Wedding photographers take thousands of photos a year, so choosing just a few favourites for a wedding portfolio is never easy. Although a photo says a thousand words, I felt it necessary to put a few comments beneath some select images, including words from the wedding couples themselves.
A portfolio overview really is just that, to show some highlights from the year. Please take the time also to look around my website at individual weddings, either on the blog, or by searching for your specific wedding venue. A complete wedding day is about more than just a half dozen great photos, it’s about producing consistently high levels of photography, which is a skill I have gained over the years as a wedding photographer. Variety plays a key part in this too, ensuring you have fresh images compared to a previous weddings at the same venue.
A wedding photographer portfolio from 2011
Some photos have a link to the couples wedding blog post too, so if you fancy seeing more from these, click on it to take a detailed look.
Taken at the fabulous Barnsley House, check out their full wedding blog post.
A candle lit atmosphere for a winter wedding at Bibury Court
Want to see more of this winter wedding at Clearell Castle, then check out their wedding blog post?
Cheeky! An amazing day for a beautiful wedding at Manor House Hotel.
If you’re after a purple colour scheme for your wedding then have a look at Morgan & Briony’s Kingscote Barn wedding photos.
As a wedding photographer you hope to take photos that mean something to people long after the moment it happened. This was what Liz said about the above photo:
” Simon’s Grandma is a special lady and this photo captures her reaction to our ‘impromptu’ receiving line, which occurred immediately after the wedding ceremony. I love the way Matt has shown their reactions to us, from our point of view”
It’s not Kylie Minogue (who I think she looks like in this photo), but in fact Clare, who married Pete at Friars Court in Oxfordshire.
Delicious autumnal light for the wedding of Russell and Grace at Manor House Hotel, Moreton-In-Marsh.
Need ideas for a winter wedding at Kingscote Barn. Then have a peep at Ben & Emma’s wedding.
Could there be a more infectious smile?
Raining at a wedding? That wasn’t in the script!
Meet Lucy, she got married at Clearwell Castle and was very excited to arrive…..by vintage wedding car.
Possibly the best wedding of 2011. Colin & Kimberley got married at Cripps Stone Barn and had the most fun you can ever imagine. To top it off, the day ended with this fantastic sky, making it a memorable wedding.
I like to take natural photos where possible, and this is what Liz had to say about this photo.
“When we have watched our DVD back it is amazing to see the way Matt moved to take different photos from so many different angles. This photo shows a special moment between us after we have just got married, whilst the registers were being signed. Again, it was not posed and we were simply enjoying the day. Matt’s photo illustrates how we just ‘enjoyed the day’ and let him ‘shoot’ away! “
Not your usual wedding weather – snow.
September must be the best month for a wedding. The light is amazing, the temperature perfect and with Birtsmorton Court wedding photos like these it’s hard not to want to relive the day.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this mixed variety of photos. Although principally a documentary wedding photographer, I still like to capture wedding details, creative couple portraits and of course the obligatory group shots to add to your wedding day collection.
If you’d like to chat about your wedding day, please contact me through my website, or give me a call on 01242 2230082. I look forward to hearing from you.