MATT STANSFIELD

A PHOTOGRAPHY BLOG
Sophie & Andrew on Flickr.A preview from my editing today. Sophie and Andrew having a quiet moment after their ceremony at the Corinthian Yacht Club.

Sophie & Andrew on Flickr.

A preview from my editing today. Sophie and Andrew having a quiet moment after their ceremony at the Corinthian Yacht Club.

Cornish Bliss on Flickr.A panoramic from Millendreath, taken yesterday afternoon while visiting the beach with friend for a BBQ.

Cornish Bliss on Flickr.

A panoramic from Millendreath, taken yesterday afternoon while visiting the beach with friend for a BBQ.

St Ives on Flickr.A panoramic I captured of St Ives on recent visit to the town.

St Ives on Flickr.

A panoramic I captured of St Ives on recent visit to the town.

Saltash Lightening on Flickr.Photographed some stormy weather from my window last light, spectacular display!

Saltash Lightening on Flickr.

Photographed some stormy weather from my window last light, spectacular display!

Vicky & Andy on Flickr.Last weekend I photographed the wonderful wedding of Vicky & Andy. A preview from their St Ives wedding.

Vicky & Andy on Flickr.

Last weekend I photographed the wonderful wedding of Vicky & Andy. A preview from their St Ives wedding.

St Nectan’s Glen on Flickr.Yesterday I took a trip Nectan’s Glen to photograph some landscape and nature pictures. It was a really enjoyable trip! This picture is the first I captured and shows the Cuva Nathan waterfall.

St Nectan’s Glen on Flickr.

Yesterday I took a trip Nectan’s Glen to photograph some landscape and nature pictures. It was a really enjoyable trip! This picture is the first I captured and shows the Cuva Nathan waterfall.

Woodland on Flickr.Been recently photographing some woodland scenes down Mount Edgecumbe.  This was the first picture I captured on the shoot and was probably also my favourite.

Woodland on Flickr.

Been recently photographing some woodland scenes down Mount Edgecumbe. This was the first picture I captured on the shoot and was probably also my favourite.

Plymouth Registry Office & The Treasury Wedding: Jenny & Matt

Jenny and Matt are a fabulous couple from Saltash. They got married at Plymouth Registry Office before spending the rest of their day at The Treasury.

I have known Jenny since school, and it was a real pleasure to photograph such a wonderful day for them both. 

The day started with photography of the bridal preparation at Jenny’s mum’s house before the ceremony in Plymouth. The ceremony was wonderful with an amazing atmosphere throughout. After the ceremony we did the group pictures in the Registry office gardens before everyone lined up for the confetti throwing, which was awesome!

We then did a few portraits on the Hoe before spending the rest of the day celebration at The Treasury. The day was really fun, with so many amazing people and great moments. It couldn’t have gone any better for Jenny & Matt, and I wish them a huge congratulation and a happy married life together. 

Below are a few of my favourite pictures from their day.

 

Dartmoor Waterfall on Flickr.Another picture from my waterfall project. This time captured from my most recent trip to Dartmoor.

Dartmoor Waterfall on Flickr.

Another picture from my waterfall project. This time captured from my most recent trip to Dartmoor.

Dartmoor Water Fall on Flickr.I recently started a project photographing Dartmoor waterfalls. I thought the project would be a good way to explore the moors and boost my stock portfolio a bit. So a few days ago, I took a trip to Plym River to search for a waterfall I came across through some research. Although I wasn’t certain on where it was, I had a good inkling. So I planned the journey, drove to the parking spot and starting the walk. I must have walked for around two hours, through marsh land, bogs and rough terrain but I was finally rewarded with a sight of the waterfall, and what a fine waterfall it was!
 I photographed for about an hour trying a few different compositions and long exposures. Unfortunately, the walk took longer than I expected and with sunset fast approaching I was forced to head back sooner than I would have liked. (I didn’t fancy trekking back in the dark). If the weather stays good, I will defiantly re-visit in the next few days. This is my favourite picture from the trip.
 I photographed for about an hour trying a few different compositions and long exposures. Unfortunately, the walk took longer than I expected and with sunset fast approaching I was forced to head back sooner than I would have liked. (I didn’t fancy trekking back in the dark). If the weather stays good, I will defiantly re-visit in the next few days. This is my favourite picture from the trip.

Dartmoor Water Fall on Flickr.

I recently started a project photographing Dartmoor waterfalls. I thought the project would be a good way to explore the moors and boost my stock portfolio a bit. So a few days ago, I took a trip to Plym River to search for a waterfall I came across through some research. Although I wasn’t certain on where it was, I had a good inkling. So I planned the journey, drove to the parking spot and starting the walk. I must have walked for around two hours, through marsh land, bogs and rough terrain but I was finally rewarded with a sight of the waterfall, and what a fine waterfall it was!

I photographed for about an hour trying a few different compositions and long exposures. Unfortunately, the walk took longer than I expected and with sunset fast approaching I was forced to head back sooner than I would have liked. (I didn’t fancy trekking back in the dark). If the weather stays good, I will defiantly re-visit in the next few days. This is my favourite picture from the trip.

I photographed for about an hour trying a few different compositions and long exposures. Unfortunately, the walk took longer than I expected and with sunset fast approaching I was forced to head back sooner than I would have liked. (I didn’t fancy trekking back in the dark). If the weather stays good, I will defiantly re-visit in the next few days. This is my favourite picture from the trip.