For Isobel and Tom’s engagement shoot we met in the Peak District just outside Sheffield in South Yorkshire. We underestimated the early spring weather and had to cope with strong winds and rain in between the shots but in the end the results are fantastic. I like Isobel’s hair blowing in the wind too.

Peak District Engagement Shoot

It could be quite difficult anywhere in the Peaks to find a spot free from hikers where you could use for a backdrop whether it’s an engagement or a wedding photography shoot but we were lucky that evening. Maybe the weather discouraged everyone else from exploring the peaks.

As usually we picked a late evening just before the sunset and this contributed to the overall mood of the photos.

I had a great time meeting these two ahead of their wedding later on this year and can’t wait to see Tom waiting for Isobel down the aisle on their big day!

A quick update to this blog post:

Isobel and Tom have now tied the knot and are happily doing life together as Isobel said herself. Follow this link and see their beautiful Wentworth Church and Whirlowbrook Hall wedding.

Peak district engagement shoot with Isobel and Tom

PEAK DISTRICT ENGAGEMENT PHOTOS

Isobel & Tom

Moody and windy late evening Peak District engagement shoot.

Engaged cuple in the Peak District outside Sheffield

Engagement photo shoot in the Peak District near Sheffield

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