It's the summer the UK mainland is drenched in sun and the world looks AMAZING. Why not have an outdoor family portrait in your back garden? Local park? or a community centre?
These guys did, and because the little man had a super suit to put on we did something pretty special:
We'll get tons of different shots, I'll send you them all to look at and you can choose as many as you like to have, and a few to be edited all for just £100. If we can squeeze some other interesting stuff in too we definitely will!
July's wedding of the month is Kim and Alex who held their day at The Moat house in Acton Trussel, Staffordshire. This month I wanted to focus on candids!
Documentary, reportage, journalistic wedding photography, whatever you want to call it - it's a standard practice here at Briscoe photography. I'll take hundreds of candid shots at a wedding and if their two of us we'll take thousands! In between all the setups, hiding in corners trying to be as covert as possible to create interesting, natural wedding photography.
Kim and Alex's day wasn't the absolute ideal day for documentary style photography. It was a very challenging environment with a low lit church and the weather not giving anything away as to what it was going to do. Conditions have never been a problem for me at weddings because I use high quality - highly sensitive equipment which allows me to pick up great images in darker than usual places.
Another great example of my candids can be found here, at Andrew and Nicole's wedding where I compiled all of my candids into a full film reel showing every image I took that day! It made for a really interesting version of the day. I may even create another one of these soon!
For now, check out the highlights from Alex and Kim's wedding :)