Hmmm, not really the weather we'd been hoping for..... But all six weddings we shot in August were great days, rain or shine.
Sarah and Peter’s wedding was almost like a film directed from Above. A steady, pervasive drizzle going into the church, wall-to-wall sunshine coming out.
I know many photographers spend a lot of time preventing flare in their pictures, even going to the lengths of cloning out those 'colour circles'. I really like them, as long as they're not obscuring the subjects too much.
Sarah couldn't bear to wait a day for the CD's in the post, so asked me to send her the link to the images online:
I couldn't resist having a look online, will definately look at the CD's when they come, but if they are going to look better than them, they will be out of this world!
Thank you so much, they are the most beautiful pictures, I absolutely love them.
thank you thank you thank you
Suzanne and Jeff were married at Woldingham school in Surrey. Here's Suzanne just before leaving the house.
Plenty of kilts on display, and the second piper in two weeks for us.
Gabriella and Simon were married at Cannizaro House, a venue I've visited more than any other.
It's amazing to think that The Trafalgar in Greenwich was where William Gladstone and Charles Dickens could be found dining, 170 years ago.
Angela and Ross used it fot their venue...
Angela's house had a fantastic bright red wall, and I think it works well as the background to this image.
I received a lovely email from them both:
Thank you so much for photos.
They are amazing! Our friends and family have said how brilliant they are. They are all of a high quality but within this, there are so many stand out photos, ones that cause a collective intake of breath in the audience when they are shown.
We'll be in contact by phone or in person soon.
Angela & Ross.