NESTON WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

We were on a tight schedule and had 10 minutes to take Ellie and Tom to Parkgate to get shots of them alone. The sun was falling from the sky at a rate of knots and we still had group shots to photograph. Take the easy option, no, not Concept Wedding. We thought we do some contre jour shots, translated it means “into the light”. Shooting into the sun is a technique that would send shivers down the spine of most photographers with such a short time frame. But Ellie and Tom were so easy to work with we knew we could get some stunning images of them and the DB6.

MOONLIGHT WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY AT INGLEWOOD MANOR

Zoe & Matthew had 5 minutes to spare before the first dance, the moon was out, I had a wireless trigger for off camera flash, an umberella and a fantastic assistant. Add to this imagination and vision and this is what we come up with. Stunning if I may say so myself.

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY AT INGLEWOOD MANOR

I have been that busy photographing and editing weddings I just haven’t had the chance to blog. Over the next month I will be able to catch up on the blogging front. I just couldn’t resist this blog. Below is a photograph from Zoe and Matthew’s wedding at Inglewood Manor on the Wirral. I think they thought I was a little Mad when I took them into a run down out building by the tennis courts at Inglewood Manor, especially since Inglewood has so many fantastic spots for photography. I thinkk this shot is going to be one of my favorites for while.