London Wedding Photographers
This family wedding portrait was taken outside St Paul’s Cathedral. The directional light is amazing for striking photos such as this one.
The Diversity of the Wedding Venue
Throughout my time as a photographer
, I have had the good fortune
to photograph at many London wedding venues. From the history-steeped St Brides Church off Fleet Street (above) to Lord’s Cricket Ground
, Dulwich College to Peckham’s Asylum Chapel
and many other venues besides. Wedding venues come in all shapes and sizes. There’s the simple and intimate register office, the beautiful but very expensive castle and in-between are the hotels, pubs, churches and stately homes. What I love most about being a wedding photographer is the diversity
of both the venues and the people attending. This summer I have gone from photographing a civil partnership on the London Eye
one week to attending a reception at a girls’ boarding school the next.
London’s architecture and textures can play a very important part in Central London weddings.
My Favourite Kind of London Wedding Venue?
I really don’t have a favourite type of venue to photograph. Capturing the sense of occasion and the relationship between the wedding couple and guests within the context of the venue is of paramount importance to me. I enjoy the intimacy of the register office and the medieval grandeur of Gothic churches. With churches and older venues there’s a lot of symmetry which I can use to add interest. But with hotels and the more modern places there are often mirrors, furnishings, gardens and more vibrant colours with which to utilise for the wedding photographs.
As well as London I often venture further afield into the south-east and home counties too. I list here some of my favourite wedding venues in London and the south-east with a few choice photographs to illustrate why…
Misc. Photography Subjects
Baby Naming Ceremony Photography
Mature Couple Weddings
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