The wedding of Neil and Louise
Wedding photography, one of the best and most frightening things you can photograph in my opinion. Seeing as this is my blog that's the one I'm going to concentrate on.
What's so frightening about it? Well for the ceremony there is much of it that only happens once. Unlike a home or studio shoot you can't get everyone to stop, reset and carry on again. The bride walking down the aisle, being given away, the exchange of rings and the first kiss, these are all very specific moments in time and I'm very conscious that any mistake I make could put a damper on the day for the couple, their friends and family.
The good parts? Apart from getting paid to do something I enjoy so much? It's being a part of a couples day, and there is always interesting people to meet. There is always something new to learn, even if it's 'don't use that technique ever again'
so, on with the photos. The bride arrived in this beautiful split screen VW
The Wedding Car
The venue was Westgate Hall in Southampton for both the wedding and the reception, a wonderful building, but a lighting nightmare! Thankfully we had a little cloud cover after the ceremony for some photographs outside.
The happy couple
It's amazing what backdrops you can find in the middle of a city
I would like to thank Neil and Louise for making me part of their special day, and wish them all the best in their future life together.
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