March’s Mix of Weddings, Portraits and Landscapes
March’s Mix of Weddings, Portraits and Landscapes!
As one of the leading professional photographers in Beverley, Hull and East Yorkshire, its always nice to get the work/play mix right. Luckily I love capturing beautiful photography so much, work and play blends in one! The last three weeks are a prime example with 3 lovely weddings, lots of relaxed portraiture at my modern Beverley (nr Hull) studio, capturing Beverley characters for one of my personal projects and a trip to Scotland to capture stunning landscapes for my art/landscape library. Weddings, portraits and landscapes all in a few weeks, Heaven!
Two of my weddings were at the fabulous Cave Castle Hotel, a venue I have worked at nearly 200 times and as their preferred wedding photographer, know the best locations and their highly professional staff well. Both Annette and Julian, and Tanya and Ian both had intimate and relaxed weddings there and it was a pleasure to work with them. The third wedding was at the picturesque Rowley Manor with the lovely Natalie and Mike, another venue I have worked at over 100 times and is perfect for my contemporary and relaxed wedding photography style. I have put a few of the images below, and please checkout my Rowley Manor and Cave Castle portfolio pages on my site and my Stephen Armishaw Photography Pinterest Page. (cont)
I have been shooting Beverley characters and personalities for one of my personal projects for quite sometime and my latest is a good friend and Verger at the Beverley Minster, Neil Pickford. Gradually working through my list!
My busy portraiture studio is set in the market town of Beverley, central for Hull, York and Driffield and I am lucky enough to capture all of my relaxed portraits myself. Many of my portraiture clients are using the personalised vouchers I provide as presents which seems to be going down well! The last few weeks have been a top mixture of families, newborns, pets and model portfolios and once again, I have put a few examples below. (cont)
My landscape photography trip to Scotland was an absolute pleasure with the weather showing its usual flexible self, and allowing me to capture all the moods this beautiful area has to offer. The Campsie Hills and the Loup of Fintry are areas often over looked by Landscape photographers travelling North, but well worth the visit as you can see below. Took in an exhibition of Ian Lawsons landscape photography work from the Isle of Harris in Penrith on the way back. Well worth the visit. Please checkout my art and landscape photography work in this site under art and landscape portfolios.
As I said, it’s been weddings, portraits and landscape,s all in the space of a few weeks during March this year. Its a tough one but somebody has to do it!
Latest posts by Stephen Armishaw (see all)
- The end of the 2018 summer wedding season - November 2, 2018
- Spending Summer 2018 as a busy wedding photographer! - September 1, 2018
- Could I be The Most Experienced Wedding Photographer in Britain? - July 4, 2018