Kate & James had their Tunnels Beaches Wedding back in September last year.
If you have ever been there, you’ll know that Tunnels Beaches is an amazing, hidden, coast side wedding venue in Devon.
It truly is a unique wedding venue and I was really looking forward to shooting their wedding.
Its the kind of venue where having the ceremony and reception outside is just a dream. Luckily, back at the end of September we had a small heat wave here in the UK and the weather was just perfect.
As the ceremony finished, the sun started to dip to make the most incredible backdrop to this particular Tunnels Beaches wedding.
All throughout the day I couldn’t help thinking that this was such a colourful venue and I think the images demonstrate that.
Kate and James really did have a fairy-tale wedding there and coupled with great weather was a very powerful set of speeches.
As the sun dropped over the horizon I left the wedding and headed back to Wiltshire.
I think you’ll agree that their Tunnels Beaches Wedding really was spectacular and I’m lucky to have another few weddings booked there next summer which I’m very much looking forward to photographing.
“Kate and I are absolutely blown away by the creativity, warmth and emotion that you’ve managed to capture in the photographs. The pictures completely brought the day flooding back to us with so many hidden gems and moments we didn’t even realise happened. It’s going to be very tough narrowing down what to hang on the wall and put in an album.”
– Kate & James
Tunnels Beaches Wedding of Kate & James (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.