Wedding Photography West Field Farm Sherburn Malton
Wedding of Andrew and Charlotte
I just love an outside wedding when the sun is shining, everyone is outside enjoying themselves and you can freely get the drone up to provide photos from near and far, low and high. Really extends the coverage when you throw in straw bales and ploughed fields. I just love taking photos and I don’t hold back.
I am not someone that says I will provide a fixed amount because every wedding is different. Some couples its about quantity, others its about quality. That’s certainly what Charlotte and Andrew focussed on. I think I speak for every dedicated wedding photographer that just loves a happy boisterous wedding where there are photo opportunities everywhere and you don’t know what to photograph next. Add in a location that that has corn fields, hidden gardens and green pastures and you are really spoilt for choice. It then just comes down to how much time have you got and how much time are they going to give you before they are itching to get back to their guests.
I love photographing weddings as each wedding is different. Part of the wedding photographers job is not only to constantly be looking for the best light, avoid glaring sun and organising the groups but it’s also about anticipating moments. Holding that camera to your eye for what seems an eternity and trying to be in the best position possible to that capture warm embrace, soft kiss or loving look. It’s one of the few occasions where you think your arm is about to drop off and you curse that just as soon as you lower the camera thinking it’s never going to happen that it happens. A photographers nightmare. Yes, you always remember the moments you capture, but kick yourself over the moments that you think you have missed. Thankfully, I don’t think many were missed here including all the locations gifts for a stunning portfolio of images that I am sure they will treasure forever.