Your wedding day is one of the most special moments in your life, and looking...
A few weeks back I asked my lovely photographer friends for some pictures for my Valentines day special. I had some amazing pictures sent through, one of which was from the very talented Helen at PH Weddings.
I loved her entry so much that I asked if I could use the whole shoot for my blog……………….so here it is!
The pictures are of Fran and Scott who are getting married in April 2010 at Whitley Hall. The shoot is in two parts, incorporating Sheffield City centre at night and Burbage, Derbyshire in it’s snow covered glory by day.
The 1st part of the shoot took part on a mild October evening in Sheffield City Centre.
Helen says “The Peace Garden looked spectacular, with the lights and fountains providing stunning backdrops. After some fun in a phone box and some shots near the ‘Wheel of Sheffield’ we finished off by the train station.”
I have lived in Sheffield now for nearly 3 years and I never knew it looked like this until I saw these amazing pictures!!
I think you will agree the colours are amazing and the movement in the pictures is stunning. Helen and Paul have done a fantastic job in capturing our beautiful city in all it’s glory!
Look out for Part 2 tomorrow.
The engagement shoot that Helen and Paul provide is all included in the wedding photography package. Helen says ”it gives us as photographers a chance to really get to know our couples, we also like to use the engagement shoot to showcase our couples personalities”
The package also includes:
Two wedding photographers present all day (not just until the cake is cut!)
– 30 page bespoke hardback wedding album
– CD of all images
– DVD slide show (engagement and wedding images set to music of your choice)
– Online gallery and slide show
– 10 A4 prints
– Engagement photo shoot at a venue of your choice.
This also includes an A4 print with white mount for your guests to sign at your wedding reception.
We provide you with full proofs of your images upon return from your honeymoon.
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