Dean Robson Photography

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Wedding Photography at Gaynes Park Essex

January 18, 2012 on 3:54 pm | In - Wedding Photography Essex, - Weddings, Gaynes Park Wedding Photography | Comments Off on Wedding Photography at Gaynes Park Essex | Author Dean Robson

Wedding Photography at Gaynes Park Essex: On fireworks night last November, I photographed this wedding for Rebecca and Alex at one of my favourite venues, Gaynes Park (www.gaynespark.co.uk) near Epping in Essex.

I arrived on what was forecast to be a cold, damp and wet day, although it was chilly, dry and overcast. I was so pleased to see that the Autumn colours were still on the trees.

I do love the mirrors that have been added outside the bridal cottage.

Even on an overcast day the orangery offers a lovely, bright setting for the marriage ceremony.

With the promise of rain we decided to do the romantic shoot first, utilising the lovely grounds at Gaynes Park.

After letting the couple warm up and catch up with their guests I then took the family group photographs.

The wild flower garden area around the pavilion looked great, especially with the fairy lights on in the background.

Yet again the weather forecasters got it wrong as it had stayed dry which I was so pleased about. It was time to enter the Mill Barn for the wedding breakfast. My friends at Piano DJ (www.pianodj.co.uk) were providing the piano music.

As it was bonfire night the children had a special surprise… sparklers! This gave me the opportunity of trying out some slow exposures.

We couldn’t resist having some night lit shots in front of the pavilion.

I was also on hand to capture guest portraits on the evening.

Then it was time for the first dance again the music was provided by James from Piano DJ.

By Dean Robson LBIPP – RT Weddings (November 2011) Qualified Member of the British Institute of Professional Photographers – Professional Wedding Photography for Essex, Hertfordshire and Kent

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