I met with Louise & Toby one early evening in late July for their Windsor Great Park engagement session and the light couldn’t have been more perfect!
The first time I met this fun loving couple was on a dreary evening last October and we ended up talking about how tilt shift lenses work and I knew we’d get on. Louise & Toby both love photography as do many of their friends so it was really quite flattering that they chose me to capture their wedding day! Sitting listening to all their plans I was thinking ‘this is my kind of wedding’, tipi’s, out door ceremony, everything that could be was made by them, right up my street. Their links with the local Scout group meant they had acquired the Bentley Copse Scout camp site as their wedding location and I was a little awe struck by all the ideas they were planning. It was going to be a mammoth task to bring it all together but I had every faith that it would be just as they imagined.
Choosing Windsor Great park as the location for their engagement session was no surprise as they both love the outdoors and the park offers so many lovely locations. Off the beaten track you’d be easily mistaken for thinking that you are the only ones there. There are so many photography opportunities that I think you could easily hold a number of sessions here and they would all look completely different, so if you’re getting married in Surrey and fancy an engagement session please give me a call or get in touch via my contact page.
Louise & Toby’s stunning woodland wedding will be on the blog in a few weeks so keep an eye out or like my Facebook page for regular updates but for now here are their engagement images. If you liek them please leave Louise & Toby a comment at the bottom of the page.