Wedding Photography London

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Highclere Castle, Newbury

You have done an amazing job at our wedding! The photos are wonderful and you have been absolutely brilliant: professional, helpful and very flexible! We couldn't have asked more, we will definitely recommend your service and would love you to do our family portrait shoot one day. Thank you soooo much for your hard work, we are more than happy!!!

Christina & Alessandro

Highclere Castle is a historic venue set in a thousand acres of beautiful sweeping parkland. Home to the same family for nearly 200 years, the castle was designed by the same architect as the Houses of Parliament and is similarly grand. More recently Highclere Castle was the setting for the popular tv period drama ‘Downton Abbey’.

Licensed to hold civil ceremonies and with space for over 140 guests, the elegant interior is the perfect backdrop to your whole wedding day. Alternatively, the castle team can set up marquees for 400 guests or more adjacent to the castle.

rightshot specialises in natural, contemporary wedding photography and videography, combining the best elements of reportage wedding photography with a dash of traditional photography to create our own style that has earned us a reputation for excellence and creativity making us one of the industries favourite wedding photography companies.

We have a single goal; to deliver stunning and stylish wedding photography and videography of your special day and we have packages to suit all budgets. We cover weddings all over the south east of England, including London, Surrey, Middlesex, Hertfordshire, Essex, Sussex, Kent, Berkshire, Hampshire and Buckinghamshire, all across Europe and beyond. You’ll be safe in the knowledge that your wedding or civil partnership photography is one less thing to worry about on your big day.

To discuss your requirements please call us on 01428 682974 or use our contact form. To view our wedding photography gallery, please click here.

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