Gosfield Hall Wedding Photography - A beautiful setting for a winter wedding
I've just finished working on a gorgeous wedding from a couple of weeks ago. Just like many winter weddings the weather was not very pretty, however the location and building was beautiful allowing me to create some fantastic shots inside and away from the typically english wet winter weather.
The location was Gosfield Hall and this was my first visit and it didn't disappoint. Formerly a Royal residence, this gorgeous Georgian manor house in Essex with it's former ballroom, library and oak panelled gallery provided some beautiful opportunities inside for wedding photography.
One of the biggest challenges to winter weddings and shooting inside is light, so be prepared to use off camera flash and/or higher ISO's on those occasions when flash is just not appropriate.
Here's one of the many beautiful final edits from Danny and Vanessa's wedding that day.
Keywords: Bride, Flash Photography, Gosfield Hall, Groom, KVN Photography, Library, Wedding Photography
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