The Tear – Why I love this Picture. Part of my ongoing series of images where look at individual wedding photographs I’ve shot and discuss why they make me smile.
Weddings at Why I love your pictures
This section of my website is all about my own self-indulgence. I’ll be talking about pictures that I really love, how I shot them, why I shot them. Maybe even some editing explanation and camera technique too. Why I really LOVE these photographs.
Dad: Part of my Why I love this Picture series. In this post, I look at the relationship between Dad and daughter during the first dance.
The Prayer – part of my ongoing series where I discuss some of his favourite images shot at recent weddings. This time we return to Cripps Stone Barn on a rainy day in November.
Part of my ongoing series where I explore some of my favourite recent wedding photographs in more detail. In this image, we’ll talk about colour…..and lots of it.
Another look at a very recent image. This time from November 2015 at St. Aldhem’s Church here in my home town of Malmesbury.
The Gentle Touch – I’m always looking out for little moments like this at each wedding I photograph.
I’m heading back to June 2014 to take a look at an image that I really am glad I shot. The Huge Hug…..hold on tight now!
Another look at one of my images from earlier this year. This time, the bridesmaid is nervous – right before walking down the aisle.
Casual Onlookers – Why I love this picture. Its a very British thing, I believe, but strangers it a wedding is always something that captures my attention.
The Grand Exit – Why I love this picture. Part of my series looking at some of my favourite images. This is one from Ian and Louisa’s wedding in June 2015 at Wrest Park.