Back to Cley for another wedding. This time we were only there for an hour after wedding itself for a few photographs at the mill and on the beach. As I was photographing with Tim, I am only going to show you two photographs from my perspective.
The first photograph was taken from afar in the marshes at Cley. I came very close to falling into one of the water filled trenches with all of my kit.
This second photograph is quite interesting as I used my travel camera for this shot and not my usual Nikon SLR’s. I have been using the little Ricoh quite a bit this season and will hopefully be writing an article on the camera to share with other photographers. The camera is small enough to fit in your pocket yet has the image quality of a high end DSLR.
A few photographs from a beautiful wedding this Wednesday just gone. The forecast didn’t look good, but half way through the ceremony at the church in South Creak, the sun popped out the brighten up the pictures. We managed to pop down to the beach at Brancaster for a few photographs before the sun decided to go down. Despite the cold wind, we got some lovely pictures.
Head over to Tim’s Facebook page to see what happened when we got the studio lights out.
Narborough Hall is such a pleasure to photograph, so I was delighted when Adam and Emma chose me to photograph their wedding.
The day started with the ceremony at a beautiful church in Terrington St. Clements. Emma looked stunning as she walked down the aisle.
It was then onto my favorite part of the day, which was photographing Adam and Emma in the grounds of Narborough Hall. They both looked so natural and elegant in the photographs. This look carried over even when they didn’t know the camera was on them. After a great speech it was then off for a dance in the hall, before digging into a juicy hog roast. It was a fantastic day for Adam, Emma and all of their guests. Please leave a comment below or contact me if you are thinking of getting married at Narborough Hall Gardens.