Category Archives: Wedding photojournalist

Here’s another suffolk wedding favourite! For me i love to capture moments which are unposed and more natural so getting a shot of the Bride and her Dad, for me, is not standing them rigid outside of the Church with forced grins! I look for times when they are together and try and get a […]

View full post »

Here’s another favourite wedding image from a recent wedding at a fab venue called The Old Rectory, in Alderton, Suffolk. This is a very quaint wedding venue with ample space for marque’s and tents. Look out for a full blog post soon on this wedding. If you have been following my other blog pages you will have […]

View full post »

The use of natural light, whenever i photograph a wedding, is something that i am passionate about. The look and feel you get when working with natural light far exceeds the harshness that flash sometimes gives (although when i do use flash i try and soften it as much as possible). It takes more skill to […]

View full post »

Here’s another favourite from a recent wedding at The Winter Barns canterbury. The exchange of the wedding rings is a very important time and i’m always conscious of not being to close or interrupting the ceremony. I use a Canon 5D mk3 in silent mode which means that the couple are not disturbed with a […]

View full post »

Wedding breakfast and speeches are fantastic times of a wedding for me! Why do i mention this? Well the wedding breakfast is a great opportunity for very relaxed, reportage photos of guests and you also get great reactions during the speeches (as below!). Normally these times of the wedding are getting near the end of […]

View full post »