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Wedding photography in Essex: Heavenly appearance

April 28th, 2016

For this wedding photography picture I wanted to blend the whole picture into one, so not one element about the picture jumps out at you, its overall appearance should be clean and smooth looking, almost heavenly in its interpretation by the viewer.

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Wedding photography in Essex: Dramatic shadows

April 21st, 2016

This wedding photography shot is all about the use of dramatic shadows, keeping the colours in the Brides dress and the Grooms button hole helps to separate them from the shadows, whilst still maintaining that dramatic shadowy look and feel.

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Wedding photography in Essex: Focus

April 15th, 2016

This wedding photography shot shows the classic in and out of focus, one thing to remember is to use various f stops to allow for more or less blur depending on what type of effect you are looking to achieve.

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Wedding photography in Essex: Classic elements

April 14th, 2016

This wedding photography picture has got all the classic elements, Bride, Groom, Church, and Horse & Carriage, what more could you ask for on the biggest day of your life.

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Wedding photography in Essex: Wet plate wedding picture

April 13th, 2016

For this wedding photography picture I decided  to go very very old fashioned with the look and feel of a process called wet plate, it is a process which uses chemicals and good old film cameras.

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Wedding photography in Essex: Sepia love

April 12th, 2016

For this wedding photography shot I played around with various filters and layers, but decided that good old Sepia was the one for this wedding picture, it brings contrast in with the wedding dress against the weeping willow in the background.

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Wedding photography in Essex: Dreamy wedding couple

April 9th, 2016

For this wedding photography shot I wanted the feeling of intimacy and closeness, so by deliberately bringing the wedding couple close for a cuddle, and then by using various layers and a  dreamy vignette in photoshop it pulls the frame in closer, which gives the final appearance of intimacy.

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Essex wedding photography of the day: lovers lane

November 10th, 2015

0822This wedding photography picture is the classic walking away wedding shot, sometimes in wedding photography it is more powerful to not see the subjects face as it adds mystery and intrigue, I used an old sepia filter from way back in 1930.

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Essex wedding photography of the day: That magic moment

May 4th, 2015

My job as a professional wedding photographer is to always capture that magic moment. Not by luck or by chance, but everytime. By making sure I am one step ahead of the events unfolding In front of me, I can achieve this everytime.

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Essex wedding photography of the day: sepia kiss

August 8th, 2014

This wedding photography picture uses the classic out of focus technique in the background, so the initial focus is not on the most important subject, which of course is the bride & Groom, using a soft sepia vignette also softens and helps to frame the wedding couple.

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