Parklands | Quendon Hall | Wedding Photography

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Recently I photographed the wedding of Wendy and Tony at Parklands, Quendon Hall near Bishops Stortford on the Essex/Hertfordshire boarder. This was a real wintery affair with the wind blowing a gale across the lovely Essex countryside and grounds of this prestigious Essex Wedding Venue. Fortunately despite the bad weather we still manage to capture the main group shot from the window of an upstairs bedroom which overlooks the beautiful fountain and pond of the main garden. The other wedding photographs were taken inside Parklands which lends itself well to photography no matter what the weather is. I always take studio lights with me on wedding assignments which is especially important in winter when the weather in this country can often be quite bad. There is plenty of room within Parklands for even quite large group shots and lots of special nooks and crannies for wedding photography portraiture. Wedding photography at this time of the year presents all kinds of problems not just with the weather but also with the amount of daylight and time available to fit everything in. Fortunately modern cameras are quite good at capturing great images even in quite low light without the need for flash. It is always a great privilege to photograph anyone’s wedding, but it makes it even more special when you have a lovely couple like Wendy and Tony to photograph who made me feel really welcome and seemed to appreciate my efforts to get some great shots for them. As ever the service at Parklands was exceptional and Wendy and Tony very kindly paid for a meal for me which was superb! Below is a selection of some of my favourite images from the day:

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