Winter Weddings

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Goodness how I love a winter wedding!

The cold crispness of the days. The snowfall that creates a hushed gentle ambience to the day. Even the wind and rain and stormy skies that can create such exqusite and dramatic backdrops for my images.

With this in mind I thought I’d share with you some gorgeous winter wedding evening images.

All too often this time of day is overlooked. And yes as a photographer you absolutely have to understand how to control off camera flash, and how to light your subjects correctly. But my goodness its worth all of the training and practice for images like this…

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An award winning image taken on the bitterest of December evenings at Hyde Barn for Francis and Tom (above).

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On a wet winters evening you simply have to have a shot like this one taken at the wedding of Lyndsay and Alex at The Slaughters Manor House (above).

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Using off camera flash and a circular modifier to achieve this silhouette image for Chris & Debs at their autumn wedding at Manor by the Lake (above).

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So incredibly romantic… using off camera flash behind the couple and also using a flash mounted high on an extendable pole held in place by the fabulous Charlotte! Taken at the wedding of Claire and Dave at Tortworth Court (above).

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Some more off camera flash! This time using the MagMod diffuser on a speed light on a very long pole up high to spot light Debs & Chris at Manor by the Lake (above).

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A firework of an image taken at Manor by the Lake last November for Charlotte and James (above).

Another chilly chilly evening for this image for Sam and Sam at Over Barn (above)

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What an incredibly romantic image taken at the wedding of Meg and Alex at Huntstile Organic Farm late in the evening (above). Lit only from the front using a speed light on an extendable pole to create this softly lit image with their entwined shadows behind them and ensuring that the string lights remained visible and glowing a soft warm colour.

It might have been cold but Lauren and Paul managed to brave the freezing temperatures for a winter wonderland evening image at Manor by the Lake (above).

This really was a cold wintery snowy day for Leonie and Richard at Wyck Hill House (above)!

Another stunning image for Lauren and Paul in the cold crisp winter evening air at Manor by the Lake (above).

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Jules and Dan braved the November evening at Glenfall House for this gorgeous photograph (above).

A stunning image for Becca and Andy on their December wedding day at Stanbrook Abbey. You can see how cold it is! (above).

And as the rain fell on Clare’s and Roy’s wedding day at Cripps Barn they braved it for the shot! (above).

Thank you to all of my Clients for working with me to get these stunning images. Images that are bespoke to them and their wedding days. Moments in time to treasure…

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