“Thank you ever so much for photographing our wedding. We really enjoyed working with you. You blended in so well on the day, making everyone feel very comfortable and took on spontaneous photo requests, which was great. The pictures are stunning and we were blown away by them. You are such a talented photographer and we couldn’t have wished for better wedding photos. They are truly reflective of the day and it was such a joy going through them. The day itself went really quickly and looking at these captured moments really puits us back there. Thank you!” – Laurent and Dorothea
My day with Laurent and Doro started by standing on Magdalene Bridge in the rain waiting for Doro to make her way with her bridesmaids through the Saturday crowds to Magdalene College. It was worth the wait and the first image below is the result, it hopefully provides a bit of context for the day and I like the juxtaposition of the bride and bridesmaids with the every-day just continuing on in the background.
I’ve included a couple of dozen or so of my other favourite images from the day below. There are several hundred in the complete set and they include all sorts of images of speeches and families, dancing and of course, the ceremony itself, but my favourites, and the ones that I look for at every wedding are the hidden and telling moments which often occur between the main event. I often think that the most interesting pictures are the “ones in the cracks” where no one else can see or is looking. They often give a much more interesting and faithful flavour of the day and I hope you get a sense of that from the small selection below!
If you are planning your wedding and are looking for a photographer to photograph between the cracks on your wedding day then GET IN TOUCH – I would love to hear from you!