Engagement Shoot Plymouth

Engagement Shoot Plymouth

Emma's and Andy's Engagement Shoot in Plymouth. I wanted to share my latest engagement shoot on the blog. Emma and Andy are getting married in May at Wembury Church and then they are holding the wedding breakfast and reception at the beautiful St Mellion International Resort. I’m feeling quite spoilt with their choice of venues, we are planning to have some photographs on the beach at Wembury Church and then down by the lake at St Mellion, if we get time we have talked about getting out for the sunset. They chose me to be their wedding photographer after Emma’s parents met with me at the Plymouth pavilions wedding fayre back in 2011 which seems ages ago. It’s never too early to book your wedding photographer in Devon as we tend to get booked up a year in advance. These were shot in Plymouth by the Dome, soon to become Rhodes @ the Dome, which I believe is also going to be a wedding venue. photographer devonphotographer devonphotographer devonphotographer devonphotographer devonphotographer devonphotographer devonphotographer devonphotographer devonphotographer devon So if you are planning your wedding. Please get in contact to book your wedding photography package as soon as possible. Thanks for looking and enjoy. Please feel free to leave comments or share on the social networks.
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  1. Great pics as ever, lovely lighting very creative, good job πŸ™‚

  2. Beautiful photos, gorgeous couple and wonderful setting. Thank You for sharing

  3. Lovely work. The couple will no doubt be chuffed!

  4. Indeed a great set of images. Your lighting technique is spot on.

  5. Lovely collection of images James, great lighting – what did you use for the OCF

  6. A great Set of Images James.

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