Autumn + winter wedding photography

The first rule of winter wedding photography: don’t be afraid of the dark.

The second rule of winter wedding photography: did we mention it’s going to get dark? If you’re looking at pictures of other people’s weddings, be prepared for the sun not to be doing exactly the same thing if you’re getting married in the depths of December and their wedding was a midsummer night’s dream.

Ask your photographer for scheduling advice if you’d like at least some of your pictures in daylight (planning for portraits before the ceremony is one strategy, and shooting a first look is always fun.)Or, embrace the darkness: we’ll research the timings, venues and lighting options for shooting after the sun goes down.

Either way, don’t worry about it!

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Currently in…

RACHEL: LONDON
CHRISTOPHER: LONDON

Currently booking…

2020 + 2021 wedding + family shoots

Shoreditch wedding photographer | September Pictures

Travel plans

  • March 2020: Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Joshua Tree + London
  • April 2020: Marrakech + Essaouira
  • May 2020: London
  • June 2020: Paris + Sicily
  • July 2020: London
  • August 2020: London
  • September 2020: Wiltshire
  • October: 2020: London
  • November 2020: Bath
  • December 2021: London
  • February 2021: London
  • March 2021: Los Angeles + Palm Springs
Griffith Observatory engagement photos | Los Angeles portrait shoot