Cambridge pre-wedding shoot | Elaine & Tony

Cambridge pre-wedding shoot | Elaine & Tony

Cambridge pre-wedding shoot

A couple of weeks ago I drove up to Cambridge to do a pre-wedding photo-shoot for Elaine and Tony, with my colleague Chanelle.

Elaine studied at Cambridge so having a photo shoot in the familiar (and spectacular!) surroundings of the colleges and historic buildings had special meaning for her. Elaine and Tony are getting married in Hong Kong later in the year but they wanted a special photo session in a variety of locations, without the time-pressure of the wedding day.

We were fortunate to get permission to shoot inside the grounds of St. John’s College, which gave us some wonderful mediaeval architecture to use as a backdrop..

The couple certainly turned a few heads walking through the narrow streets of Cambridge:

Cambridge pre-wedding shoot couple walking through streets

The next few images were taken in the grounds of St. John’s College:

Cambridge pre-wedding shoot at St. John's College

This shot is one of my favourites:

Here’s one of the most famous locations of all – on King’s Parade, right in front of King’s College Chapel, which was founded by King Henry VI in 1441.

Cambridge pre-wedding shoot at King's College Chapel

A few more images taken in the grounds of St. John’s College: Cambridge pre-wedding shoot inside St. John's College

 

After a short break and a change of clothing, we went down to the “Backs” to get some photos of the couple in a punt on the river…

Cambridge pre-wedding shoot punting on the river Cambridge pre-wedding shoot punting on the river Cambridge engagement photo shoot punting on the river

 

if you are getting married soon and would like a special pre-wedding portrait shoot like this, please get in touch via my contacts page.

Cambridge pre-wedding shoot with Elaine and Tony

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Great work Chris. Nice to see that you bring some tropical warmth to the motherland.

  2. Cute couple, love the last shot!

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