Doncaster register office commercial photography shoot
This last couple of weeks I have been doing some wedding venue photography in Doncaster of the Doncaster register office, They now have a brand new exciting wedding venue, which is the registry office located in the Mansion House situated right in the middle of Doncaster town centre. The mansion house has been on the high street now for over 250 years, it is also a grade 1 listed building and is only 1 of 4 surviving civic mansion houses in the country so it was an absolute please for me to be photographing this amazing building.
The rooms have been transformed
As I arrived I was greeted by the staff who are always friendly, they showed me around and told me about what type of photos they were wanting of the Doncaster register office. When I was walking around I couldn’t believe the transformation as I had photographed this building before for the Doncaster Council. The last time I was there one of the rooms was a kitchen and was bright orange so I was surprised to see it cream and now a wedding venue.
It’s always nice when you have beautiful rooms to work with and you can really make them shine in your photography. I do think it’s a really good thing to hire a professional interior photographer to create images for your business. Customers decide before even booking appointments whether they like the venue just by looking through photos of wedding venues.
The photography shoot
I first had a look around the room and asked the staff exactly what they are looking for from there images, their brief was to show of the entire space, They also wanted the images to show the effort that had been put into the room and also the high standards of the refurb. I felt like this room needed some wide shots to show the entire space in its best light. as you can see by the pictures the room is stunning.
If you are looking at this venue take a look at there website.
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