Posts tagged Sunset
A romantic sunset engagement shoot in Kielder Forest with Emily and John

Sometimes it's about picking a location that complements a couple and sometimes it's about picking a location that contrasts with a couple. Emily and John are a cool, creative couple into all things alternative, so driving out to Kielder Forest at sunset for an outdoors, romantic engagement couples session was a change of gears for them.

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Sunset Session at Broken Scar in Darlington with Amy & Tom

Amy and Tom introduced me to a new location for my sunset couples shoots - Broken Scar in County Durham. What an evocative name, eh?

I'll use Amy and Tom's sunset couples session to talk through some of the experimental techniques and gear I used for their photographs.

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A Northumberland sunset couples session with Lynsey & Alex

We had glorious weather for Lynsey and Alex's pre-wedding sunset session at Collywell Bay. The sun was shining, the air was warm and the sea was remarkably calm.

Add in Lynsey & Alex's own quirky style and the amazing light and I couldn't help but capture some beautiful photographs.

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A sunset couples session on the Northumberland Coast with Jess & Tom

Stick a pin in a map pretty much anywhere on the Northumberland coast and you'll find an epic location to photograph an engagement session. Time it for golden hour, that time of magical light an hour before the sun sets, and you'll have something really special. Add an awesome couple up for an adventure and you have perfection.

Enter Jess and Tom...

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Rebecca & Ben's Peak District pre-wedding sunset session

Rebecca & Ben chose to have their sunset pre-wedding couples session at Digley Reservoir, near Holmfirth, in the Peak District National Park. It's a place that meant something to them as they have walked the five mile circular route around the shoreline and surrounding countryside countless times over the past few years. It was a new location for me, which always gets me excited, if not a little nervous, but the knowledge that it was a place with a real connection for Rebecca and Ben meant I knew we were going to get some real and authentic photographs.

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