The day got hotter, but there was still a cool breeze blowing across the lawns at Hedsor House for Abi and David’s wedding. I had met them in The Feathers pub at the end of the sweeping Hedsor House drive a couple of weeks beforehand, and we had discussed umbrellas, and how long was Abi’s dress, as we didn’t want to get it wet when we went out to get some shots of the beautiful Hedsor House exterior.
Ha. I did actually sneak behind a hedge to put some of my UltraClear Factor 50 Ambre Solaire on the area where my hair used to live when I was younger.
Two good things about this awesome formula:
a) it’s not sticky – which makes me wonder if it was specifically designed for wedding photographers using the exquisite Canon 5Dmk3 camera which must never be grubbyed.
And b) It smells like you’re on holiday. Which at Hedsor House, this wedding venue of wedding venues, you always feel like you are – but every little helps.
As usual the sun went in as the wedding party went to sit down for their wedding breakfast in the ballroom. But no matter, because as usual it came out again when they re-emerged. Which allowed me to play Excited Geek Photographer and get some super-fashionable sunset shots by the big Cedar. A lot of fun it was – thanks to Abi and David for having me there.
Always a joy to work with the wonderful staff of Cavendish Events – thankyou as ever.
Also Pirate Dan was pretty darn good – I should have got his card but he was running around so fast it was all I could do to get a picture of him.