An image a day

Day 160

guests dancing at a wedding

We stay after the first dance to capture images of the atmosphere and the dancing. The guests are enjoying the party, which apparently went on until 3am...

Day 159

young usher playing on a space hopper at a wedding

This young usher (the grooms son) was playing on a space hopper at a wedding. I took a series of images to get this one where he was mid-air.

Day 158

child opening his goodie bag at a wedding

A boy look thrilled with the contents of his gift bag. Photographed at Steventon House Hotel in Oxfordshire.

Day 157

cutting the wedding cake at Wasing Park

Cutting the cake at Wasing Park. Using the mirror allowed me to capture their reflections adding a bit of interest to the image.

Day 156

groom being picked up by his ushers

The impromptu moment when the ushers decided to pick up the groom! Captured at Queens Eyot in Berkshire.

Day 155

bride being laced into her dress

The beautiful bride is being laced into her wedding dress. Photographed at Aldermaston Manor.

Day 154

wedding speeches at Highfield Park

I love the speeches, where I get to find out a bit more about the couple. The best man has a cheeky grin on his face while the groom looks like he might kill him. Thankfully the bride is just laughing it off. I wish I could remember what he said but it makes for a good photo.

Day 153

bride and grooms first dance in front of Mr and Mrs sign

The bride, Penny, did an amazing job of transforming a village hall. The focal point was the 20ft lit up sign of their new married names - Mr and Mrs Fryer. It was a stunning backdrop to their first dance.

Day 152

children dresssed up in a photo booth

Another image from a recent wedding, the children were dressing up to have their photos taken in a photo booth. I love the bright colours and their expressions in this photograph.

Day 151

children playing at a wedding

This image was taken outside the registry office, the children were playing piggy back. I used a 105mm lens to focus on the faces and their expressions, throwing the busy background out of focus.