Otley Chevin Pre-wedding shoot // Rachel & Ryan

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Rachel and Ryan were respectively bridesmaid and groomsman at the fantastic wedding of Bex and Chris that I photographed nearly 3 years ago now, so I was made up when they asked if I’d shoot their big day. They’re getting married towards the end of the month at Easby Hall, a Georgian country house set next to the ruins of Easby Abbey. It’s a stunning setting and I can’t wait! For their pre-wedding shoot we headed to the Otley Chevin. Up a hill on what was a blustery day certainly blew away the cobwebs but we had a great time including heading into the woods as it was getting dusky from some more atmospheric shots.

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  • Tim commented:

    Great stuff John, favourites are the one with Rachel and Ryna in the distance, under all the trees. Liking the last one too with the pop of flash and flair 🙂

    on May 5, 2015
  • Katharine Peachey commented:

    Dramatic, romantic, powerful portraits – stunning.

    on May 6, 2015
  • Sharron commented:

    Oh wow John – these are incredible. That tree lined shot is epic, as is the last one…How did you get so many orbs of light?! Tis witchcraft! 😉

    on May 6, 2015
  • Lindsay commented:

    What beautiful images! The locations are just perfect- and your use of light is splendid!

    on May 7, 2015
  • Aaron commented:

    Yes John, another beautifully shot and presented pre-wedding session. That last frame is a striking image mate, love it 🙂

    on May 7, 2015
  • Katy Mutch commented:

    I keep scrolling back to the image of them on the path in the distance. So good!

    on May 11, 2015
  • Amanda Berube commented:

    So stunning as always! That last image is to die for!

    on May 12, 2015
  • tobiah commented:

    such a stylish wonderful session, love their connection!

    on May 18, 2015

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