Brighton beach engagement photography – T and Ruth
Welcome to Brighton beach engagement photography of T and Ruth. They are getting married later in the year at Westminster Registry office in London in a season December wedding. This is a start contrast in the Brighton midday heat where we met for some relaxing photos before the big day. T & Ruth were real naturals in front of the camera and brought lots of ideas to the day which makes the photographers day a lot easier. T and Ruth both live in New York so this is there preparation trip ironing out the finer details of the wedding this side of the Atlantic before flying back over the pond before the wedding. They will be getting married at Westminster Registry office in central London before heading over to Finsbury for the post wedding celebrations afterwards.
Brighton Wedding Photography
Brighton is a kaleidoscope of interesting photographic opportunities and we were were soon ready to get into the swing of things. We wandered through Brightons famous windy North Laines where we were overwhelmed with various colourful backdrops to pick and choose from. It didn’t take much encouragement for them to get into the swing of things and soon we were off to much merriment whilst we plotted up at numerous Brighton locations for some interesting shots. What makes these pre wed shoots beneficial is it gives the opportunity for the upcoming bride and groom to feel comfortable before we meet in a few months time on the big day. The big day is full of a mixture of excitement and anxiety with so many different elements to think of. The pre wed engagement shoot provides a platform to rid the first time exposure of suddenly being the centre of attention with a camera following your eery mood. Its amazing how most people despite thinking the polar opposite slip into the swing of things. Before they no it the camera feels second nature and it barely warrants a mention. It was a pleasure to meet you both it was a sincerely a day of smiles and laughter, I am already looking forward to the festive wedding… Let it snow!