Firstly, I must apologise for my slackness in blog posts lately. As the silly season slowly subsides and we get back into wedding mode here at Newcastle, I promise I will find more time to post lots of fresh work for you to see.
The Summer wedding season has kicked off with lots of Newcastle weddings, which I am loving (it’s very muggy in the vineyards this time of year) and has seen me shooting at Newcastle’s famed locations such as the Newcastle Baths and Christchurch Cathedral.
Jacqui and Wade chose the newly refurbished Fort Scratchley for their stunning reception. Blue skies and summer weather blessed their chosen day.
They also had the cutest little page boys in the WORLD!!!
Everything was just perfect for Jac and Wade, every part of their wedding day was fun and the good times flowed easily.
As I have been doing so many Newcastle weddings lately I thought I would give you some insight into the locations.
If you are thinking of using either the Newcastle Cathedral or Baths, here are some considerations:
A: The cathedral does not allow flash during the main body of your ceremony, which is fine for me as I like to shoot this way, but if your photographer is only capable of shooting on auto – look out!
B: When choosing Newcastle Baths for your location shoot, remember, particularly in Summer, there will be hundreds of people around so you need to allow time for parking and don’t forget there will be other wedding couples there too.
Again, this is fine for me, as I love so many different angles at the baths, I can shoot from many areas and get fantastic results. I’m not at all worried if the main spots are in use. However, if your photographer can only use the wall you may have to allow time to join the queue – there will be other weddings wanting to use that space.
Hope you’re all enjoying the great Summer weather (what we’ve seen of it) and stay tuned for more Newcastle weddings.
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