Taken in the Peak District during the setup of a festival / Indian themed Tipi Wedding
I love being a part of the whole day, the setup pictures really help pull the whole story of a wedding together. In this particular case I camped out for 2 nights with the Claire, Jonno and their guests, don't worry I was put to work unloading vans, putting gift bags together and putting up the food tent.
It's great from a photographer perspective to simply fit in, be a part of the wedding and be accepted by everyone. The pictures are more real and authentic because the trust is there, people don't see me as 'the photographer', just someone else at the wedding
Anyway - the picture. Taken on the Friday before the wedding, putting up balloons to mark the way to a rather remote set of fields in the middle of nowhere kindly provided by Fields For Venues (their portable showers are incredible btw!).
and if you're after a Tipi to go with your field I'd highly recommend Tipi's peaktipis
Here's some more pictures from the wedding - enjoy
bomKnights photography offers a unique and relaxed approach to wedding photography. Based in Cheshire, covering weddings across the UK, Europe and Internationally.
Nothing ever posed, staged or set-up. All pictures taken with #Fujifilm #Xpro2 camera & 18mm F2 lens. Edited using #MastinLabs (Lightroom) and Alienskin Exposure X3.