Wedding Photography scout today at Himley Hall. A stunning Grade II listed building that was built in the 18th Century (Wiki) and is seeped in history.
We use wedding scouts as a way to meet up at venues and meet their organisers as well as the bride and groom-to-be to help work out the best locations for photographs and any ‘must-have’ photographs. This helps the bride and groom to relax and gives everyone a clear understanding as to the schedule for the day.
The weather was decidedly grey and so we’re crossing our fingers it will be nice and blue sky with some fluffy white clouds on the big day itself. In each image (with the exception to the detail photographs) the idea is to take a picture which on actual wedding day will be taken again but with the bride and groom in it. Such as with the panorama above I hope to remove all of the cones and cars in today’s version and instead position the bride and groom in the centre as a potential landscape style shot.
We can’t wait to photograph this wedding, the hall is simply stunning and the details are going to make great photographs!
The conference looking room is actually going to be transformed into the Reception on the big day itself. Additionally the flower photographs will not contain a bride and groom … I simply got distracted by all the beautiful flowers at Himley Hall.