One question I gat asked quite a lot from couples before their wedding day is -
'What happens if it rains?'
The harsh reality is that it gives a few obstacles, keeping the bride & groom dry, looking there best & not getting the dress too wet and if its full length dry and as clean as possible at the bottom. I'm not going to lie to you - every full length dress gets a little grubby on the underside, even on the driest of days! But even with the obstacle of rain you can still get lovely images in and outside.
Gemma & Jacob had a wet wedding day, but we were patient, took the right images at the right time, waited for a dry spell later in the day & took advantage of that time. The first set of couple shots were taken mainly inside and under cover of umbrella which look lovely. The second was after the couple had their desert & before the speeches. Danny Watchorn the florist had made the main barn look extra special so we used his work and the barn as a backdrop for some of the indoor photos.
Cooling Castle Barn has great photo opportunities inside and out, so really I'm spoilt for choice! As a photographer my main job (other than pressing the shutter button) is know how to get the best out of the condition & available light within the running of the important, happy occasion.
Hello & welcome to the blog! Feel free to have a nose around & leave a comment or two, I hope you enjoy what you see! Dan