Recently I was lucky to photograph a wedding in rural Suffolk. I am only too aware of how lucky I am to have such a wonderful country to work in when it comes to wedding photography.
An important charateristic of my wedding photography coverage is to take the Bride and Groom off for 30 to 45 minutes away from the wedding party and get some intimate and loving photographs. No distraction. The couple can relax away from outside input and be themselves. The images are always stunning.
I took Lee and Claire to a lovely field of fresh barley in the Hintelsham Hall area. I love the colours and the angle.
These moments are special to them and nobody will have seen these images until they are released, something for the couple to hold back until they are ready.
It was a lovely country wedding set in a wonderful part of England. However, I should point out that this idea is not something that should be done on the spur of the moment - it needs to be planned, tested and visited some days before. Too soon and you will not be able to interpretate the landscape. Too long and things change. Also the photographer needs to be spot-on with the weather, what do you do if it rains?
Just to prove that the wedding was not all in a field of barley.
A lovely rural country wedding in Suffolk.