This blog is about the pre-wedding photography shoot of Sapna and Sydney that I did earlier in the summer. We had a great time wandering around the grounds of Groombridge Place in Tunbridge Wells. Jane Austen’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’ was filmed at Groombridge Place, and the gardens, forest and massive chess set provided fantastic opportunities to get creative photographs of the couple. We were even joined by the most majestic peacocks and birds of prey (by The Raptor Centre) to add a different touch to the shots.
The pre-wedding shoot gives us a chance to get to know each other better as well as letting you see how I work and what to expect on your wedding day. We can also talk about your photography preferences, and best of all, you come away with a great set of professional photos which you can use for your guest book or as part of a reception slide show.
Sapan and Sydney’s pre wedding shoot was great fun and we got some imaginative shots in a beautiful setting, as you can see below. Since the pre wedding shoot, I have also covered their civil wedding in Hendon and Asian wedding in Kenton, London.
If you’re getting married in London and are looking for a creative Asian documentary wedding photographer to tell a story of your day without prompting or posing, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.