What happens if you get married in February and it rains to the extent that you can’t go outside?
I’ve been asked this question many times by those getting married in late Autumn, Winter, and early Spring. I hope the selection of photographs here shows that it isn’t the end of world – quite the opposite, with the very best of digital technology atmospheric pictures indoors without flash are most definitely possible.
Thank you so much for the fantastic photos… We love the relaxed and informal style – they were just what we wanted!
This was a very, very happy day, even if the weather wasn’t fabulous – and the resulting set of pictures captured the emotion of the day which as I say elsewhere on the site is what makes for memorable images. You might expect me to say this, but what do Karen and Tim think now:
“Thank you so much for the fantastic photos… We love the relaxed and informal style – they were just what we wanted! Many of our guests commented on how easy going you were – and how you put everyone at ease. It’s a lovely record to have of the most wonderful day that whizzed by too quickly! We can’t thank you enough…”
Proof not only of the importance of wedding photography when the day is over but also of the often overlooked fact that it’s not just about equipment – how your photographer behaves on the day is just as significant.
Thank you Karen and Tim.