Wedding Photographer Sussex
Winter Wedding Photographer in Sussex Debbie and Ben
As a wedding photographer i have to be able to produce high quality images in all sorts of situations. Winter weddings throw up all sorts of challenges and can be much more demanding than shooting summer celebrations.Not really for the inexperienced, they really sort out the men from the boys when it comes to coping with the lack of light, cold, wet, and carrying out most of the photography inside. Over the years i have covered many winter weddings and the experience i have gained is invaluable.
Ben and Debbie were married at the lovely old church at Chidham near Chichester on a damp, grey day. I was booked on recommendation of friends and Ben’s sister, Chloe.
My coverage included a drive up to Farnham in Surrey for the bridal preparations before racing back down the A3M to photograph Ben in the local pub and then moving onto the church. Debbie arrived in a stunning red classic Jaguar and after the ceremony Ben drove them to Cobnor for a few pictures by the water at dusk.
Then it was back to Ben’s parents’ amazing home for the reception. The whole of the back garden became a beautiful and elegant reception venue, as a series of marquees were dressed to create a Christmas wonder land.
At the house i took the remaining family shots before going back into stealth mode, capturing the party atmosphere before the wedding breakfast.
The speeches were possibly the best i had heard for a long long time. They were extremely entertaining and the delivery superb.
Late into the evening Debbie and Ben cut their wedding cake before venturing onto the floor for the first dance.
Here are a few moments from a wonderful winter wedding day.
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Wedding Photographer Devon East Sussex Wedding Photographer Peter Prior has developed an international reputation for an exciting and unobtrusive approach to covering the wedding day.
Peter shoots a blend of contemporary, reportage, documentary and fine art wedding photography, and his work has been described as having a "certain timeless elegance".