Just a sample of some of the great photo opportunities which are available at many of the beautiful wedding venues in Suffolk and Norfolk have a look at the portfolio to see many more of my favourite images, first up an image which was taken on the main driveway of the Cornwallis / Oaksmere Hotel in Eye, the hotel has recently undergone extensive renovation works and is catering to its local customers. I am looking forward to when they start taking new wedding bookings as it has always been a favourite of mine.
Next we have Fran & Adam who got married at Wantisden Valley near Woodbridge – this image was after the meal in the early evening and was taken near the shepherds cottage, the image was lit with a portable flash which allows us to work inside or out whatever the weather is doing -it also allows great dusk effects as this was taken looking to the west towards Woodbridge, Suffolk.
One of my favourite images in recent years taken at Woodhall Manor, Woodbridge , Suffolk which is a fantastic wedding venue in the melton registrars patch, I normally photograph between 2 and 4 weddings here most years and it is one of my very favourite places to photograph an outdoor wedding ceremony. I took this photograph laying on the floor and got some funny looks from guests at the wedding, I hope you think it was worth it.
I just love this photo its just so full of colour and was taken amoungst the flowers in the park at Oulton Broad, the bride and groom are actually on a path working as the main wedding photographer I get the opportunity to choose where and how the images get created.
The opportunity for a photo like this happens for only 2 weeks a year, Dawn and Jamie got married at the Bull Hotel in Long Melford in West Suffolk – When you know the area you learn where to get the better image- they were a great fun couple and even climbed a tree over a river for a very different wedding photo.
Professional wedding photography has many challenges, but you also need some luck on occasions, I caught these three bridesmaids looking out of the window at Butley Priory and they didn’t ever know I was there, I went to try and get them from outside as well but they had moved on with much excitement being had on the wedding day.
If the handful of images have made you think, then please take the time to view the larger portfolio on this website, images from many weddings that I enjoy, there are also some complete wedding albums from our preferred venues to see what you could get from your wedding photography.