Did you get up to watch the amazing Lunar eclipse? It was awesome to watch and sadly it will be another 18 years before we get to witness it again. I decided to take my photos of the event at Pitstone Windmill, I met two other photographers and had a great few hours chatting, watching and capturing.

I received this lovely email today from Lucy and Rob. I shot their wedding with Ray Lowe Studios back in August, it was a real pleasure to capture their day at Fanhams Hall.

Dear Brett, Russ and all at Ray Lowe Studios,

are writing to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the integral
contribution you made to the success of our Wedding Day on 24th August 2015. As we had previously seen your incredible work at the Wedding of Natalie and Terry Read on 26th
April 2013 (my Sister and Brother-in-law) we knew we had to utilise
your photographers to capture the most important moments of our day. Our
confidence in your ability was not misplaced for a second as Brett and
Russ proved to us once again that they are truly talented guys. They
took some incredible pictures of us as a couple as well as stunning
images of the venue and of our guests, images that we can revisit again
and again and that will remind us of our perfect day. Not only were the
pictures awesome, but both guys worked with a level of fluidity,
sensitivity and intelligence that meant we were only aware of their
presence on the odd occasion they wanted a posed photo. This meant we
have a number of beautiful and natural photos which we will treasure
particularly among the huge amount of high quality images you have
presented to us. We have had so many compliments regarding the photos
and this of course, we can only thank you for. We will recommend you
whenever we have the chance, as your contribution was central to the
treasured memories of our special day.

Thank you again.

Lucy and Rob Kent

A new gallery has been added to the portrait section from when I covered two days for Ray Lowe Studios. I had a great time and meet some awesome families.

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