Cressing Temple Barns Wedding
Wedding Photography at Cressing Temple Barns
Sophie and Reece’s wedding at Cressing Temple Barns
I was delighted when Sophie and Reece asked me to photograph their wedding, you know a Cressing Temple Barns wedding will be full of photography opportunities with all the historic barns and buildings.
The couple tied the knot in October and were fortunate to just miss the second lockdown, I have photographed several weddings under Covid restrictions so I knew what was and wasn’t allowed but you learn to adapt and actually find some photographs that under normal circumstances you may not be able to such as some of the looking through the window photographs.
The Classic 2020 Shots
The mask image has become quite synonymous with 2020 now but as always I like to find something unique for my couples to remember their weddings by so had a lot of fun perched on a window cill looking for a few new perspectives.
Due to the restrictions, it was quite a short wedding with no reception but that didn’t stop us capturing a lovely set of images of the ceremony, small groups and the couples portrait session. I arrived early so got the guys out for some portraits too in and around the old barns.
Cressing Temple Barns is a venue I have visited on a number of occasions and always a pleasure to photograph weddings at, it really is a beautiful venue for Essex wedding photography.
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