Wedding photography training day at Warbrook House

“Learning is the only thing the mind never exhausts, never fears and never regrets” Leonardo DaVinci

It’s always good to keep learning and I spent a very enjoyable afternoon with over twenty other wedding photographers under the tutelage of Mark Lawrence.  We were fortunate enough to be able to use the grounds of the lovely Warbrook house in Eversley near Hook, right on the border of Berkshire and Hampshire. It is a beautiful grade 1 listed Georgian mansion set in over 130 acres of grade 2 listed gardens, complete with Waterloo bridge and a Versailles canal. We met up in the Garden Suite, did a bit of networking and then listened to Mark for a while before heading outdoors with our three models to do some practical work. Despite having broken my elbow the day before I managed to do some photography and have fun. Here are a few of the images from the day.

Groom picks up bride and swings her around at Warbrook House Bride stands at the end of the path and throws her parasol up in the air at Warbrook House Bride and groom stand at the end of a path with heads touching at Warbrook House Bride and groom stand together at the end of a path at Warbrook House Bride and groom walk hand in hand down a path and look at each other Bride and bridesmaid wearing a red off one shoulder dress, look into the distance at Warbrook House Black and white photo of a bride and bridesmaid laughing together, the bridesmaid hides her face on the bride's shoulder


Mercedes Evans Photographer