On Saturday 3rd September 2016 I got to be a part of Andy and Liz's Wedding Day.
It was amazing to be a part of from start to finish.. After 10 years of being together they finally tied the knot, and it was amazing to witness. I always love and find it so easy to photograph a couple who are just so naturally at ease with each other. They didn't stop smiling from start to finish.
The ceremony took place in their local beautiful Church in Chertsey (Surrey), and then for the Reception they had an amazing marquee which looked incredible!
(Churches are always a challenge when it comes to Wedding Photography because of all the rules and restrictions that they have in place, but it's always a new experience and learning curve to deal with. I find the best thing to do if you are unable to use flash within the Church is to boost the ISO levels up as high as you can to lighten the image with the widest aperture you can have as well. This way you're able to let as much light as possible into the image. You just need to be aware that by walking the ISO levels up this can cause a lot of grain within the image as well.)
The marquee was decorated beautifully throughout, and then attention to detail was superb. It was a photographers dream with beautiful handmade thank you's and favours on the table, beautiful flowers on every table and with everyone laughing and smiling it was an amazing opportunity to capture everyone enjoying themselves so much!
I'd like to thank Andy and Liz for letting me be a part of such an incredible day, it was a real honour to have been chosen to capture such a beautiful wedding.