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Category Archives: Weddings

Wedding decorations – interview with Wedding Dressings

Being a wedding photographer, I’m in awe of how everything comes together to create a wonderful day for all wedding couples. There are the dressmakers, the caterers, the venue, the decorators, the transportation, the hair and make-up artists, the vicars, the registrars, the photographers, the videographers, the bands, the DJs, the florists – have I […]

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Sussex Wedding Photographer – Ross and Fiona’s wedding on the Bluebell Railway

Have you ever been at a wedding on a train? I hadn’t until this wonderful wedding of Ross and Fiona at the Bluebell Railway. It all started at Horsted Keynes Station… Bluebell Railway run two steam trains on this line, and Horsted Keynes is a beautiful station that has been restored under a 1930s theme, […]

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How to choose the best wedding photographer for you

How to choose your wedding photographer? Everyone and their dog is a photographer these days (my dog is more of a videographer, but I’m sure he could take some stills, too, if he wanted). But is every ‘photographer’ or someone with a ‘nice camera’ a perfectly fine candidate to be your wedding photographer? Well, that […]

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Sussex Wedding Photographer – Wedding Fair Slideshow

Just finished making a slideshow for tomorrow’s wedding fair at Pelham House in Lewes. Thought I’d test WordPress’ slideshow capabilities… So here is a slightly random selection of some of my wedding photography that I will be showing tomorrow on a screen at the wedding fair… hope you enjoy! And if you are about tomorrow, come […]

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Brighton Wedding Photographer – Royal Pavilion Wedding

Brighton Wedding Photography Here is one of the first ever weddings I photographed on my own back in 2010. It was the beautiful and fun wedding of Josh and Lucy at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton. The ceremony was in The Red Drawing Room, a stunning little room for about 50 people. An intimate, warm atmosphere for the […]

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