I was fortunate enough to shoot a lavish wedding ceremony in Farnham, England. Although I generally shoot across Yorkshire (Sheffield, Barnsley, Leeds etc.) this was my first wedding around London.
Photo description: The bride is Armenian and the groom Pakistani. He's donning a traditional royal blue Pakistani jacket. She's wearing a simple yet elegant white wedding dress.
Her hair is long and dark. She's hugged from behind by her husband. Her eyes are closed and her head is turned towards him, as he kisses her in her hair.
The background is of a beautiful high-end statley home. The wedding venue has vines and ivy crawling up it's beige walls.
This shot is of Beau and Sam, a beautiful couple, taken during a wedding reception at the Dam House in Sheffield.
Photo description: The groom kisses his bride - and wife - on the forehead above her eye as she smiles. They are framed by two qurky-shaped tree trunks winding up either side of the them. The pair are also surrounded by green and bronze leaves in the summer sun. A ray of light pierces through the foliage towards the top of the frame.
He's wearing a weskert, she is wearing a white wedding dress.
This bridesmaid is one of the sisters of a bride in Sheffield.
Ryan captures her seated and smiling as another girl braids her hair to match the style of her sisters - also bridesmaids on the day!
Wedding photography taken with a 35mm lens!
A Sheffield bride picks up and hugs her son as she anticipates her wedding ceremony. Her son stares in to the camera as she snuggles him.
An almost Godly light shines through a wedding dress that's hung up against a window. A butterfly is perched on the hanger.
Contemporary fine art tones in this photography
An Armenian bride is wearing a Japanese kimono as she applies mascara in the mirror on her wedding day. There's two fields of bokeh, both in front and behind the subject!
A couple kiss in front of a tree filled natural setting after their wedding ceremony in Barnsley. If you're looking for a photographer for your big day please get in touch: