documentary style photography
When I'm photographing a wedding I'm always looking around to see people's reactions. I love this photo of Ida's mum watching her daughter during the ceremony. A simple deptiction of love.
I love dance floor photos. I've written before about how it jives with my instincts as a performance photographer.
One of the reasons I dig the dancefloor is that it is democratic, everyone can get down. These ladies can tear it up with the best of them.
I'm a sucker for old cars and so was delighted when Michelle and Patrick's friends turned up in shiny and very blue Mustang. It was an excuse for all of us to live out some Tarantino / Bonnie + Clyde fantasies. Friends who know you well enough to give you awesome presents like this are worth their weight in gold.
I talk a lot about how documentary wedding photography is all about recording the subtle moments that make up a day, and this why I like this image so much.
Photos of your wedding are likely to become more important to you as time goes on and the people in the images grow older. These memories are a time machine that takes you back to that day and remind you of the youth and beauty of those you love.
Later on that day, after the dress had been done up and on the way to the ceremony.
Kids at weddings are a blast. You can always rely on children to lead the assault on the dance floor.Not only is this guy breaking like a champion but his moves have attracted some female attention. Good job son.
When you arrive at the Bodleian Library you have to walk across a Quad to get to the Convocation House. These tourists seemed to take the bride's arrival in their stride.
Who parties harder, the bridesmaids or the groomsmen? 1-0 to the bridesmaids.