Hats – Part of my ongoing series where I explain why I love a particular wedding picture that I have shot recently.
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.
Stonehenge Wedding; Part of my ongoing series where I look at some of my recent wedding images and explain what they mean to me.
Another image in my series where I look at some of my own personal favourite pictures. This time, its signing the register time at Hampton Court Castle.
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.
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.