My favourite wedding images from 2013

It’s that time again when I get around to choosing some of my favourite wedding images from 2013. This is always a very subjective task. It’s amazing how quickly you forget what you’ve shot. Some are liked from the time of the initial edit and usually find their way into a blog post. Others that seemed good months back get dismissed fairly quickly. I think the thing is (and I’m sure this is the case with most photographers) that we see our own photographs on our screens every day that it’s easy to get hyper-critical about them.

Sometimes, I like it because it was more technically challenging to photograph – I love the sixth shot down which which was spot metered for the shaft of light on the bride. Some show an action and reaction in the same frame which always makes for a good storytelling image. Most are grabbed moments like the first one where the bride is on her way to the ceremony with her mum helping her with the dress down the stairs and her dad leading the way. Family groups are all very well, but this is the sort of image I’d like to have to remember my own daughter’s wedding days.

I’ve chosen these images because they represent my style and approach to wedding photography. They’re not staged or posed. They’re just documented, storytelling moments captured in real time.

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I hope you liked the images. If you did, please feel free to share and comment.

If you’re getting married in 2014 and want an unobtrusive, documentary-style wedding photographer, I look forward to hearing from you.

Happy New Year to you all.

 

 

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