The second part of our family holiday was in Congleton, Cheshire. We did a few things, but mainly it was Mark and Marianne’s wedding so here lots of lovely wedding photos mixed with a trip to a farm (as you do), and some pictures of the wedding flowers before-hand because I was asked to record them before the big day.
It also includes my favorite ever picture of Bobbie:
As always click for more info and stay tuned for more photos.
Hi, this is another blog post regarding another friends wedding. This time the lovely Matt and Emma, on one photo I had do a VERY clever photoshot thing used in gloss mags! What happens is you copy peoples eyes so they are looking the right way, your task is to comment on which photo I have played with.
I was playing drums for the worship band so didn’t get any great mid-wedding photos but I feel i got some nice ones in there, any friends or family reading this feel free to right click and ‘save as’ any images you like, I’m free and easy that way.
Things to note:
Lighting in the reception venue was hard to work with without me having a nice big flash to play with, also movement and dark conditions is a hard thing to do but I think I did well, let me know your thoughts.
This was a great wedding and number 2 of the season, a great friend of mine and someone who introduced me to Jesus marring a girl who is one of the nicest people ever. This was match made in heaven.
The reason for the lack of actual photos during the wedding is due to the fact I was behind the drums playing in the worship band, and it was one of those situations where God really worked through us and enabled us to play quite well despite some prevailing circumstances.
Anyway enough about how ace the couple, the day and God was, here are some photos. Some feature some special effects but most are as they were taken with a few little touches. If you want to keep any just right click and click save as – I don’t mind and they are all loaded as full size images…enjoy.
So here we go with the first wedding of the season, that of Mrs G’s and now my friends; Clare and Mark. It was a great day and I hope the images reflect that, I do find it hard to catch moment so I lot of these images have either very slow or very fast shutter speeds to enable me to catch that spark we all see at weddings.