Very recently I photographed the lovely Nash Point Lighthouse Wedding of Kat and Tim.
Press play on the image below to see a monochromatic photo film of Tim and Kat’s wedding.
Black and White Wedding Photography is a real passion for me.
I believe it can help make a wedding story timeless.
That said, of course, weddings are often colourful and vibrant events and as such, colour does play a part in all weddings I photograph.
Once you’ve taken a look at the Photofilm below, please do take a look at some of my favourite stills thereafter.
Since our Lighthouse Wedding, Kat and I have both been whizzing around all over the place with our respective jobs (as well as trying to squeeze in a brief honeymoon) so it was great to be able to finally pause and reflect on the wedding, and of course the photos!
As you know despite being a big fan of your work we still had modest expectations of what you could achieve on the day given the nature of the location.
However, we are thrilled to bits with the results!
We were very impressed with your ability to seamlessly blend into the fabric of the wedding itself, and please take it as a compliment when we say we barely knew you were there!
But the relaxed and candid photos are a perfect reflection of the nature of the wedding we had planned, so I cannot thank you enough for everything.
Anyway, thank you again for your time on the day and everything you’ve done.Tim & Kat
Ps a couple of good shots of Otter too (the dog) which made me smile!
Some of my favourite stills
I used to visit Nash Point Lighthouse with my parents when I was a child.
It was lovely to go back, especially in these circumstances and it was also an absolutely gorgeous late Autumn day.
If you’ve ever been inside the Lighthouse, you’ll know that its the last remaining working Lighthouse on the mainland and to that end, it is very tall, very round, very dark and very narrow.
Tim and Kat had a very small Nash Point Lighthouse Wedding, around 10 people or so.
As a pure documentary wedding photographer, that is not only a challenge but also a great experience.
This Lighthouse Wedding gave me an opportunity to practice my invisibility skills ….
Once the Nash Point Lighthouse Wedding ceremony was completed, it was time to catch up with Otter, the lovely Golden Retriever and take a walk along the beach front.
What an absolutely beutiful day.
Full of love, intimacy and a lot of laughter.
HOW DID I DO AT THIS NASH POINT LIGHTHOUSE WEDDING?
Maybe you are looking for a Wedding Photographer in Glamorgan yourself – or anywhere else for that matter?
If so, please don’t hesitate to contact me to discuss your requirements.
Even though I’m a documentary wedding photographer based in Wiltshire I shoot weddings all over the UK, Europe and beyond.
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