Oxfordshire Wedding Photography...
For this week's wedding I'm off to a sleepy little village near Eynsham in Oxfordshire for a traditional english afternoon tea party. It's a part of the world I know fairly well as I have shot many weddings over the years at Eynsham Hall, but this wedding was a bit different...
I nearly didn't take this commission on as it was on one of the very few Saturdays I have off in a year and Emma and Duncan only wanted me there for five hours, but something in me said I should. I'm very glad I did...
Although I'd spoken to Emma a couple of times on the phone, like many of my weddings we'd not seen each other in the flesh until the very first second I saw her walk down the stairs. I let the photos do the talking when it comes to Emma's beauty, but it was her aura that immediately struck me.
After our initial greeting I popped over to meet Duncan and guests at the church (St. Peters Roman Catholic Church in Eynsham). I must say out of all the churches I have shot at this is one of the most photogenic. There was a beautiful symmetry and rhythm to the building which gave me loads of options to have fun with my compositions.
After the Church we all popped back to Emma's uncle's farm for a traditional english afternoon tea party/reception.
It really was a truly beautiful day, a day which will stick with me for a very long time to come. Massive thank you to Emma and Duncan for picking me to shoot their day and as always I'll leave you with a few which caught my eye.
As always, thank you for your interest in my work,