Creative Wedding Photography Course at Ashfield House.

Working alone photographing weddings at the weekends then hiding behind your computer for the majority of the week you can get a bit lost when it comes to feeding your creative side. I personally love to feed all the creative juices, it’s good for the soul. As a photographer I’m constantly growing and striving to be better and better. That’s why when I can I’ll always try and attend photography workshops to develop my creative side and fuel up on ideas.

I’m lucky enough to have some super talented friends who also run their own workshops. It’s always a pleasure to help my good friend Neil Redfern with his wedding photography workshops. Mostly I think I’m there to provide bad jokes and make brews but never the less I get the chance to meet lost of new people and also join in and get creative with my camera.

Perfect Wedding Venue

Neil has been running wedding workshops for a number of years now, at different wedding venues across the North. I have to say the hospitality from Katie and her team at Ashfield House is heart warming, not to mention the food is amazing. They’ve also just won the “Best Town and County Venue” at the recent “Wedding Industry Awards” – Congratulations!!

Ashfield House was the perfect location for Neil’s Spring Wedding Workshops. The interior of the wedding venue offers so many locations for amazing photographs if there is showers looming. It’s so important when you’re planning a wedding to consider the possibility of rain especially during the winter months. The beautiful gardens at Ashfield House are perfectly maintained for endless options of gorgeous wedding photographs. The afternoon of the workshop left the attendees to create their own awesome ideas outside using natural light, which was perfect.

Massive thank you’s to Neil for asking me to help, Sonara and Duncan for being the perfect hair and make up duo, Julia, Lynne and Rob for being the amazing models! It was so nice to meet lots of awesome photographers too! I can’t wait to see everyones photographs!

Creative wedding photograph of bride using colour crystals Creative wedding photograph of a bride as if looking through multiple exposures Creative unique wedding photograph of brides facial features Alternative wedding photograph of bride in the bushes at Ashfield House Wedding photograph of bride taken using selective choice of dappled sunlight. Close up wedding photograph of a bride and groom taken at Ashfield House. Bride and Groom laughing during wedding photographs at Ashfield House.

Thank you so much for checking out Wedding photography course in Lancashire. I absolutely love documenting natural and raw emotion at a wedding.
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