“…..oh well. We’ll come back another day!”
I NEVER give up the opportunity to photograph a couple. I’ve shot in rain, snow, -4 on beach in January, where it was so cold my fabulous assistant took off his coat and laid it on the floor to stop the poor brides bottom freezing to the pebbles. If my clients are up for carrying on, then I’m there with bells on….well usually gloves, hat, scarf…..but no brolly as I can’t hold it at the same time as a camera!
A few weeks ago, despite finding some gorgeous covered areas around the Bristol docks and Katie and Alistair doing their absolute best to smile and look ‘toasty warm’ and relaxed, I decided they deserved better than a few rushed shots as we ran from shelter to shelter.
So, today we re-scheduled another complimentary shoot for them where we can get lots more beautiful images celebrating their fabulousness as a couple and really ‘limber’ them up for their photography on their wedding day. And the best bit….we get to meet up again and spend yet another fun afternoon together!
Katie & Alistair – it was so lovely to see you last time and thank you for putting on such a brave face and being so amazing. I LOVED hearing about big day, can’t wait to see everything come together (your Mum sounds like a creative genius!) and really look forward to seeing you again later today for ’round two’!
Despite the rain we still managed to get some beautiful photographs of the two of them.
I love this little series!
This is my ultimate favourite from the shoot…..
I don’t know if it was deliberate but Katie and Alistair were beautifully colour co-ordinated!
One of the things that made it possible to re-schedule was the fact that Katie is so wonderfully organised and booked their first pre-wedding shoot in so early. Things are hotting up and dates are going fast, so please book earlier rather than later if you have busy diaries.
Katie & Alistair are getting married at Clifton Pavilion alternatively known as Bristol Zoo so we nipped up there for a look round and sheltered in the Butterfly Enclosure. I couldn’t resist this one…how beautiful?!