Best of Wedding Photography 2018 Part One

Looking back over the year I can see a lot of rain flying around in these pictures….there are a couple of pairs of wellies in evidence….but also let’s not forget the summer where even having your wedding in the back of an industrial freezer wasn’t going to keep anybody cool. I shot the wedding of…

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Best of Wedding Photography 2018 Part Two

Occasionally I ponder upon my working life and what I actually spend my time doing. Creating things that weren’t there before I got my camera out of its bag. Usually between four and five hundred new things every time I turn up at my place of work. All of them are worth a little piece…

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Best of Wedding Photography 2018 Part Three

And here are the last eleventy million photographs from this years harvest. These are all pictures that I particularly like for one reason or the other. They are not all of brides and grooms getting wistful with each other, they are not all Hero shots taken on the edge of a mountain following a three…

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somerset house wedding

Streets of London

It was an UnDry day a couple of weeks ago and I was shooting a wedding in London. The rain was almost sideways and I got very wet at the start of the day. But was encouraged to find that as I waited in the rain for the bride to emerge from the Savoy Hotel,…

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Hedsor House – Love on the Balcony

Jen and Anthony met on the 137 bus somewhere around Clapham Junction. I used to get the 137 bus a lot when I lived in London, so I was very darned pleased when they invited me to shoot their wedding at Hedsor House. Like it was meant to be, with the 137 and all. I am…

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Best of Wedding Photography 2017 Part One

Ok – so I am not the most prolific blogger…and ok, I don’t mind admitting that when the weddings quieten down a bit in January I like to spend some time on my bike, or with the kids, or clearing out the loft and shed etc. So when other wedding photographers ‘Best of the Year’…

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