Another wonderful wedding season, blessed with good weather and covering everything from the close intimate family affair with just two dozen people, to the full scale 500-strong celebration.
With well over a decade’s experience in wedding photography, the old cliché still holds true, that no two celebrations are ever alike. It’s really the quality of the people you meet that make for the quality of the pictures in terms of their authenticity and emotional force.
The new wedding season got off to a great start on May 3rd with the wedding of Sandra and Alexis in the beautiful coastal resort of Saint Brevin les Pins.
A year ago today I had the pleasure of photographing Jessica and Wesley’s wedding at Le Bourdil Blanc near Bergerac in the Dordogne. Despite the fact that it rained most of the day, it was really one of the highlights of my wedding season
2015 took me once again across the four corners of France travelling to Burgundy, Provence, Brittany, Dordogne and Aquitaine, from the splendour of historic castles to the intimacy of family homes.
One of the highlights of the season so far has definitely been Helen and Dan’s wedding at la Madone in the beautiful Provencal hilltop village of Roussillon, famous for its ochre sands
It would seem that in wedding photography at least, colour is the new black & white. Let me explain…..
Wedding photographers find their inspiration from many sources, often from associated branches of the profession, whether it be documentary, fashion or portraiture.