Why I shoot Winter Weddings
Some of my favourite days to shoot are Winter Weddings. Couples who get married in winter want a different feel to their images. Open Fires, candlelit ceremonies and even the magic of a Christmas tree, give them a unique atmosphere. Shooting winter weddings also brings challenges. It’s dark earlier on and you cannot rely on the weather for lots of outside pictures.
I love working in low light. Using the ambient light of a room can create something so romantic and intimate; something you just don’t get in summer. Couples that choose this time of year want that “feel” to their pictures. It takes a lot of experience to shoot dark spaces without flooding them bright flash. I have shot over 1500 weddings and many of them were in the off-season.
I mix natural, documentary images that don’t stop or interfere with your day with a few groups and portraits. I chose gentle direction, rather than anything cheesy. I want my images to transport you back to the day and let you relive it.
Have a look through some of the winter weddings below to get a feel of how I work in winter. Get in touch to find out more.
Hedsor House Winter Wedding – Sonia & Andy’s Christmas Wedding I’ve shot at Hedsor House probably more than any other […]Read More ›
Northbrook Park Wedding – Andy & Lizzie’s beautiful winter wedding Andy and Lizzie’s Northbrook Park Wedding was so memorable. A great […]Read More ›
Cliveden House Wedding – The Winter Wedding of Jessica & William Wooo hooo! Been dying to share this Cliveden House […]Read More ›
Oxford Union wedding – Duncan & Anita’s winter wedding in Oxford I have to admit, I was quite nervous about […]Read More ›