Belly Laughs – Why I Love this Wedding Photo.
Part of my ongoing series where I discuss some of my personal favourite images from recent weddings.
This section of my website showcases individual images which I really love.
Of course, not all of them are necessarily award-winning but each of them resonate with me as the photographer. When I’m shooting weddings, I love to simply observe moments, and then capture them. In many cases, these moments are unexpected, and in some cases, they are very expected.
In each of these posts I explain why the image makes me smile, and I also talk about the technology behind the shot.
I hope you enjoy looking through these images as much as I enjoyed making them.
There is always an element of chaos in the calm of a wedding and this is exactly what I tried to capture at Jack and Hayley’s Tythe Barn Launton Wedding last Autumn. I posted a picture today on my Instagram account, and I spoke about a quote from famous photographer W. Eugene Smith who said:…
The Nervous Look. Part of my ongoing series where I look at some of my favourite wedding pictures.
Bridal Prep Photography – A Little Story This is a little story about Bridal Prep Photography. I’m a wedding photographer by trade with a passion for people watching. I want my wedding photographs to be snapshots of real, uncontrived but tender moments in time. Weddings are where I ply my trade, but really, it’s just…
Part of my ongoing series of images where I discuss some of my recent work. This is from a recent Oxfordshire Wedding that I shot in the late Autumn.
The first time a bride and groom see each other on their wedding day is a very special moment in their own personal history.
A lovely moment from a very recent wedding I photographed in the South West of France when Rickie chose to walk down the aisle with both her mum and dad.
Don’t drop me Dad ~ Why I love this Wedding Picture. Part of my ongoing series where I look at some of my favourite wedding photographs, and explain them.
A little bit of chaos in the scene can often lead to a non-conformist wedding picture.