Some weddings you can get a feel for how they’re going to evolve over the day simply by what happens before the ceremony. When the groom tells you his party are being picked up in an A-Team van, you just know that a certain someone is very much up for a good time. Here’s some shots from Tim and Lindsay’s wedding at New Place in Wickham. Thanks guys, it was a blast!
It’s hard to write this post without expressing how much I truly felt like a guest at Carley & Garth’s wedding. I was so much more than ‘the hired help’ on their day. It started with a beautiful, intimate ceremony at St Margaret’s Church in Ifield, followed by a marquee reception at the stables where ‘Harry’ (the horse) lives. A great couple, great friends, beautiful weather, everything just worked.
Thanks again guys, I really enjoyed myself.
The wonderful (now) Mr & Mrs Morton. The below light painting became the shot Olly and Carolyn used for their guests to sign instead of a guestbook. Sometimes, you have to try a few different things until you finally get it right…
Olivia, in her Sari, in a field of corn.
Another day, another chance to shoot my two favourite models, Bethany and Emily. The girls are always great sports and aren’t afraid to try something different…like a big red wig! These shots used a simple setup of an Alien Bee 1600 boomed high overhead, into a double diffused softbox as the main light. Sidelighting, when used, comes from two simple, bare, SB600 Nikon flashes.