I’ve never been a great fan of image sequences, particularly in wedding photography; where they have become somewhat of a cliche. There are times however when it just works especially when the reactions are so natural and spontaneous.
The Perils of Photoshop Whilst the digital magic of Photoshop can be so appealing and enticing it can have a sting in the tail if one is not careful . Some years ago I produced this composite image of a clients wedding “firework extravaganza” much to their delight and my artistic satisfaction. On seeing the […]
This is an image I made at a family wedding some years ago and despite some technical flaws I just love it, and there you have it the whole reason for photography, in my humble opinion. Its all about emotion and connecting with other experiences and sometimes the nuts and bolts of how the image […]
It’s those unplanned moments which so often make the image just a little more special. In this instance with the help of the small child, although nothing to do with the wedding its his curious look I love and the fact the bride and groom are completely unaware of his presence.
This is without doubt my most unplanned for and favorite wedding image taken on a very wet day in Oxford.
I count myself truly lucky to be the father of two beautiful and delightful daughters and a wedding photographer to boot. Both bring me so much joy and delight and provide constant lessons for me. On Saturday I photographer my third wedding this years, Rachel & Nick Cooper were married at Woolton Hill church Newbury […]
It has been an interesting and frustrating week for me however all is now better after being able to get out this morning and make some images with two fantastic clients Nick & Rachael who are due to be married in the next few months. I had never really considered offering a pre-wedding shoot with […]
In answer to the previous post this is why I’m now a wedding photographer because of the great joy, fulfillment and challenge in the work I do and the people I meet.
This image for me really exemplifies the wonder of using the Leica M8 with what some would consider a very cheap Voightlander lens. The lens in question is a Voightlander 15mm f4.5 with the camera on an ISO setting of 640. What I really love about this kit is it allows people I photograph, especially […]
Many congratulations to Sean & Leah who were married yesterday in a beautiful ceremony at Warbrook House near Hook in Hampshire. Their wedding was the first of many for me this year and despite the rather gloomy February weather and dim light they not only had a fantastic day but I was able to […]