Hi there everyone,
Following my return from Parma Italy where we covered a wedding event between Lara and Emmanuel,(I did a post on their session recently)I thought I should write a blog on another couple’s pre-wedding session before I get too busy with post-production work.By the way Italy is a very nice place and I shall be sharing few landscape images with you soon.
I must say at this point that it’s very crucial for couples planning their wedding to have a photo-shoot before their D-day not because photographers seek that chance to get more of your money but because you need to know what expressions/postures work for you, it helps you understand your photographer better and also get to experience the unusual, slightly awkward postures he/she will ask of you before your day.
Lastly, it helps document your wedding journey especially when Clients choose our package that provides a wedding guest book from the pre-wedding session (which is normally fill up with warm gestures and parting prayers on the wedding day)
Right, this blog features Franca a friend I’ve known for a while and Ian. A master-artiste I follow closely once said no pre-wedding or wedding occasion is the same as everyone has different ways to show the love they share between each other.These guys are absolutely cool-headed and they share memorable moments too. I’m actually looking forward to their wedding day as they both have solid dance rhythms so I’m expecting plenty of stunts. (…Just like candy….)
So off we went to a popular Park in West London just before the “heat-wave” descended on us Londoners like we’ve never seen it before.
Enjoy this post.