Memories of 2015 | Documentary Wedding Photography
As is customary around this time of year, I’ve been having a nostalgic look back over the last twelve months at all the weddings I’ve shot, and the brilliant people I’ve worked with. It’s both an opportunity to give myself a little pat on the back, for having had my most successful year of documentary wedding photography to date, but also a chance to assess where my strengths lie, and how I can improve my photography in 2016. Personal highlights include taking my first helicopter ride and shooting at local venues Frensham Heights and Loseley Park for the first time, and of course returning to Malcesine Castle for the second time. Other favourite venues included: Gate Street Barn, Farnham Castle, Northbrook Park, Great Fosters and Ramster Hall. On a more techie note, I’ve also enjoyed the benefits of shooting with a mirrorless camera in the shape of the Sony A7s. The camera has honestly been a revelation for me this year and has enable me to get many of the shots you see below. For a more detailed look at how I use the Sony A7s for documentary wedding photography, stay posted, I’ll be doing a dedicated blog post very soon. The images below are just a few of my favourite memories and moments of the year, and in a little break with tradition, I’ve tried to sequence the pictures as though they were one wedding. Enjoy…and here’s to an equally eventful 2016!
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