Peak District engagement photoshoot | Nottinghamshire wedding photographer

Nottinghamshire wedding photographer

 

I am a Nottinghamshire wedding photographer but I love to travel all over the UK.

On a rainy summer day, I drove to Peak District to meet Victoria and Andrew. They planned to have their outdoor engagement shoot on a green hill. I had no idea how we were going to do that as it was the rainiest day since I remember. When I began to photograph the rain unexpectedly stopped.

Victoria and Andrew meet 4 years ago online. They started dating and finally fall in love. They got engaged last year and now they getting married in September. I was very lucky that they chose the Peak District for their engagement shoot. This place has the most amazing light ever. Some time ago I photographed the most amazing sunset wedding portrait session in Peak District. It was on a hot spring day near Bakewell. I spent a wonderful day with one of my couples, Jemma and Dave. If you would like to view it you can check that gallery here.

The English landscape is engulfed in a magical spell and Peak District is one of my favorite landscapes where I’ve photographed couples. If you’ve never been there check my friend from the Instagram Josh account. He lives in the country and his profile has some lovely landscape pictures that you can check here.

Victoria and Andrew it was an honor to photograph your engagement shoot and see you soot at your wedding. I can’t wait to join you!

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If You’re looking for a wedding photographer in Nottinghamshire I will gladly have a Skype meeting with you or we can go for coffee. I am available to shoot a wedding all over the UK.  Please get in touch if you are looking for a wedding photographer.

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Ania Oska Photography is a creative documentary Nottinghamshire wedding photographer that tells the story of your day.

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