Category Archives: Winter weddings

Here comes a snowy winter wedding photographed in Bury St Edmunds, with some lovely winter scapes  from the Abbey Garden ruins. Stranded trains and chilly winds apart… a snowy backdrop truly is romantic for anyone getting married at that cold part of the year! Chris and Marina where brave on this cold day, to spend that extra time amongst the ruins for some shots!

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Here comes a small, intimate wedding with lots to capture and featuring an editorial portrait session…. Imtiaz and Dorota decided to spoil them selves with two photographers on their day – with an extra long portrait session before their ceremony – a so called “First look” shoot. After capturing some of Dorota’s last touches, we went for a long walk in Holland Park before heading to Kensington and Chelsea register office. Dorota’s wishes for more experimental photography, left her and Imtiaz with experimental colour tints, together with photographs in classical black and white and more natural colours. Here are some shots that I took on their day…

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There was something very striking and at the same time so natural about Dorota. She didn’t at all pose for these two shots – in fact she never really posed at all. In these two shots, she thought that she was waiting for me to set the camera up… but really my camera had already snapped up how she was blending in and becoming a part of the painting behind her.

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