Cotswold Wedding Photography...


I woke up early today...

Like most days, I was drawn to my computer and starting having a browse on the net. Before long, I stumbled across this quote I'd not seen before: Always remember that the camera looks both ways...

You know what, it does!

I remember when I started out in wedding photography, thinking I was going to be the next big thing, my work just looked like a poor man's version of the photographers I admired. Looking back, this was all the learning process. It's a learning process which Picasso famously summed up with his quote "good artist copy, great artist steal"

I never really understood what Picasso meant until the last year of so, but suddenly after all these weddings, I finally thought to myself Ok this is how I see the world and this is how my work portrays that. Only in the last year or so have I been truly happy my work reflects me.

My vision with wedding photography has been for me or my presence to be as transparent as possible, so the natural character of the day and personalities shine through, but at the same time creating a set of images composed with thought, art and of course my DNA.

Below are a few photos from Ria and Rik's wedding at there uncle's house in the Cotswolds. I'm really happy with the photos and I hope you like looking through their day as much as I did photographing it.

As always, thank you for your interest in my work,

James

Testimonial:


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Cotswold Wedding Photography