Category Archives: Favourite Wedding Moments

Favourite Wedding Moments | The Life and Soul

One of the main reasons for commissioning a professional wedding photographer is of course to provide images that will be their most valuable many years after the wedding when your own personal recollections are fading a bit, the details become a bit hazy and your memories of the day start to lose their clarity and…

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  • LeighMay 17, 2016 - 12:52 pm

    Simon, thank you for these beautiful images on your lovely blog page! We can’t wait to receive our official wedding photographs when they are ready. Leigh & DaveReplyCancel

  • simonkempadminMay 17, 2016 - 1:09 pm

    Thanks for your kind words Leigh and Dave. It was a lovely day wasn’t it? Speak to you soon, Simon.ReplyCancel

Favourite Wedding Moments | Seconds before the Ceremony

It’s not uncommon long after the wedding to forget bits of the day. Not usually, as can happen, due to excess consumption of alcohol :) but to the anticipation, the nerves, just the whole intensity of the ceremony. It’s a different story once the celebrations have started but the actual wedding itself can for some…

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Favourite Wedding Moments | The Boys

One thing that I like about documentary wedding photography is that it freezes things in a time and a place. For example, a lot of people agree that no matter what you wear to a wedding, how you style your hair, whatever accessories you choose – the time will come (sooner or later) when your…

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Favourite Wedding Moments | Slightly Awkward

Photography has a unique property of freezing a moment forever. Unlike watching video footage which lays things out for you in a linear fashion and guides you along a path, a photographic moment allows your brain to immediately react to the image and create it’s own interpretation. If you love it or hate it, find…

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Favourite Wedding Moments | A few seconds of calm

As a documentary wedding photographer, I approach the wedding day primarily from a journalistic point of view and my aim is to create wedding photographs that tell the viewer something about the relationship between people at the wedding. Obviously there’s a lot to tell about the relationship between the bride and groom and often I…

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Favourite Wedding Moments | A little slice of time

I popped into my studio this morning for a clean and tidy before the busy coming week and tidying up behind the shelves that hold my wedding albums, I came across a hand made print that had fallen down behind the furniture. It was a little bent and quite dusty so I thought I would…

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Favourite Wedding Moments | The First Look

The First Look is a tradition in the USA that hasn’t really taken off here in the UK. As I understand it, in the States, it’s common for the bride and groom to meet before the ceremony and this moment is a ‘must have’ for wedding photographers on the other side of the pond. Here…

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Favourite Wedding Moments | The Newlyweds

There is so much planning and preparation that go into an average wedding that it makes it difficult to think very much about what your life will be like 40 or 50 years after the wedding. I understand that the average age of brides and grooms here in the UK is 28-32, about a decade…

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Favourite Wedding Moments | The Friends

One day, twenty or thirty years after the wedding, you’ll be sat with your other half and you might be chatting about old friends and one of you will turn to the other and say “I wonder what happened to so and so?”. The only constant in life of course is change. Time seems to…

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