The last few weeks at York Place HQ have been probably the busiest we have ever experienced. Not only have we had weddings every weekend but we have also been preparing for our first Masterclass (now sold out!) and our talks in Berlin and London this Autumn. The process of putting all of our ideas and philosophies about photography together for these events has been exhaustive but, in trying to work out how best to help others, has also helped us in our own work: prompting us to dig deeper into our own photographic journey and make us ask the probing questions of ourselves of how, why and when certain developments came about. It’s given us greater clarity than ever before and we are excited to share our thoughts with our attendees and help them craft and develop their own photographic path.
In the meantime we have a new wedding to share; this time a wonderful Jewish wedding at Newby Hall. Emma and Josh’s Jewish wedding was an absolute delight, the outside ceremony was simply stunning and the weather could not have been more perfect. The Israeli dancing was as always an absolute hoot, I think Emma was one of our bravest brides, she threw herself (sometimes quite literally!) into every challenge and we in turn got stuck right into every situation with Josh nearly jumping over our heads at one point!
Most importantly though, Emma and Josh were a gorgeous couple, clearly insanely in love and an absolute delight to photograph – as were all their friends and family!
Here is just a snippet of their wonderful wedding at Newby Hall back on a very sunny May day.
Dom & Liam
Newby Hall Wedding Photography by York Place Studios. Dominique Shaw and Liam Shaw are the creative partnership behind York Place Studios and strive to create emotional, storytelling photography that captures the real moments of your wedding day. Based near York and Leeds, the destination documentary wedding photographers travel across their home county of Yorkshire, the UK, Europe and worldwide to capture your special moments.
To view our portfolio go to www.yorkplacestudios.co.uk and to learn more about our Documentary Wedding Photography approach.