Complete Property Photography plan to photograph churches with a dronehttp://completepropertyphotography.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/CPP-Blog-Churches-1024x576.jpg 1024 576 John McBurney John McBurney http://2.gravatar.com/avatar/2daa3d33e5be3970e2d19885a7aeb2a0?s=96&d=mm&r=g
Towards the end of last year Complete Property Photography were fortunate to get the opportunity to photograph an historic and ancient church in the deserted village of Caldecote. The St. Mary Magdalene Church dates back to the 13th century but was made redundant in 1974, however, in 1982 it was vested by the Friends of Friendless Churches charity. In 2007 local residents in Caldecote, a tiny hamlet near Newnham at the most northern tip of Hertfordshire formed a group called the ‘Caldecote Church Friends.’ Their purpose was to raise funds for the maintenance and restoration of their beautiful little medieval church.
I have walked and ran past the church on many occasions on my journeys cross country to Ashwell. I have always been fascinated by it’s remoteness and it’s history.
We enjoyed the experience so much that we decided that our hobby for the next 12 months would be to photograph historic churches in the local area. Our mainstay of photography work involves internal and property shoots of residential homes. Complete Property Photography plan to photograph local, ancient churches with a drone.