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I’ve got quite a story to tell today… I was booked for – what I thought would be – an E-shoot this afternoon, at the magnificent, luxury Hotel, Grove in Hertfordshire.

Little did I know that the couple would decide just 3 days ago, to go and get married as soon as they could… And somehow they managed to book their wedding ceremony in for last night! How cool is that? So today turned out to be a Newly wed shoot instead… 🙂

grove-hotel-hertfordshireHere’s the amazing venue for their shoot, The Grove. It is just so nice – with a totally calm vibe about it, and full of quirky and beautiful rooms and outdoor features. Can’t wait to shoot a wedding here!

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Interior photographer London: commercial photography The Decorium – a versatile conference and wedding venue in North London

Quite a special venue for weddings and conferences I’d say. You step inside and for a second you’re not sure whether you’re still in London. Or if you’ve woken up in the One thousand and one nights;). The Decorium are in the process of updating their web site and in the making of a new brochure, and I really can’t complain that they phoned me. I love photographing a venue that has something a bit “extra” to it. We managed to get a day of photography between their Christmas wedding bookings, and here are some favorits from the shoot. Oh, and check out the mood lighting that this venue has to offer – different colour light to suit the occasion, how cool is that!

Here’s s slide show to view a a few of the shots, with control buttons for it on your lower right…

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Commercial photography Central London – interior and architecture photography of a penthouse by London commercial and architecture photographer

Another one of my latest commercial jobs. Commercial photography in central London of newly built, funky and modern penthouses. The contemporary “glass look” has been catered for by Alloy Fabweld glass and metal workers. A quite funky Central London home hey, with roof top view over the West End theatres….

It was funny on the day of shooting, how about 15 workers where running around in the penthouse courtyard getting the last touches in to place – and I just had to press the shutter in those split seconds that the area was free!

Here’s s slide show to view a a few of the shots, with control buttons for it on your lower right…

  • John from Macro Photography For All - Your interiors remind me of my days assisting an architectural photographer, where one of my main jobs was to block people from entering the shot, find people willing to stand in the shot to add context, or to try to hold parking spaces free (for exteriors) while the light was just right. I got yelled at a lot, but we got our shots, which is all that mattered!ReplyCancel

  • kocioł - Great set of inspirational material, thanks for sharingReplyCancel