I first met up with Leonie and Marc in my studio in blandford where we had a great chat about their Bournemouth wedding in June. I was lucky enough to be asked to photograph it too – this is always a bonus!
So it was great to catch up with them both and have an engagement photoshoot together – I love doing engagement shoots as it allows us all to get used to each other a bit more and then discuss a bit more about how the wedding is going and generally get to know each other a bit better.
Marc and Leonie were both such great sports as we went for a walk under the old blandford railway bridge with graffiti and then over the bridge (no otters to be seen). Though I did see a couple who’s wedding I photographed a couple of years back in blandford (hi guys if you’re reading this!) who asked me to do a family photoshoot with them and max their dog (biiiig alsatian!). Anyway I digress (as usual), back to Marc and Leonie – the heroes of this story/photoshoot/sneak-peek!
So we went over the bridge, by the river, back over the river, even though the ground underfoot wasn’t super dry – but it was very warm and sunny which is awesome for march engagement photoshoots and i plan on ordering some more for June (less the less than dry floor). After the bridges we went back through the town and down the georgian passageway – this is an awesome little location! After this we went to the Blandford Town museum (yes there is a museum here!) for a shot in front of the doors.
Now when i was choosing the photograph from this engagement photoshoot this one jumped out at me… I originally processed it in colour – but then i though it would look AMAZING in black and white.. what do you think?
Anyway thats a lot of waffle – on with the sneak peak – and shortly on with the full shoot on the blog.
Greg is based in blandford forum, a brilliant little georgian town in rural dorset (there are no motorways or cities in dorset fact hunters!) and is available for wedding photography through the UK, so if you like what you see then why not contact me (click that tab on the left) of find out more about me