2015 was another amazing year here at Cooper Photography. We saw lots of new clients become friends and a few old friends become new clients. Once again we were lucky to work at some wonderful locations – some familiar and some very new. Here is a round up of some of our favourites.
Thursday, January 14, 2016 at 8:01am
Monday, November 16, 2015 at 10:31am
For this wedding the pressure was on, as once again we were photographing another photographer’s wedding. Becky is a very talented wedding photographer (Rebecca Frost Photography) so naturally we were thrilled(and slightly terrified) to photograph her wedding to Lee.
Their wedding was all about the wow factor! Everything from start to finish was elegant and classy. It was great to be working again with the supertalented Jen Poynter as she always does a great job of giving us beautiful flowers to photograph, but also working in stunning locations light Ampfield Church and the Four Seasons really makes our job effortless. There was so much laughter throughout the whole day but even between courses people were up and dancing – in the end the staff have to move the cake just in case it got knocked over – that sums up the fun everybody was having. So many great memories. X
Monday, October 12, 2015 at 8:58am
Some weddings just flow perfectly and this was one of those special days where everything happened in a perfect way. There is always something special about Winchester weddings and st Cross Church has to be one of the most stunning churches in Hampshire. From the minute we arrived Natasha and Oliver and all of their friends and family made us feel so welcome. We were blessed with the most beautiful sunshine and the most stunning locations that Winchester has to offer. So many elements of this wedding were very traditional but Natasha and Oliver created a wedding that was also completely relaxed and very laid back. X
Monday, October 5, 2015 at 8:33am
This was such an amazing photo shoot. I’ve been friends with Ria and Jake for a long time now as they’re both amazing photographers. You can imagine the pressure of producing something for two very talented friends, but fortunately the lights, the location and the people were beautiful – so my job turned out to be pretty simple! I pretty much let them be themselves I was just ready to capture them in a natural way. Quite often as photographers we’re so busy taking pictures for our clients that we Forget to take the time to photograph our own stories and the people that we love. Every family that stands in front of my lens I always consider it a privilege and it certainly was a privilege to capture these three beautiful people!