About a month ago, towards the end of November, I found myself at my own parish church of St. Aldhem, Malmesbury, photographing the wedding of Lizzie and Anthony.
Lizzie is actually the sister of a good friend of my wife and I, and so I was really thrilled to be a part of her wedding day.
They got married at the catholic church, before heading over to The Old Bell, Malmesbury for the rest of their celebrations.
The Old Bell, is officially the closet wedding venue I can shoot at and its less than a 30 second walk from my front door.
I will, in time, blog more images from this wedding as it was a lovely day but I was particularly drawn by this candid portrait of Lizzie in the church.
As you probably know, my style of wedding photography is based on the ethos of non-contrived images and I simply love it when brides look so happy on their wedding day.
Throw in a gorgeous smile across the aisle to her new husband and a splash of almost heaven-sent light falling through a roof window and you have the ingredients for a lovely photograph.
I really like this image and as usual, I hope you do too. ¬†Please feel free to comment or share.
For the technical minded, this shot was spot metered and under exposed by 2/3rds of a stop. You can see more of my Fuji specific work over at http://f16.click
- Camera: ¬†Fujifilm X-T1
- Lens:¬ XF23mm F1.4
- Exposure: ¬ 1/125th second at f/1.4
- Flash: ¬ Did not fire