15/04/11Hascombe Wedding Photography
Laura and Richard, Hascombe, December 4th 2010.
The last blog post mentioned what happens if you’re indoors all day. As a lot of people will be even now be planning winter weddings here’s a good example of the great pictures you can have, even in darkness in winter.
The light was just going as Laura arrived at the church and she walked up the aisle to candlelight alone. Flash would have destroyed the atmosphere and the vicar’s rules specified no pictures were to be taken during the ceremony at all – yet despite such a brief photographic opportunity the resulting pictures are very atmospheric. Laura and Richard emerged to darkness – and sparklers, making their wedding unforgettable and giving great images.
Even walking in the snow from the car to the marquee produced pictures with a charm all their own
Even walking in the snow from the car to the marquee produced pictures with a charm all their own. Are they the same as you would have had getting married at midday on a warm sunny day like last Saturday (they’ll feature in a future blog post) – no, but the results are a great set of pictures full of joy and warmth despite the snow.
And paradoxically Laura and Richard first saw their pictures online whilst on honeymoon in very different weather in Sri Lanka: their reaction was “they are brilliant”.
Thank you both for your kind comments and allowing me to put the pictures on the blog.