Category Archives: Wedding Photography

Yorkshire Sculpture Park


Today Linda and I visited the Yorkshire Sculpture Park; it is a pioneering place that aims to challenge, inspire, inform and delight, welcoming over 300,000 visitors, including 40,000 learning visits each year.  Although it was a quick visit for us to reconnoitre the park for wedding photography background, Lin and I broke off from our work and became enchanted by the sculptures.

We were awestruck by the work of the Spanish sculptor Jaume Plensa, his first major exhibition in the UK.

Here are some images of his work.

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If you’re in the Barnsley / Wakefield area, it’s well worth a visit.

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Working through the photographs

Today I was the wedding photographer at Sarah and Natalie’s Civil Partnership which was held at the picturesque Goodwood House Hotel, on the famous Goodwood Estate.

Lin and I arrived just after 10 am in the pouring rain and left for home just after 10 pm! It was a long but most enjoyable day, – the rain stopped around 3pm and the sun appeared for a while late in the afternoon.

I’m now working through 1600+ images to produce the final set for Sarah and Natalie for presentation on a DVD.

 

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Wedding Bells !

Geoff Penn – in partnership with Albion Images – is delighted to have been chosen by Jennie and Martin to be their wedding photographer on their wedding day in Dorking in June 2012.

 

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Wedding at the Amex Community Stadium

Earlier today I was privileged to be the wedding photographer at Peter and Debbie’s Wedding, which took place at the American Express Community Stadium, the new home of the Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club.

 


As I am a club photographer with full staff access, I could take the bridal party and the guests for photographs on the side of the pitch, into the dressing rooms and to other locations in the stadium which are not otherwise accessible or available to the public.

The food – cooked by the chef who was once John Major’s chef at No 10 Downing St – was beautifully served and enjoyed by the guests, and the stadium made an ideal location for two football fans to get married.

If you are thinking of getting married at the American Express Community Stadium, let me know! Here are some examples of my wedding photography, and my contact details are at the bottom of the screen.

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B&H In Depth – Wedding Photography

The New York photo and video store B&H Photovideo has published an excellent series of articles on Wedding Photography on their website. Lots and lots of information; cameras, lenses, bags, preparation, shot lists and so on.

Well worth a read, and you can read it all here.