Dorset Wedding Photographer – The year that the world didn’t end – we will call it 2012
Wowsers! What a year! I was lucky enough to photograph many Dorset weddings, several Hampshire weddings including a wedding where I had 2 hours notice because the original photographer was unable to attend. I also did some wedding videography. Second shooting I did a lot of this year including up in Devon with Matt Fryer. In Dorset with Tim Churchill and Alex Beckett and also probably some others I’ve forgotten about. I have been given bacon sandwiches on more than one occasion. I’ve enjoyed a few Hog-Roasts, not at the Jewish weddings though. Shot lots of wedding rings in lots of different locations from the beach to trees and on flying ladies of a Rolls Royce. Black wedding rings, silver wedding rings and gold wedding rings, no partridge in a pear tree though.
I’ve photographed English weddings, Chinese Weddings, Hindu Weddings, Humanist Weddings, Sikh Weddings, Indian Weddings, Asian Weddings and also Jewish weddings. One thing I’ve noticed is that everyone is very much in love. Love is the universal language it seems and long may it continue.
I’ve had blazing sunshine at my weddings, heavy rain, gales. I’ve had lots of lights at weddings, and also very dark weddings. I’ve had beautiful Spring weddings, gorgeous summer weddings and awesome autumnal weddings. Finishing with magical winter weddings.
You can see I’ve photographed weddings in pretty much every sort of environment. Hot or Cold, bright or dark, raining, snowing or sunny I enjoy photographing weddings whatever the weather.
I’d like to say thank-you to all the couples who booked me to photograph their wedding in 2012 and also to all the couples who’ve booked me for 2013 and 2014. I’m looking forward to another fabulous and exciting year!
If you’re thinking of getting married in Dorset or anywhere in the world then please get in touch via my wedding photography contact form and let me discuss your wedding with you.
Here’s some images from the year where there was a distinct lack of Apocalypses.