October 22, 2012

Beverley and Chris / Preview

Kent Wedding Galleries Press

I sometimes get asked about posing people, how I go about it, what poses do I like. The truth is, sometimes you just get lucky. I had asked Beverley and Chris to turn around and look out across the sea. I was pleased with the photo and was about to move on to the next shot, but at that moment Beverley just laid her head on Chris’ shoulder. I didn’t ask her to do it or pose them, it wasn’t something I had planned, it was a real moment between two people, a husband and wife, and for me the photo just came alive. More from their beautiful wedding will be coming soon, you can also check out Whimsical Wonderlands Weddings who have produced a cool feature on the day.

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Jon S6 14:30 October 22, 2012 Reply
this is a beauty, love the endless feel of location
Jakob 15:46 October 22, 2012 Reply
Peaceful.
rahul 16:34 October 22, 2012 Reply
serene. gorgeous.
tim riddick 16:56 October 22, 2012 Reply
it is like their love is infinte...
nadine 18:56 October 22, 2012 Reply
A quiet moment.
Crystal 19:09 October 22, 2012 Reply
Adorable :)
sam hurd 19:22 October 22, 2012 Reply
such a nice relaxed moment :)
Beverley 20:53 October 22, 2012 Reply
Beautiful, thank you. Can't wait to see the rest
adam houseman 21:59 October 22, 2012 Reply
Super frame Paul! Oozes beauty.
tobiah 22:50 October 22, 2012 Reply
Beautiful!
Sara 23:26 October 22, 2012 Reply
Perfect. I love it!
Natalie Gibbs 00:11 October 23, 2012 Reply
Lovely. This should be their album cover.
Tim Driver 13:02 November 8, 2012 Reply
What a great composition

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