Category Archives: London Creative Wedding Photography
Is this the wedding of the year? Did I photography your wedding in 2011 and you’d like it to be re-featured as one of the best of 2011 (if not THE best!) then drop me a line..I had some wonderful times photographing great couples, their families and friends in some amazing locations and some more personal venues. I just love being involved..and most of all creating something very special from each and every event. Your wedding day is so important to get right..from the flowers to the food..the music to the cake..so its vital its recorded properly and that the real’vibe’ of your day is captured forever.
Don’t forget..I always tell couples.that in a few years time..when your own family is growing..they will look back at that day with wonder at how beautiful mummy looked and how handsome (and slim) Dad was back then. They will also want to see Grandma..cousins , nephews and nieces..in fact everybody they have heard so much about. That, my friends is why great photography is so important and presenting those images in a fabulous album means so much to one and all!!
Let me know about your wedding..
Actually this was shot in April..the best month for weather in 2011. Taken at Cannizaro House on the edge of Wimbledon and showing a wonderful moment between Richard and Oona as they took a stroll away from the celebrations through the beech trees. I’d seen the location a few days before and I knew immediately that I wanted to shoot images through the trees…there are a few other frames taken on the day in the galleries. Wedding Photography is a marvellous experience when the elements combine in our favour..but I really also enjoy the challenges that clouds and rain bring..(let’s be realistic..I’m an English wedding photographer…living in London (SW16). Weather is variable. What more can I say. Having great equipment helps. Thats’s something that potential clients should bear in mind when looking to budget (downwards). Good wedding and portrait photographers will invest in the right equipment..cameras, lights..lenses.
Technically it all adds up. It costs to be able to photograph in a dimly lit church and still retain quality..