Love this romantic duo:
And this little one too!
For this wedding at Hebden Bridge Golf Club, the bride had asked for a specific image which recreated a photo of her parents on their wedding day, years earlier.
So at dusk we headed out from the reception.
We tried a few shots as the sun set over the hills behind.
It was freezing so we didn’t spend long, and nipped back into the party.
Overjoyed to be able to make these guys happy.
A lovely couple, amazing family and beautiful wedding.
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This wedding photo was taken at the Hallmark Hotel in Handforth, near Manchester.
We had a bit of time when Amy and Mark had first arrived at the venue to get some shots while they were sipping their bubbly.
I wanted to use a wide angle lens to get the full car in the shot.
I was keen to capture them in a natural relaxed pose, without me giving any directions.
I was also trying to keep low, to make sure the car was obscuring any other cars behind.
It was the third vehicle that Amy had travelled in that day!
The first wedding car had broken down, so Amy was driven to the wedding in her dad’s convertible, complete with hastily-tied ribbons on the bonnet.
The replacement car arrived during the service so this was how they left the ceremony!
Ben and Sam picked this photo of their Yorkshire wedding for the cover of their album.
Their wedding venue was Hazelwood Castle. It’s gorgeous hotel that’s styled like a medieval castle.
We had a bit of time before the evening function. They’d spotted a path leading down to some woods, a short walk away from the venue.
We took a few pictures on the path and then found this spot around the corner, where the low sun made for a beautiful golden halo kind of effect.
I really like the relaxed and loving vibe they were giving off. It encapsulated the moment perfectly, just taking a bit of time together, away from the chaos of the day, to catch their breaths, before heading back for partying!
This has a selection of pictures from a few different weddings.
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This wedding photo was taken on the moors above Hebden Bridge.
I was trying to use the bridge for leading lines, to give a bit of depth in the picture, as well as lead the viewer’s eye to these guys in the centre.
We were up on the Calderdale moors, near to the two reservoirs, Gorple and Widdop.
We tried a few different pictures on the bridge and near the water.
The sun was setting at this point, so we got a nice mix of shots in direct sunlight, as well as soft light when the clouds moved overhead.
These guys were really adventurous in exploring the area.
They were enjoying trying out different locations, and were great at walking about in their finery.
I manage to slip and fall down a hole, but they remained graceful throughout!
This was one of the earliest weddings that I ever shot.
The wedding ceremony room at Kilhey Court Hotel is a beautiful space, with loads of natural light.
The flower girls had laid down flowers for the bride to walk in on.
I was pretty nervous at the time, just trying to get that best shots I could without getting in the way.
After the ceremony we got some great pictures around the fountain near the entrance.
The groom is a great singer, and in the evening sang a few on stage with the band!
This picture of the bride and groom was taken at the very end of the night.
Adam and Louise had asked for one more photograph that showed the venue all lit up.
I grabbed a light stand and umbrella from my car, and we tried a couple of quick pictures with the flash set up to the right.
Louise had changed out of her lovely wedding dress for the evening, so she could relax and get more dancing done.
The tower in the right of the shot is a folly that’s open on bank holidays, and the source of the venue’s name.
I like the blue gradient of the sky in the background. It gives a hint of the beautiful sunshine earlier on in the day.
This isn’t the album format that we offer any more, but there’s some nice pictures in the video, to give you an idea of our photography style.