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Rob Tarren
Complete camera geek. Live, breath and dream photography (and bore everyone else in the process!)
Complete camera geek. Live, breath and dream photography (and bore everyone else in the process!)
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Caswell House Wedding Photography – I know, it’s been far too long since I blogged anything! My 2017 wedding season is very much in full swing so finding a few spare moments to update the site is tricky! I’ve promised myself I will give myself a kick up backside and get posting more over the next couple of weeks, I’ve had so many awesome weddings that I really should share them!

First off is Tilda and Iain’s utterly fabulous ceremony at the equally fab Caswell House! This venue is situated in between the Cotswold towns of Burford and Witney.

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Elmore Court 2017 Wedding – In my last post I know I mentioned that it had been far too long since I blogged anything! Once again, I know I’ve left it far too late before updating the website! Oops, sorry! It’s been such a fantastically busy wedding season that I’ve not been able to draw breath to post an update!

However, I’ve managed to find a few minutes to post a handful of images from Becky & Andrew’s beautiful summer wedding at Elmore Court! They actually held their ceremony at St John Baptist, Elmore Church just along the road before returning for the reception.

http://www.robtarren.co.uk/2017/08/02/elmore-court-2017-wedding-becky-andrew/

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Testing out a new slideshow with some recent pics from Elmore.

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A look back through the many thousands of photographs captured by Rob Tarren during the 2016 wedding season! Featuring weddings at many of the top Cotswold weddings venues such as Great Tythe Barn, Elmore Court, Hyde Barn, Cripps Barn, Stone Barn, Kingscote Barn, Barnsley House & Spa, Tortworth Court, Hellens Manor, Hare and Hounds Hotel and Wellington Barn

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It’s proving an incredibly hard task to trim down my selection! Once again, everyone provided so many great moments for me to photograph over the following four weddings. I’ve tried my best to pick out the sort of images that highlight my shooting style; which is around 95% documentary and 5% portrait shots.

As you’ll see from the pics below, I’m an incredibly lucky wedding photographer getting booked by so many awesome couples! The recurring theme with these photos is ‘smiles’, lots and lots of smiles! It really does make this feel like the best job in the world, working with people who grin from ear to ear all day!

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It’s fair to suggest that mid-October is probably a little too early to start blogging about the highlights from the current year, especially with two months and several weddings still to shoot! However, with 50+ weddings under my belt this year and nearly 37,000 images delivered, I thought I’d better start penning my review of 2016 now! If I didn’t then I’d still be writing them as the 2017 season kicks into gear! #Wedding #Review #Cotswolds

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There’s a new wedding venue on the block and I was super excited when asked to photograph a wonderful style shoot at this idyllic Cotswold location!

I received a message from Emma from The Flower Girls asking me to cover the photos for a shoot she was planning. I previously worked with Emma at Elmore Court and more recently at Priors Tithe Barn. Click here for the Elmore Shooot and here for the Priors Tithe Barn shoot.

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Stone Barn Wedding Photography – It seems my blog posts resemble London buses, you wait ages for one then all of a sudden two come along at once!

Now I definitely had to put Kathryn and Rob’s Stone Barn summer wedding onto the website as Rob gave me a slap on the wrist for not blogging their pre-wedding photos following their shoot at Westonbirt back in June! 😉

The big day started off with bridal prep at the amusingly named The Guggle cottage in Northleach before heading over to Saint Bartholomew’s Church in Aldsworth. Sadly, as is becoming the norm recently, we had to deal with a vicar still living in the dark ages who asked me not to take any pics during the ceremony; ‘very frustrating’ is a huge understatement.
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