I shot this wedding at Notley Abbey in late June last year and I’ve been looking forward to sharing it with you ever since.
Thomas and Elizabeth are one of those couples that I met for the first time on their wedding day, but there was a really powerful sense of love and connection between them.
Notley Abbey of course is such a special venue and one that I like to shoot at as often as possible.
Once the home of Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh, Notley Abbey is steeped in history even though I’ve shot several weddings at Notley Abbey, each one is very unique.
I remember looking at Thomas just before Elizabeth came down the aisle and his face was a picture of pride, rather than nerves and its the little glances between them throughout that ceremony that I remember noticing the most.
Below is the selected highlights photofilm from this wedding at Notley Abbey.
Please feel free to press the full-screen button and don’t forget to switch the sound up.
Under the photofilm, I’ve presented a very small selection of some of my favourite stills from the wedding.
I hope you like the film, and the stills, and as always, please feel free to share on social media and leave comments below.
Thank you so much for the photographs – we got back from honeymoon on Sunday and it’s been a bit hectic at work, but we’ve had a chance to look through and think they’re really great! Thank you so much. We’ve forwarded the link to our parents who love them too, and are trying to decide which ones to get printed.”
– Elizabeth & Thomas
The Wedding at Notley Abbey of Elizabeth & Thomas (Photofilm)
The Wedding at Notley Abbey of Elizabeth & Thomas (Selected Stills)
Black and White Wedding Photography
One of the questions I get asked a lot is; how much of your work is black and white? The answer is, on average, around 60-70% of a wedding is shot for black and white.
If colour is the prime feature of the image, then of course it will remain in colour.