Wedding Photography Macclesfield .. Adlington Hunting Lodge Cheshire
Which do you prefer? Black and white or colour wedding photography? Most would say a bit of both and along with my reportage wedding photography style it would complete the look of my clients finished wedding albums.
The wedding photography for Angus and Suzanne however was shot solely in black and white on request, which although I have no preference myself (he says sitting on the fence) I enjoyed doing and does have a certain feel about it. It leaves you wondering when it was shot. You’re not looking at the current colour trends, just the pictures.
‘Timeless’ is a word used when talking about black and white wedding photography and you can see why when looking through the wedding photography of Suzanne and Angus that was shot in Macclesfield at Adlington Hall Cheshire. The wedding venue is a superb setting for photography and a very popular one too. Just outside my home town Macclesfield in the quaint village of Adlington Cheshire.
The couple were married at Bollington Church and made there way to the wedding venue in style. Looking like a scene from the film the Italian Job all the wedding party arrived driving specially hired Minis for the day, a little different from the classic wedding car.
With the weather behaving itself the they all enjoyed the drinks reception outside on the grounds of the hunting lodge. I clicked away to get some fantastic relaxed and informal wedding photography of the bride and groom, and with all the guests outside already it was a little easier to persuade them into the group wedding photos.
The wedding breakfast followed along with the speeches and it was then time for me to go and just to clarify although this entire wedding was shot in black and white, colour is still very much available. Just thought I’d share a different viewpoint ..