I run, and make most of the coffee at Field Photographic. We're a professional photographic studio, and have been since 1989. We cover a wide range of assignments including contemporary family portraits and weddings with a distinctive, informal and up to date feel. You can view our main website at www.fieldphotographic.comor call us like the old days on 01773 769900 if you feel talkative.
We've been on a run of quite urban, very stylish city centre weddings recently, and it was just a couple of weeks ago when we turned up at the very stylish and swish Masa Restaurant & Wine Bar in Derby to spend the afternoon with Sally & Mark at their civil ceremony. Masa is housed in an old converted Wesleyan Chapel, and it makes a unique, fabulous venue.
We started off proceedings with a visit to Sally's parents house to catch everybody finishing off getting ready, and to add a shot or two to our funky dressing gowns portfolio.
Sally wanted some still life type shots of all her pretty things before we were off to the venue to meet the chaps, and grab a few shots of them wandering up looking all cool.
After the ceremony we spent some time in the garden shooting family pictures, and finally sloped off for a walk around to get some nice relaxed shots of the bride and groom while everybody enjoyed their drinks.
It was only when we decided to push our luck and ask Sally to pose against a rusty, graffitti covered garage door shutter that she gave us a slightly odd look, but she was up for it anyway and we ended up with one of my favourites shots of the afternoon.
It just goes to prove that there are stylish shots to be had just about anywhere if you look at situations the right way!
Hopefully Sally & Mark had a great day, we certainly did, and we will be getting together some more cool city-style wedding shots to be showing off here in the next couple of weeks.
We'll end with a wonderful sentiment borrowed directly from the table settings at the wedding breakfast.
To the world you may be just one person, but to one person, you are the world.