Engagement photography in Castlefield Manchester.
I met Deborah and Dave on a sunny morning in Castlefield, a inner city conservation area of Manchester. Deborah and Dave had never been to Castlefield before and planned to have lunch after the engagement shoot at Albert’s Shed, Dukes 92. Named after the Dukes warehouse lock, number 92 at the end of the Rochdale canal. The location for the engagement shoot was beneath the famous cast iron viaducts of Manchester Central station, that date back to 1848. The couple strolled around Catalan square. That enabled me to photograph the couple naturally and unposed before their wedding, which is planned for next year. I love the engineering and architecture in this area of Manchester. It’s one of my favourite locations for engagement photography, you can mix the photography with shapes, light and textures from huge victorian bridges and viaducts still carrying trains and metrolink trams in and out of the City of Manchester.
If you are planning your wedding and looking for a wedding photographer in Manchester please do get in touch to see if I am available to photograph your wedding in my natural style.
A Photograph captures a moment in time and holds it still forever
If you would like to see more please go to my wedding blog. I am a natural wedding photographer bassed in Manchester, who love’s to cature weddings in a natural style unposed without interuption, to not spoil the flow of your day. Please get in touch with me, Its easy on my contact page, I will get back to you personaly, as soon as I can Thankyou.