoot a wedding for our friends Shaun and Charlotte.
Mid October we shot one of our most unique weddings of the year. The day kicked off with the ceremony at Orleans House – a stunning venue. We had to take the opportunity to photograph the bride and groom here. Everyone was then treated to a two hour boat journey along the Thames – from Twickenham to Putney. It was a fantastic day! They were such a great couple to work with. Congratulations to Nick and Victoria.
Back in mid September we shot Sarah and Richard’s wedding at the Larmer Tree Gardens. It was the penultimate Larmer Tree Wedding of the year! It was another brilliant day for us, you really can’t expect anything less from the venue. This image was taken on the singing theatre. The backdrop makes for a great shot. Big congratulations to Sarah and Richard!