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Month: May 2018

Lancashire Pre Wedding Shoot - Sam & Aimee
30/05/2018

Sam & Aimee's Pre Wedding Shoot took place at Beacon Fell Country Park which is just outside Garstang. They had booked a Sunset shoot, and the weather did not disappoint! It was a simply stunning evening, with the most perfect of clear blue skies and a dramatic sunset which lent a golden glow to the images. Sam & Aimee started off slightly nervous and self-conscious in front of the camera, but in no time at all they had both relaxed, which...

Lancashire Pre Wedding Shoot at Beacon Fell - Amy & Jonathan
28/05/2018

Our latest Lancashire Pre Wedding Shoot at Beacon Fell took place on a bright, warm but windy day.  Amy and Jonathan are self-described 'outdoors people' and spend most of their time running their stables outside Manchester.  We met up at the Information Centre for a chat before the long walk up the hill.  Again, desperately out of breath I ran through some 'warm-up' shots.  Usually, these images are deleted as it takes a few minutes for a...

Lancashire Pre Wedding Shoot at Beacon Fell - Helen & Ant
20/05/2018

With just over 2 weeks to go before their wedding in Lytham, I managed to squeeze Helen and Ant in for a Pre Wedding Shoot at Beacon Fell.  With the weather behaving itself to a point, we set off for what I described as a 'romantic walk through the woods, whilst being followed by a friendly stalker'. To say that Helen laughs a lot would be an understatement :) At first I thought that she would be the comic in the relationship, but I soon...

Lancashire Pre Wedding Shoot - Natalie & Gabriel
10/05/2018

Lancashire Pre Wedding Shoot Natalie & Gabriel Natalie & Gabriel are planning on getting married next year in their home country of Panama but wanted to share their engagement with family and friends by having a Pre Wedding Shoot at Beacon Fell in Lancashire.  After our first planned shoot was abandoned due to the great British weather not playing along, we managed to get up to the amazing Beacon Fell for a little over 2 hours and captured...

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