We all know the Jubilee Bank Holiday weather was not the best….constant rain anyone?
Well, with a break in the weather we did manage to take the dogs out for a walk near the Alyn River, only a few minutes from the house. As we had my mother-in-law with us too, I could bring a camera along and not have to worry about keeping one eye on the dogs whilst I had my camera to my other eye.
What drew me to these two images was the unique cloud formations that had formed over Caergwrle and Hope Mountain that afternoon. It was like looking at a Monet water colour painting, just beautiful. Imagine these dramatic skies in your wedding images. It’s that cinematic wide angle view that I love to photograph on the wedding day, when the weather is behaving this way. It just goes to show that even if it isn’t the nicest of days, we can produce some fab images for your wedding album or wall art.
You can see similar dramatic skies in one of the shots from Darren and Jane’s wedding in Alvanley
If you would like to see such images from your wedding or are interested in a cinematic location portrait shoot, then please get in touch.
He photographs in stunning venues and locations in Cheshire, North Wales and around the UK.
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