A shot from a Day in the Life Family Photography session that I shot recently. Regular readers of the blog will recognise Maja and her mum and dad.
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.
Claire, the bride, and her dad arrive at The Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Cothelstone for the wedding ceremony on a blustery May day.
This week, I’m looking at wedding field games in my series of Why I Love this Image. I really love the colour and fun in this photograph and I hope you do too.
Another in my series of Why I Love this Picture. This time I head back to July 2015 for the Cinnamon Kitchen wedding of Harshil and Anisha.
Another image from my series where I look at some of my favourite shots from recent weddings. This time, I’m taking you to Jenna & Guillaume’s wedding at The Rectory, Crudwell.
Another image from The Church of St Michael and All Angel’s, Summertown – infact a similar image to one I shared a few days ago. This time, from a different perspective.
Hula Hoops – Part of my ongoing series looking at some of my own favourite wedding images from recent weddings. This time, we head to Tackley in Oxfordshire.
A really colourful confetti shot from a wedding last year at Herons Barn. I hope you like it as much as I do.
In this “Why I Love” image I take a look at a colourful view of the Pantheon at Stourhead and talk about how important venue and scene setting shots are for me.
Part of my ongoing series where I look at recent wedding photographs and discuss why they appeal to me.