Wedding Photography at Easthampstead Park | Berkshire Wedding Photography

Below are a few favourite images taken from recent weddings I have photographed at Easthampstead Park in Wokingham.  I have  many weddings to blog at the moment but as life is so busy photographing weddings, newborns and bumps not to mention attending many courses keeping me very busy I thought I would just post a few favourite images all taken at the most fantastic Easthampstead Park within the past few months.

I hope you like them.  I was at Easthampstead Park two weeks ago, last week and have another wedding to photograph there on Saturday so please look out for the blogs of each wedding coming soon.

For now here are some kids, confetti, grandparents, emotions, clear moments photo booth, details, cakes, wedding food, beautiful brides, handsome grooms and gorgeous surroundings.

Hazel Sims - May 10, 2013 - 4:35 pm

Simply Stunning Shots Tina! Congratulations to all the happy couples.

Tina Cleary Henness - May 12, 2013 - 10:43 am

Thank you Hazel Sims. I always appreciate your comments. We where looking at the lovely natural light images you took of Shannon & me almost seventeen years ago the other day, they really where lovely xxx

Laughter at a wedding | Capturing emotion

I was looking through some images this morning as I needed to find one with laughter at a wedding.  I then decided to do a different kind of blog post today. So Friday’s blog post is a happy one. Here are a few images with laughter in from different weddings to make you smile.

The best thing about being a wedding photographer is documenting all the natural emotions of the day.  Nerves, tears, laughter, love, touch.  It really is an honour to be part of two families coming together by the love of two people at a wedding.

Below are a few favourites but there are MANY more.

Berkshire portrait photographer | Pets and children in the studio

As a Berkshire portrait photographer I often photograph neighbours and local friend’s children which I really enjoy. On my last studio day I photographed Norie’s four babies Iestyn & Rhys and their pet dogs Sophie & Sparky.  I was amazed at how easy it was to photograph the dogs – they where naturals in the front of the camera.  Seriously they just sat and posed and I did not have to chase them around or anything.

We started off getting a few of the boys together then their mum Norie bought the dogs in for a some portraits too.

Iestyn & Rhys where really good fun and handled the dogs well.  My next sitting would be my girls with our pet cat so I prayed their sitting would go smoothly too.  It did thankfully 🙂

My next studio days are booked for Saturday 23rd March & Saturday 13th April. I have availability so please get in touch if you have any questions or would like to book.

Here are a few of my favourites from the sitting.



Easthampstead Park Wedding Photography | A Winter Wedding in Berkshire

I have been very busy lately and am quite behind with my wedding blogging so thought I would start the day preparing a new wedding blog post of a winter wedding in Berkshire.   I always love to start and end the year with some Easthampstead Park Wedding Photography so here is the recent wedding of Katie and Steve from London.

I knew their wedding day would be an absolute pleasure to photograph but after an enjoyable skype chat to Katie, Steve and their little boy George one Saturday morning a few weeks before their special day, I was even more sure that this was going to be a beautiful day to document.

First I headed to the the Coppid Beech hotel which is adjacent to the John Nike Leisuresport complex and looks out on to the dry ski slopes, it has an alpine theme to it so brings back lovely memories of skiing.  I always enjoy capturing the preparations of the wedding day, Katie and her bridesmaids where all getting ready in one room and the atmosphere was lovely as they are all best friends so lots of lovely history together.

Next it was on to Easthampstead Park to capture the ceremony and reception.  Katie and Steve made sure they spent quality time with their gorgeous son who was also their paige boy and gave him the very important role of handing the rings to them.

The whole day and evening was full of love and laughter.  The ceremony was beautiful and emotional.  In the evening Steve and Katie booked a casino and the Clear Moments Photobooth.  Here are some of my favourite images from the day.


Lorenzo - March 7, 2013 - 11:33 pm

Got some great reactions there Tina and the human wedding pyramid has to be a first!

Lovely photos as always Tina. It was a lovely wedding and great working with you again.

Darren Latimer - March 13, 2013 - 10:08 am

Look forward to it Tina

Lost Vegas - July 28, 2013 - 12:16 am

Lovely Wedding! Great photo of our Roulette table in action! If you have any more I'd love to have a print 🙂

Easthampstead Park Wedding Photography | Female Wedding Photographer | Berkshire Reportage Photography

I often feature Easthampstead Park Wedding Photography.  As a Female Wedding Photographer offering Reportage Photography I receive lot of beautiful reviews from people and often do not get time to update my site with them.  Here is a lovely review from a bride that got married at Easthampstead Park.  To read more reviews please visit this section of the site.

“I really could not recommend Tina Cleary of Clear Moments Photography more, she is very reasonably priced compared to other photographers I looked at and is really flexible as to her packages.    All of our photos were up and online to view the morning we returned from our honeymoon.  The reason I booked Tina is because she captures the bits you aren’t trying to, laughing at dinner, or the bridesmaids sharing a joke but she also gets the formal shots, that being said, all the photos I wanted framed or canvased are the informal ones.  This is the link to her website  and her Facebook page but you really need to see her albums as I don’t think her websites do her justice at all.  Other guests at the wedding commented on how lovely she was and when everyone started badgering her for photos as she was trying to pack away, word has it she obliged with very good grace.

We also had her photo booth which was really fun, the only snag is we did not get on at people to go and take pictures so there aren’t as many as I would like, in hindsight, I might have had this set up so that when we were all kicked out of the room for it to be cleared up, people could take their pictures then, whereas it was set up in our main room which meant that people were too busy dancing to go and have their picture taken.  But then I would rather have that memory than a 100 photos so therein lies the trade off.

Let me know if your friend would like Tina’s emails address or any other addresses, I would use all my suppliers again!

K xxxx