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Alex and Jeremy’s wedding at Downing College Cambridge

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  • JacquelineSeptember 14, 2016 - 4:31 pm

    I just love all the little moments you capture at your weddings! I suppose portraits have their place, but this is much more my taste!ReplyCancel

    • lightwo4September 15, 2016 - 11:15 am

      Thank you! That’s very kind and I’m really glad you like my approach!ReplyCancel

Louise and Jon’s wedding at St Andrew the Great church – the one right in the centre of Cambridge near the Lion Yard and the lovely Rectory Farm on Madingley Road.

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  • JacquelineJuly 19, 2016 - 2:17 pm

    Some great shots once again – one of my favorites is the three little girls with the cell phone. Thanks for including an explanation about the angles, etc!ReplyCancel

A few of my favourites from Helen and Nick’s wedding at harston Church and Anstey hall in Cambridge. I’m particularly fond of the “magic” image with the bridesmaids amazing expression!

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  • JacquelineJuly 2, 2016 - 5:34 pm

    Oh wow, love how you framed the one with the pool noodles, with the reaction of the guests visible in the mirrors! I’m not planning a wedding, nor do I even live in England. But I enjoy photography as a hobby, particularly a “journalistic” approach. So you’re blog is inspiring to me – love your style!ReplyCancel

  • lightwo4July 4, 2016 - 7:07 am

    Hey, thank you! Yes, that was a very funny moment…..forgot they are called pool noodles!ReplyCancel

Tiny little moments of quiet, loving glances and fleeting interactions are often what can be most telling at a wedding. They are often hidden in the cracks between the cake cutting and the confetti and all the loud and exciting bits. They are there at every wedding and these are the moments that are most important. have a look at some examples of quiet and small moments from Amy and Will’s intimate Cambridge wedding.

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So, imagine the scene as , minutes before it’s time to leave for her wedding Vicky (the bride in the picture) realises that the zip on the side of her wedding dress is stuck. And I don’t mean just a bit stuck I mean fabric rippingly, sewing kit and scissors out in a panic stuck! […]

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  • Jonathan WatermanApril 19, 2016 - 7:14 pm

    I was just viewing your website portfolio in detail.
    I have to say your work is very professional, creative, and you capture the moods perfectly. Keep up the great work.

    Award winning, Cambridgeshire and Essex and Nationwide, Wedding and Events Toastmaster, Coordinator, Consultant and MC…ReplyCancel

  • lightwo4April 20, 2016 - 7:40 am

    Thank you for your kind comments – much appreciated!ReplyCancel