Winter weddings aren’t all about shooting in freezing weather and snow. Here’s a wedding shot in the glorious winter sun and how I made the best use of this dramatic lighting.
While wedding photography in winter requires a different mind to summer weddings, it’s still a wonderful and unique time to arrange a wedding celebration.
Here are my 5 top tips as a winter wedding photographer.
You’d expect a winter wedding to be cold and damp, with poor lighting. But not this Mottram Hall wedding celebration. On one of the warmest winter’s day Rebecca and Ryan tied the knot at Mottram Hall.
It was a joy to be involved in this Anglo-Serbian winter wedding celebration at The Forest of Arden. There was so much energy from start to finish, which was characterised by drinking 1981 vintage plum brandy with plenty of dancing.
As a Pendrell Hall wedding photographer recommended by the venue, winter weddings with the fading light didn’t worry me. Read how I tackled another wedding in my usual documentary manner with minimum fuss for everyone.
A fun relaxed, and also emotional winter wedding at Stanbrook Abbey for Charlotte and Ted. This was the first time and hopefully not the last to visit this lovely venue.
Winter weddings have their challenges. See how documentary wedding photographer documents a Wishaw Country Sports barn wedding reception held in December.