Last year I was lucky enough to photograph two weddings at Stourhead; which is a National Trust parkland in Wiltshire.
Each time I went to Stourhead I was reminded of the beautiful country that we live in, but also of the history and architectural geniuses that we have had over the years in The United Kingdom.
It is super important, I think, as a documentary wedding photographer to never lose sight of the scene that the wedding is taking place in.
To that end, I always, where possible, try and get a context and scene setting shot of venues, landscapes and environments – it’s all part of the wedding story and in many cases, like the Pantheon in this image, a very spectacular scene.
I hope you love looking at this photograph as much as I enjoyed shooting it.
I hope to be at The Pantheon again very soon.
- Camera: Fujifilm X-T1
- Lens: XF16mm F1.4
- ISO: 400
- Exposure: 1/450th second at f/8
- Flash: Did not fire