First look {1000 words #2}


A picture is worth a 1000 words

Delving into my image archive to re-publish a series of images that encapsulate meaning and emotion

This image was taken at a wedding at St John The Evangelist church in the beautiful village of Frieth in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. It captures the bride’s first look at her groom. My position in the church was slightly obscured so I had to make the most of the challenging angle and I was very pleased to capture this split-second glance between the bride and groom.

This is a strong, clean image and it deserves to be showcased in a simple white frame with a deep cut white mount. Although it is a great stand alone image I’d probably suggest that this type of photograph would be best hung with other images from the wedding to create the narrative.

I am very happy to offer a personal home design consultation to discuss your frames and where to hang them. I can advise you where best to hang your framed images and help you decide which frames complement your home’s interior. Following your Home design consultation, using the latest technology, I can give you a graphic design solution of how your frames will actually look on the walls of your own home. Please feel free to get in contact to discuss your ideas.

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I only take on 10 weddings each year, if you would like to see more of my work please take a look at my Pre-Wedding Shoot Showreel here and my Wedding Photography Showreel here. For more information about my wedding photography please visit my website or contact me here. Due to high demand it is advisable to get in contact as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

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