Pre wedding shoot at Regents canal London
I loved this early evening pre wedding shoot at Regents canal London. The Canal ways are a really lovely part of London, well worth taking the time to explore, you’d hardly know you were in the city, until a familiar building peeps from behind all the lush greenery! It’s that busy time of year when I’m either photographing a wedding or meeting new couples. It’s great to have a mix of the two, couples tell me these sessions reassure them and get them all excited for their wedding!
What the couple said!
“…at first we felt a little apprehensive, knowing the lens was focused on us us, but you put us at ease very quickly and seemed genuinely interested in us a s a couple. The way you relaxed us had us giggling away like school kids. We’ve just had chance to have a proper look through, thank you so much there are some wonderful photos with striking colours, those where we relaxed into it are much more natural – something we must keep in mind on the day”
They live on a narrowboat, (how cool is that?) hence the idea of a pre wedding shoot at Regents canal London! This lovely stretch of the London waterway was a perfect spot for us to hang out, chat about the wedding details and take some photos. I’m so excited about being their wedding photographer, take a look at the photos and you can see just how relaxed, fun and what a loving couple they are. Perfect! Their wedding is going to be awesome. I loved hearing about the things that are planned, yet it will be a laid back and fun event, with a big emphasis on the party for everyone to enjoy! My kind of do
If you book me for your wedding and tell me more about yourselves we can have a little pre wedding shoot in a location that means a lot to you, just let me know and for more info about my pre wedding shoots you can read here.
If you fancy exploring this spot at Regent’s canal, next time you are at Kings Cross just walk to Granary Square and head down the steps towards Regent’s canal, and enjoy a quiet few minutes strolling along past community gardens and watching life on the river.