Favourite Frames – Lainston House Wedding Photography

Nikon D3s, 70-200mm, f4.0, 1/100sec, ISO12800

Lainston House Wedding Photography

One of my very favourite frames from Lianda and Richard’s Lainston House wedding photography was this sneaky little shot of their flower girl and her mother as the couple exchange their rings. As a reportage wedding photographer I’m always aiming to find a different angle on the traditional parts of the day. After having got the shot of the couple of course, I’ll try to spot a reaction from one of their family or friends. Often that’s the mother of the bride wiping away a tear, but on this occasion I was drawn to their flower girl looking on so intently. I also really like how Lianda and Richard are still visible in the foreground and create a natural frame within the picture. I really enjoy telling mini stories from the wedding day in a sequence of pictures, but on this occasion the action and reaction are beautifully composed within the single frame.

Situated just two miles north-west of the ancient cathedral city of Winchester and nestled in 63 acres of stunning Hampshire countryside, there is no more romantic a setting to celebrate a marriage than the breathtakingly beautiful Lainston House near Winchester, a 17th century country house set within beautiful grounds with stunning views. If you’re planning to tie the knot at Lainston House, or any other of my favourite Hampshire wedding venues for that matter, I’d be delighted to meet with you and share more of my work. Contact me today to check my availability.

Lainston House Wedding Photography

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