Charlotte + James + the adorable Thomas!!
What a day. It pretty much had everything you could want from a wedding; an amazing couple, cute children, a labrador with a bow tie, sunshine, loads of love and laughs, a bouncy castle, a man in a kilt, and it was all set within the rolling hills of Derbyshire, under the iconic Black Rocks. Bring on the epic landscape wedding photography!! If you’re ever in Derbyshire, I can’t recommend a hike up black rocks enough! A huge thanks must go to Charlotte for embracing the concept. To hike up the side of a mountain at 9pm on your wedding day, in heels and your wedding dress, well, it deserves a medal!! I don’t actually have a medal to give, unless you’re happy with an Under 11’s league title winning medal, Charlotte?! Hopefully the photo’s should make up for it!!
Even with all of the above, watching James get Thomas ready in the morning has to be one of my highlights of the year. I couldn’t help but think about how in a years time that will be me and Betsy, although I probably won’t be trusted to get Betsy ready on the big day!!! Nevertheless, watching them both was a real joy and I couldn’t help but feel extremely proud of my work, knowing the feelings and memories that those images will produce when Charlotte and James go back through the collection in 15-20 years time.
This is Charlotte and James;
Lovely stuff Sammy D
Bloody brilliant Sam. Love it
Awesome stuff Sam, epic shots and I love the Lab with the bow tie.
Love the style of this shoot, really inspirational Samuel great stuff!!!
that last image is so on point.
Well, that’s just ridiculously cool. I love it!
Bouncy castles are always fun, no matter your age! All of those photos on the cliff are beautiful.
That last image / incredibly amazingly cool!
Last one is EPIC!
The little boy in the bouncy castle = cuteness.
aw! love the happy ceremony shots 🙂
Sweet Jeebus Sam. Last frame is gold
Great photos! Great use of scenery and colours!
Epic images Sam, a real joy to look through.
lovely stuff 🙂
Great colours here and those cliff photos are stunning. And you know, I also really enjoyed the simplicity of the window frame photo (image 2).