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Cain Manor Wedding | Laura & Daniel

It’s always great to be booked for a Cain Manor wedding. Not least, because it’s only 2 minutes drive from my front door. Carol and I live ridiculously close to the venue, which is in an absolutely beautiful part of North East Hampshire, surrounded by stunning woodland. Yes, we’re very lucky, we know it. I’m looking forward to being back at Cain Manor this July for Erika & Michael’s wedding.

The light on the couple from the big window in the ceremony room is always fabulous. My favourite type of light to work with and it never fails to give me good wedding images.

Like many couples that book us, Laura & Daniel weren’t into posing for pictures. We did of course shoot a few couple portraits and family group photos, but the rest of the day is pure documentary wedding photography. Unposed, natural images of what happened on their wedding day. This blog post is a tiny fraction of the 500 images they received from the wedding day.

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“Thank you so much for our gorgeous photos. We love looking back through
them and reminiscing! These photos capture the day perfectly and means
we’ll remember all those fabulous moments from the day.”

Laura

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    1. Thx. Yes, the light in the ceremony room at Cain Manor is generally very beautiful to work with. That full length window right in front of the couple gives a lovely pool of light on them.

  1. Thank you so much for our gorgeous photos. We love looking back through them and reminiscing! These photos capture the day perfectly and means we’ll remember all those fabulous moments from the day.

    1. That’s great to hear Laura. I hope you’re both keeping well. It’s really interesting to hear from brides after they’ve lived with their images for a while. Because I think images become even more important the more time goes on. I know with our own wedding images, that we got back in December, that every time we look at them, we get something more from them.