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Musuem of Science and Industry – Urban Chic – 3 Photographers, 1 Shoot
I met my love by the gas works wall, dreamed a dream by the old canal. I kissed my girl by the factory wall. Dirty old town, dirty old town…..
What do you get when you take three photographers who have never met, to photograph the same models at the same location for a styled shoot? Well you might get tripods drawn at dawn, or you might just get inspirational gold dust. I arranged this fabulous Urban Chic styled shoot for the blog at the unapologetically industrial Museum of Science and Industry and wanted to see how 3 photographers would interpet the theme in different ways. We had a great team of talented wedding suppliers involved too, making the shoot interesting, inspirational and gorgeous.
The shoot was directed and styled by me but I left the photographers pretty much to choose how they photographed the scnees. I had one proviso, they all choose a different “angle” otherwise we would have been left with identical images and what’s the point of that? So we had Jay Photogaphic Images using his lighting expertise, Chelsea Shoesmith opted for natural light and McAvoy Wedding Photography went for close crops and emotion.
So for all you engaged couples out there, not only do you get to see some beautiful styled inspiration today, but also get to see 3 contrasting photographic styles. Which do you prefer? Only one way to find out…..BLOG!
Smiles and humour in this closeup image by McAvoy Wedding Photography
Beautiful lace hair accessory by Julia David Designs
Love and intimacy captured by McAvoy Wedding Photography
Same location, different perspective from Chelsea Shoesmith…love it.
And lovely floral portraits by Chelsea too.
I love it when photographers use their surroundings to take those all important detail shots.
Beautiful closeup portraits of our models by McAvoy Wedding Photography
Love the exposed brickwork and dramatic lighting in these images by Jay Photographic.
The next scene takes us to the entrance of the Museum of Science and Industry.
Chelsea’s full shot is a great contrast to McAvoy Wedding Photography’s close crops of the same scene. Such a different feel.
Let’s take a little train journey. Love these images-a real Brief Encounter feel to them. That’s the 1940s film noir set on a train and not Close Encounters, the alien Stephen Speilberg blockbuster!
Romantic, dramatic, delicious….
Love the creative use of a murky Manchester puddle by Jay Photographic.
Tete a tete in a railway carriage anyone?
Beautiful images by Chelsea Shoesmith
And a fab creative shot of a Red Floral Architecture bouquet.
Chelsea Shoesmith takes a slightly different perspective.
Love the intimate subdued feel of the Ceremony room.
Fabulous bouquet portraits look great on the worn wooden floors.
Love these dark moody shots by Cheslea Shoesmith in the Power Hall of the Museum of Science and Industry. The bespoke bunting by Vintage Twee softens the industrial feel.
Beautiful groom portraits of model Andrew Littler. Masculine, intimate, sexy.
How fabulous are these dramatc ridal portraits? Really show off the Pearl Bridal Boutique gown.
The Power Hall looks great, all set up for the wedding breakfast, with a cake by Cakes By Beth taking centre stage.
Jet engines, bunting, beautiful girls and a gorgeous groom…..
Our very own 007!
Cool, sexy images by McAvoy Wedding Photography.
Thankyou to our fabulous team of suppliers that made this shot possible. Do you have any favourite style or images? Leave a comment and let us know. It’s your blog so please get involved. Bye for now, Jenny
Photographers: Jay Photographic Images
Models: Andrew Littler
Flowers: Red Floral Architecture
Dresses: Pearl Bridal Boutique
Suits: Formal Approach
Hair and Makeup: Face Dollys
Hair accessories: Julia David Design
Bunting: Vintage Twee